2-Minute Tuesday Tip Video – Trimming Around a Rubber Stamp

Thank you all for your sweet comments yesterday about my technology issues.  After the fear of seeing the dreaded “white screen of death”, I thought the worst but was FINALLY able to breath life back into my computer.  Wahoo!  I am so happy to back and just in time for today’s 2-Minute Tuesday Tip video!2-Minute Tuesday Tips by Connie Stewart - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com Has this happened to you?  You’re stamping away, making beautiful hand-made works of art and then, disaster hits.  As you’re stamping, you get the dreaded “edge” mark. You know that mark. That mark where the ink hit the outer edge of the stamp itself? Well, today’s video tip is how to trim that excess rubber off your stamps to help you avoid that mark.

BE CAREFUL NOT TO CUT INTO THE STAMP IMAGE! Stampin’ Up will not replace stamps that were damaged using this trimming method so please, please, please… pay close attention to your cutting.  I want no damaged stamps in the trimming process.  I love you guys too much to let that happen to you.

Let’s get going with today’s video tip…

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4 Responses to “2-Minute Tuesday Tip Video – Trimming Around a Rubber Stamp”

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  1. Connie Turner says:

    I did this the other day, I cut the nativity away from the trees. Unfortunately I think my glasses were on wrong as I also cut part of the stable. Oh well, creative opportunity, I put a star there to cover the missing part….

    • Connie says:

      Oh no!!! My biggest fear when I trim my stamps is cutting into the stamped image. I’ve only done it once but once was enough for me.

  2. Maria Rodriguez. says:

    I also struggle with the edges of the stamps, I really get ticked when I have a perfectly stamped image but there is that horrid line, ughhh!!
    Thank you for this tip, Connie.
    Happy Wednesday!!! 🙂

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