April 28

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Lynn Betts

What state do you live in?


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  • Maybe, I will post what the 12x12 sheet looks like when I am done stamping on it? Would you like to see that? Please let me know if you have any other questions. I had everything out for them to see at my camp. The template (they also got one), the 12x12 sheet once I finished stamping it. They made their cover wrap around medallion and their envelopes. I had already stamped the 12x12 since that would take too long to cut up. :-)
  • ran out of room! Let me continue. Hee!
    You take your medallion stamp and stamp right on top of the ink drops on the baby wipe. Then stamp on top of your white card stock with your medallion stamp. Go back to the baby wipe, stamp it again, go to the card stock and stamp it slightly overlapping the other one. You don't want white space between them.
  • Hey there! The only instructions that I gave my stamp campers was the template on the measurements of the one sheet wonder cut-outs. I wanted them to see the dimensions and how it laid out on the 12x12 sheet.
    Basically, when you take the baby wipe and drop ink on top, you are making your own ink pad. Once you have the amount you need to cover the whole medallion stamp you can start stamping. So, you are looking at your baby wipe and it has a big circle of ink drops. They don't have to be touching. Then, you take your medallion stamp and stamp right
  • Hi Lynn,
    I am very bad about keeping directions an anything that I design. I start with copy paper and design what I want then make with good paper. Sometimes it comes out on the first try and sometimes it takes a few trys. My mom needed something to give at a doll convention and this is one of the items that I came up with. Thanks for looking
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