Hold on to your hats because this is a long-winded post! But, I hope you find the step-by-step pictures useful in using the stamp positioner in lining up your own stamped images on matching die/digi cuts. I should clarify that this may not be the correct way to use the positioner but it's the way I use it because it makes sense to me. :) And, even though there are a ton of steps, once you have the steps down, it really doesn't take too long to make a bunch of these so don't be intimidated. Jump in and have fun!
A Muse Studio came out with digi die cut options this Fall for electronic die cutting machines. I have the Silhouette Cameo which is great. So, I purchased the silent night cutting file and found that I could cut 7 silent night parts out of one sheet of cardstock. I maybe could have fit one more on but didn't want to take the time to maneuver and manipulate and think that hard. *wink*
Take the plastic sheet from the stamp positioner set and stamp the image on it using the stamp positioner. (oops - the sheet and the block should be lined up on the left (right side of the positioner). They were for the stamping but not the photo taking...oops!). And, my real-life work paper made some of the shots too. It's messy but shows that it's used well and often. :)
Take the stamp positioner and without moving the plastic sheet, line it up to the lower left corner.
Carefully remove the plastic sheet taking care not to remove the stamp positioner or the digi cut.
Cardstock: vanilla, silver star, silver shimmer
Stamp set: Silent Night
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Versamark
Digi Cut File: Silent Night
Other: quickie glue pen, copics, diamond glitter, silver stretch cord, silver embossing powder, 3D Foam
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. I'd love your feedback as there's always room for improvement. I also hope you enjoy this card that brings to mind simpler times.
Have a wonderfully creative day!