Stamping Tips for Bonanza Buddies!!!

No one likes to get frustrated while stamping so today I’m sharing some stamping tips for Bonanza Buddies Stamp Set. Stamping should be all about fun and even therapy. Heck, stamping is therapeutic for me for sure! Let me know in the comments below if you enjoy stamping therapy!

Stamping Tips for Bonanza Buddies,

I have been loving the Bonanza Buddies Stamp Set and playing with it a lot. Stay tuned because I will be sharing them on here! As I have been playing, I have come across a few tips that I would like to share!

The Stampin’ Pierce Mat has been my best friend recently. This mat makes stamping solid images or large images and getting a crisp nice stamped look. It may frustrate you or you may not even notice. When stamping an image and the color isn’t nice and solid but rather has white splotches on it….that’s when you need this handy dandy tool! For just $5, it’s amazing!!!

Another big tip is that while normally I stamp and then die cut, sometimes that’s not always the way to go. When I stamped the balloons in this set and then die cut them, it moved and my balloon was off. I die cut a white scrap and stamped it and NAILED IT! Now that doesn’t happen every time but I was impressed with myself. Also, remember that every piece of paper has 2 sides so you get a second chance! 🙂 Thank you paper! Another way to keep your die from moving on your cardstock while cranking it through is to use a post-it not to hold it in place!

Check out all of the stamping tips for the Bonanza Buddies Stamp Set in the video below or click here! Be sure to give the video a thumbs up if you liked it and don’t forget to subscribe if you are new. If you would like a notification when I post a new video, be sure to click the bell right next to the subscribe!!!

Happy Stampin’


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2 thoughts on “Stamping Tips for Bonanza Buddies!!!

  1. I love my paper therapy time; Though I tend to do things only as I need them. Trying to get things done in sets.
    I don’t always have post it notes available; but I do have washi tape. That works well for me when putting the die through my Cuttlebug.

    Now if I could only get more time and no distractions. Think I need a she shed.

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