Giveaway: Win Stamping Secrets eBook

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I was so excited to find out Ella Publishing was creating an eBook all about stamping. I love using stamps to add depth and interest to my traditional scrapbook pages. However, up until recently, there haven’t been very many specific resources for using stamps on scrapbook pages.

This week, you have a chance to win this brand new eBook!

Giveaway Information

Stamping Secrets: 7 Sensational Stamp Sets Used 21 Ways
Ready to make the most of your favorite stamps, and learn new tips and tricks along the way? In 28 packed pages, you’ll enjoy 21 gorgeous projects, 35 expert stamping tips, 6 step-by-step written tutorials, and 20 minutes of exclusive video instruction.

Learn from stamping experts Nichol Magouirk, Ashley Cannon Newell, Lea Lawson, Nancy Burke, Robyn Werlich, Shari Carroll, and Shemaine Smith.

How to Enter

To enter this giveaway, leave a comment on this post by 11:59pm CDT on Friday, March 23 with one question you have about stamping. Responses that do not comply with this requirement will be deleted.

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  1. Alison

    Great opportunity! I love stamping but admit i don’t do it as often on my pages as i do on my cards. I’d love to change that. I’d love to see some tutorials on using the larger background stamps – i feel a bit lost about where to start with them. I have a few of the petal inks and some of the colours have come off – any ideas on how to reattach them? I love the colours and the versatility of taking a number of colours together. Finally, tips on storage are always appreciated – ie do you store letter stamps with your cardstock stamps or do you keep them separate?

  2. BL Wild

    I am going to my first stamping class tonight. I’m a little confused about stamps. Are you limited to one color per stamp or is there a way to clean the stamps and reuse them with a different color?

  3. Helen

    I would love to do more stamping in my scrapbooking, but am unsure about the different types of stamp pads available, and which ones to use, e.g. what is the best medium to use for stamping directly onto photos?

  4. Patricia Houser

    My first question here is this digital stamps or a physical stamp? I’d seen the book advertised but didn’t check to see which type of stamp. I love both types, by the way. I recently found a stamp store. I’d like to see some of the uses that aren’t just a stamp on a page so you can see I know next to nothing about the physical stamps.

  5. Nathalie

    Great giveaway… my question is about ink or inks… I am pretty confused about all the different types, like chalks, etc!

  6. Chelle

    WOW, I love stamping but I always struggle with stamping on my Layout’s and what inks to use for what purpose, not sure if that is what this could help with but any help would be awesome! This is going on my wish list regardless, thanks for the chance to win it Jenn! πŸ™‚

  7. Anne

    My question about stamping is how to prevent smudges. And how to hide or fix them when you have them.

  8. Andrea

    My question is how to stamp using white ink in black paper. I tried it several times using chalk, ink and I never get good results.

  9. Sammie

    My question: Is there is a stamp cleaner that will remove chalk ink from stamps?

  10. Melinda Wilson

    My question is regarding the clear stamps – I have a problem a lot of time with my clear cling stamps not picking up the ink very well and then the stamped image is not good. Is there a certain ink that works better or any other suggestions?

  11. Luisa Morgan

    My question is: If I want to use chalks to in an stamped image, which inkpad I should use?
    thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win.

  12. Liz Feltz

    What is the best and cleanest way to blend colors when you are stamping? Mine seem to run or bleed ..or not show the 2nd color at all. It’s getting frustrating. Thanks for all of the great ideas πŸ™‚


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