How to Make a Good Impression with Suzz

Suzz here back to share some basic tips and tricks on how to make a good impression while stamping. I spent some time filming a video covering a variety of topics for basic stamping. The video is a little long but you can feel free to jump ahead. I have bundled up much of my learning along the way from many different people into a video covering inking up stamps, re-inking and positioning your stamps.


I used a few different stamps to highlight the tips and techniques. I started with techniques showing you a few different ways to stamp a larger stamp and what works and doesn’t work as well. I used Hero Arts – Antique Flower Background, Hero Arts – OWH What a Guy!, Ranger Archival Inks – Black, Ranger Archival Ink – Aquamarine, Stampers Anonymous – Wild West, Hero Arts – Collage Friends, Memory Box Butterfly Darla Die, (The Chloe Die is the overlay for this die) Hero Arts Forever Cling Set, Hero Arts Dauber Bunch


Then I showed how to use the technique with a die cut image:


I showed up to stamp the bear and position the sentiment and how to fix the uneven stamping of the solid image:


A finished tag from the various bits and pieces I created during the taping of my video!


Hopefully some of the tips and techniques I shared will help you make a good impression.



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  1. I never knew you could stamp from underneath! That is just one new thing I learned from your video, Suzz. I also love the Antique Flowers stamp! Now I will be more likely to stamp.

  2. thanks for sharing your tips Suzanne…..unfortunately I couldn’t watch the video…my puter hasn’t been acting very nice lately…but I did love your projects that you shown…

    Nancy T.

  3. Great stamping tips Suzz, very valuable when starting to stamp. Great projects too. Tracy x x x

  4. Such great information, Suzz! You are so talented at all the techniques you use and this was especially helpful. Thanks for taking the time to do such an amazing job on this video!

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