I created a quick tutorial on how to create a personalized stamp with JustRite products for this weeks Product Review on SCS. As a sample, I created a tag for my Christmas cookies.

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And of course, I did have to bake those cookies. I usually NEVER bake those cookies before the beginning of December. They are crack cookies. I have no control over myself whatsoever. The kids were happy, my scale wasn’t so much! LOL

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The assembled stamp was stamped in Chocolate Chip craft ink on Shimmery Cream cardstock as well as Ruby Red cardstock and embossed with clear embossing powder. I cut it with Circle Nestabilities, sponged the edges and layered them on top of each other. I added Stardust Stickles to the snowflake and topped it of with Kaiser Rhinestones. The ribbon is May Arts Silk Ribbon.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

12 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Creating a personalized Stamp with JustRite products”

  1. Oh wow! This is just so wonderful, Beate!! I have never seen these stamps in action…very clever they are…love how they can be personalized!! Now I really gotta get me some! :)

  2. Oh WOW, this is a great post & you have the most gorgeous site here. I had to stop by to leave this comment for you – and to say hello of course ! Your posts are creative and original and you have interesting pictures. It’s all perfect ! Thank you for sharing your site and best wishes….

  3. Oh dies ist ja hübsch geworden. Und das Gebäck sieht auch lecker aus. Mein Kuchen ist mir heute leider verbrannt. :-(

  4. So beautiful Beate!! and great timing ;)!!

  5. OMG this is yummy!!! Wow!!

  6. I have always wondered how the Just Rite stamps worked. Great video. I will have to invest in some of them. Thanks for enlightening us.

  7. When I went to get the cookie recipe OMG it was gone. May we have it again? Gotta get back and watch your JR toot. thanks for everything have been enjoying your blog for about two years

  8. These look terrific Beate! Cookies as crack…ha! My grandma who was Danish made these when I was a little girl and I was always curious how they were made. Thanks for the meat grinder idea…of course, I think I might buy the attachment for my Kitchen Aid and try your recipe out too (and then blame you when I eat the whole batch!). Have a good Sunday!

  9. Lovely! I’ve never heard of these cookies, but they sound yummy!

  10. Just beautiful Beate and I LOVE the video! It’s wonderful! :)

  11. Yummy cookies, and your bag is perfect!! I love your JustRite distressed tag with the pretty sparkle!!

  12. Oh ist das schön *schwärm*

    Herzliche Grüße
    von Anke

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