Good morning stamping friends! What an exciting day this is!! SugarPea Designs is hopping with My Sweet Petunia to showcase the amazing MISTI (The Most Incredible Stamp Tool Invented)! Wait until you see the projects the other designers have come up with using this tool! Plus, there are prizes to be won! There will be a MISTI given away, and also two $25 gift certificates to SugarPea Designs! All you need to do to be eligible is leave a comment on each of the blogs below! The winner of the MISTI will be announced on THIS page of the My Sweet Petunia blog on April 28th. The winners of the two $25 gift certificates to the SugarPea Designs store will be announced on the SugarPea Designs blog on April 28th.
I’ve got a tutorial below on how I used the MISTI to create my card, so be sure to check it out once you’re done hopping along!
Here’s how I used the amazing MISTI to create my card:
- Cut a piece of card stock measuring 3-1/4″ x 4-1/4″, and place it on the grid lines of paper that comes with the Misti as shown.
- Place one of the magnetized Creative Corners on the card stock, making sure that it is lined up with one of the grid intersections. This will allow us to stamp our first image off the edge of the card stock.
- Next close the door of the Misti, which will adhere the stamp to the inside of the opposite side, ink it up, and close it again to stamp the image.
- Once the image has been stamped, remove the magnetized Creative Corners piece and replace it with a longer, non-magnetized Creative Corners piece to continue stamping more words. Be sure to line up the Creative Corners piece with the same grid intersection. It has the same angle, so it will line up perfectly.
- Place the next word to be stamped and carefully remove the angle so that the door of the Misti can be shut.
- Continue to line up the stamps using the angles and stamp until the entire piece of card stock has been stamped.
- Another fun trick that the Misti is great for is lining up your stamps inside die cut shapes! Simply die cut the shapes as usual, then place the cut piece inside the Misti.
- Next, line up the stamps inside the die cut spaces. You could add the die cut card stock before this step, but I find it easier to line up the stamps with the black background.
- Add the die cut shapes after shutting the Misti door to secure the stamps to the opposite side for inking:
Thanks so much for stopping by!