Friday, February 4, 2011

2/4 Make Your Big Shot Dies More User Friendly!


This Stamping to Share video will teach you how to make your Stampin' Up! Big Shot dies more user friendly. It's a tip I learned from fellow demonstrator, Michelle Lembcke, at a leadership event this past fall. I can't tell you how convenient this tip turned out to be. No more measuring, re-measuring and then measuring again the next time I get the die out and customer "oops ups" are way down. It's a good thing!! I hope you like it!

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Kay Kalthoff is a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Lino Lakes, Minnesota stamping, caring and sharing with customers and demonstrators locally and nationally!

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25 comments:

Jeanette said...

This is a fabulous idea. I am going to need to find some sticker paper. Thank you.

Dee in N.H. said...

How awesome! Thanks so much for a super idea!

Vera said...

What a great tip, Kay! Thanks for sharing this with us!

Michelle Dawn said...

Thank you thank you! This made my day! So glad to hear you found it useful. Let me know if you'd like more sticker paper.

Luvin' the Hubs said...

What a "smarty-pants" idea!!
I absolutely luv it Ü

Lorraine Castellon-Rowe said...

What a super awesome idea Kay!!! Thank you so much for the video instructions!! Gotta' check to see if I have some sticker paper otherwise it's off to the office supply store!! Gonna' share this with my downline.
Thanks again!
Lorraine Castellon-Rowe
Demonstrator in California

Marilyn Peter said...

Ohh wow!! Thank you, this is a fabulous idea!! Sticker sheet already written on my shopping list. Will definately share this idea!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Kay, awesome idea!

KellyRae said...

Kay, that is absolutely a fabulous idea. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

Gayle McC said...

Kay this is FABULOUS! I canNOT wait to go out and purchase the sticker paper and mount them on each and every one of my dies. This will be such a BIG help to my customers especially! Genius idea!!

Melannie - Craft Haven Retreats said...

What a great tip! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for passing this super idea along! I love it and will be picking up sticker paper at the office supply store tomorrow. No more cutting off parts of die cuts and adding the measurments on to the paper is inspired! TFS again.
dr.fine

Merrylion said...

WHAT A GREAT TIP. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING.

Leah said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing

Angela said...

Great idea - thanks for sharing it!

Tina said...

Kay, this is an awesaome idea, thanks so much for sharing.

Hugs, Tina

Cookie1 said...

awesome idea.... thx for sharing....

Sooz said...

I heard you say it....I saw the dies...I needed to see this video to finally remember what a fantastic idea this is. Must buy sticker paper tonight!

Sue McNeill

SherryBee said...

Hi, Kay!
You always have such great ideas!
Thanks for sharing!
I am wondering if we could use our adhesive sheets in the mini, with whisper white cardstock to do this?
I like the idea that they are 12 inches long.
Thanks!
SherryBee in AZ
beeson@frontiernet.net

Shabby Horse said...

This is wonderful! Definitely a useful thing to do. Thanks so much for sharing this tip with us!

Charlene H. said...

Thanks so much for sharing. The video really helps to show what to do.

Qbee (aka Brenda) said...

Wow!! Thanks for making a video to share this great tip. I'm super careful when I'm die cutting, but I still occasionally have cut off images. I think the sticker paper will solve that problem. Thanks so much for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing this great idea with us. I have often been frustrated from cutting a portion off whatever I was working on, now that won't happen again. I'm off to buy some of that sticker paper, thanks again.

jan c said...

great idea and video well
done... Have enjoyed several
of your films now...

NancyS (momsnack) said...

Wow! Wonderful idea! I have a whole roll of 4x6 labels that my dd gave to me to label boxes the last time I moved. I think they will work for a lot of my dies.