Monday, January 28, 2013

Evalicious Stamps + Video Tutorial

I love to stamp. There’s just something about inking up a stamp and pressing it down to paper that I really enjoy. When I found out that I made the Evalicious Design Team, I was so excited that I get to work with the awesome stamps!

Evalicious stamps are deeply etched red rubber stamps. They come with cling mount so you can use the stamps with your acrylic blocks. I love wood-mounted rubber stamps for their crisp impression, but they take a lot of room to store. I love clear stamps because they are easy to store. The Evalicious cling mounted rubber stamps are the perfect combination of BOTH! Many of the Evalicious stamps are PERFECT for Project Life, so I will be using them a lot in my album. :)

Here I stuck my unmounted red rubber stamps onto the sticky cling mount foam sheets and trimmed them. Unless you purchase full sheets from Evalicious, your order will come pre-mounted and trimmed. All you would need to do is peel off the backing and stick them to your acrylic block to start stamping!

You get very crisp images when you stamp with these cling mount rubber stamps.

I have something extra cool to show you. I made custom cutting files for my Silhouette so that they match my Evalicious stamps!

I recorded a video tutorial to show you how you can do it too, with your own Evalicious stamps (or any stamps). This is on the Evalicious blog today, but you can also view it below. (Big huge thank you to my awesome husband Todd for writing and recording the bumper music for my video! He’s the BEST!)


  1. this is a great video - you make it seem so easy to do! I'm just learning about my silhouette and offsetting etc. This video helps.

    Fun music too!

  2. Wow talented husband. Sadly, I do not have a Cameo

  3. This is so amazing. I think it is even better that your husband wrote and played the music. It was great!!

  4. I am loving this set of stamps. Thanks so much for blogging and IG's about them, as I wouldn't have probably seen them without you posting about them.

    And thanks for sharing the tutorial (and taking the time to make it with your hubs). I definitely bookmarked this post to try it at home!

  5. I'm so glad you posted this video! I knew this was possible, but haven't actually tried it; seeing it makes it so much easier for me to understand and to be willing to try it! Thanks for sharing!

  6. christine, you're amazing! gotta watch this later today when the boys are napping.

  7. You are a Silhouette genius! Thanks for sharing your video. I love stamping too, one of the reasons I still make cards after going digital. :)


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