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Published on June 15th, 2012 | by Cut@Home


Spellbinders Coordinating Stamp Sets!

Time to fess up. How many of you have been dying to try Spellbinders coordinating stamp sets, but have not considered yourselves “brave” enough to go for it? Seriously, it is MUCH easier than you think!  There is nothing brave about it as you will see in the following videos. It is simply fun! Click HERE to view all of our stamp sets that coordinate with Spellbinders.

First of all, I want to define what Spellbinders coordinating stamp sets are. No, Spellbinders has not started manufacturing stamps, but several stamp companies have teamed up with Spellbinders, so to speak,  to create stamp sets that will coordinate with their dies. Some even have their own exclusive dies manufactured by Spellbinders.

The manufacturers that we carry who have created coordinating stamp sets are: Heartfelt Creations, JustRite Stampers and Stamping Scrapping Designs.

Heartfelt Creations stamps are produced in the USA and are made with the highest quality of red rubber to ensure great stamped impressions every time. Our PreCut stamp sets are mounted on a cling foam, ready to be used on acrylic blocks. The most popular line of stamps is the newly-released series that coordinates with Spellbinder dies and exclusive Heartfelt Creations dies, manufactured by Spellbinders as well. This results in a detailed image on your die cut, enabling you to create a 3-D stamped dimension without using  scissors. Their images are crisp and beautiful.

JustRite Stampers are rubber stamps that coordinate with custom Spellbinders dies for those Card Makers and Crafters that love the memories they are creating with their unique stamps and the constant flow of new ideas and fresh images. Their rubber, clear and cling stamps range from big bold and colorable to simple and delicate. They to have teamed up to have their own exclusive Spellbinders dies made for some of their stamp sets. Here is their compatibility chart for your viewing so you can see exactly what you need to match up with your spellbinders dies. View HERE!

Stamping Scrapping Designs are clear stamps that take the guesswork out of stamping! Their crystal clear stamps allow you to see exactly where your image will appear. Stamping Scrapping stamps are highly detailed and made of top quality photo polymer resin, that does not rip or tear easily. When used with the clear acrylic blocks, you are able to stamp accurately and with perfect precision. These sets are designed to compliment each other & match Spellbinders dies.

Here is a video showing the different manufacturer stamps:

I have had quite a few people mention that using the stamps with the dies looks to complicated, but let me tell you, it is quite the opposite! It is SO much easier than cutting with scissors and MUCH less time consuming! This process will speed up your card making and scrapbooking projects and you will not believe the difference it can make! You’ll be asking yourself why you didn’t try this sooner! You will become a pro in no time at all!

Here, let me show you:

I hope you enjoyed both of today’s videos and that you now know how simple die cutting stamped images can be! This process works on ANY stamp and die set. So, are you ready to be “brave”? Go for it!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!


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I love Scrapbooking, Rubber Stamping, and Card Making Ideas and Projects,which is why I started! I enjoy offering the Best products,ideas, & videos for Spellbinders,Sizzix,Provo Craft,Quickutz,Graphic 45,DCWV,Hero Arts,Making Memories and much more!

  • Henry

    When I first found this article, I though to myself, oh man, another stamp collector’s binder video and presentation. Just what I need to catch up on some sleep. But after watching the video, I found myself intrigued by the possibilities that you can make using these types of stamps. What a nifty tool for decorating scrapbooks. I am wondering where I can find the graphics used in this video. I will look around for buy links.

  • Jeffrey

    That is very cool I don’t know how easy it actually is, but you certainly make it look easy I used to love to do things like that and now that I don’t really have the time anymore I kind of have slipped on my arts and crafts techniques and things don’t come as easy as they used to. Maybe when I get back in the swing of things it will work just fine.

  • Ruth

    So often, I see the same old scrapbooking techniques that persons share on the internet. This is the first time I have ever heard about stamping for scrapbooking. However, I am hesitant to even try it only because I am a graphic artist and I feel it is much easier to use my expertise to print onto a vinyl die cut printer such as the CriCut. For me, it is much easier than this process.

  • I grew up with the phrase “Try it, you might like it”. Of course, this was mostly used for food my parents were trying to get me to eat, but I believe the concept applied to just about anything new being introduced in your life (there are obviously exceptions). Stamping for scrapbooks can be a lot of fun! There are just so many things you can do if you give yourself a chance to play!

  • It is kind of like riding a bike. If it has been a while you might be a bit wobbly, but by relaxing and just playing around it can all come back to you! With all of the fun dies and other products so accessible, how can you go wrong?

  • Lance

    This was very interesting I had no idea that this meant stamping as in a punch of sorts to stamp out a design I assumed it meant ink stamps which I have used before and am very fond of. You have done a great job on your article though and the video turned out great. Good job keep up the good work and these babies are going to sell like crazy.

  • Thanks Lance! Glad you enjoyed the video and the article! We appreciate your comments.

  • Cody

    I have never used a stamp like this before but I do like them. I have used rubber stamps before and I have enjoyed that but the stamps that you use to cut out designs is really great and you could do a lot more with them then just the rubber stamps. Thank you for posting this information I am really excited about getting some of these.

  • Ronald

    These are very cool and would be a great addition to any scrape booking hobbyist’s collection. I can’t wait to get mine. At first I thought you were talking rubber stamps but then I realized that was not the case and it made me take an even closer look and now I really want a set of these. How many different kinds do you have that are different designs?

  • Yes, these are great for card making and scrapbooking as well as so much more! The best thing about coordinating dies with your stamps is that it makes cutting out so easy! Now, you can make detailed dimensional projects in a snap!

  • We have all of the coordinating stamps for Spellbinders dies in our Shop by Theme Category under Spellbinder Stamps! Take your pick! Make sure you check the details to know which die(s) coordinate with the stamp set you are looking at.

  • Don

    I teach a Sunday school class for little kids and I think they would have a blast making arts and crafts with these. I used to let them use rubber stamps but I think this is better than that because it actual makes a cut out that is really cute. Not to mention you can make things to hang up that have a design to them instead of just some ink smeared on them.

  • And less messy! I am an adult, but whenever I stamp, I seem to get it all over me! Now you can incorporate stamping and die cutting for a wider variety!

  • I work at a huge craft store. I have seen these stamp diecut kits online in demos. However I have yet to see them in any craft store, and I frequent them all in my area. Could you tell me where to purchase them and if they will be available in the craft stores?
    I enjoyed your demos.

  • Of course, you can purchase many of them on our website! Many of the larger stores only carry “core” items, but don’t expand to the coordinating lines.

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