Monday, July 28, 2008

Getting To Know Your Stamper

After a little break it's time to get back to business....stamping business that is. The number one question that needs to address first is "When will the new stamps be available?" You can now go to our web site www.justritestampers.com and pre-order any of the new products that we have shown you during the CHA Sneak Peeks. These products are due to ship mid-September.

Our "Best Sellers" ship within 24 hours and if you order before September 1st you will miss the price increase. Yes, I am alerting you to an upcoming price increase that will take effect September 1st on almost all JustRite products. This price increase has been brought on to us from the manufacturing end and it is necessary for us to adjust accordingly. So if you have been on the fence and waiting for the new products you might want to order the basics now and save 14-25% before September 1st.

Ok, now that the "business" part is done let's move onto the "stamping" part. This week we are going to focus on getting to know your JustRite Stamper. Occassionally we get questions on the different parts of the stamper, how to load the ink pad, how to load the grid with borders and letters and how to get a crisp image. It is probably best to address all the questions at once.

I was in the process of putting together a video to address these questions but our very talented stamping friend, Taylor VanBruggen, has put together a great demo for you and she has given us permission to share it here. {Thanks Taylor} Watch the video and please post your questions in the comment section and they will be addressed in a group Q and A post at the end of the week.



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3 comments:

Karen said...

I just purchased a Monogram stamper and was delighted with the video. I have not yet used mine (just returned from vacation), and am wondering about the dry ink pad. Can it be cleaned or do I need replacement pads for different colors? Thanks for the great info!

Keri Lee Sereika said...

Very Very cool video! Thanks there Taylor!

Jeanne said...

Thanks for the helpful video. I was wondering if you can ink the stamp with a regular ink pad? How would one do that? I absolutely love monograms and just had to have this stamper. I was really impressed with the quality and the packaging is fantastic.