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Monday, 9 May 2016

Multi Step Stamping With STAMPOHOLIC

Hi Friends!!!
Today I want to introduce you to SARAH ELLIOT of  .
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She is a wonderful  crafter and a more wonderful person from Ontario, Canada . She will be doing a 6 videos series on STAMPOHOLIC for us. When I requested her she immediately agreed to it. Thanks Sarah and what a wonderful start she has given us.
Over to Sarah.
Hi Friends! I am Sarah, I live in London, Ontario. Married with two kids and work full time as an insurance underwriter on the side
😊 I spend most of my spare time with my family and in my craft room. I started blogging to share my passion for paper crafting which has turned into so much more. I love altering projects, making cards and even mixed media.
Today I would like to share the first of my projects for the Stampoholic tool from Die Cuts and More.
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This tool can come in handy when you are trying to perfectly position sentiments or other stamps and great for when you are not always able to get a perfect impression on your first try.  The paper and stamp stay in the same position so that you can stamp over and over.  But I would like to share some other uses for this tool.
The first project that I have to share is this "Lovely" Anniversary card.  I want to share how you can position your multi-layered stamps so that you can use them over and over again to make more than one image without having to place the stamps every time, which can take a lot of time and patience.
You will need a stamp set that has layers to the image and co-ordinating inks to stamp the layers in.  I am using the Vintage Roses stamp set from Altenew and Stampin Up Inks.
This is a very hard process to explain so please check out the video attached.  Below is a photo of what the stamps will look like after you have gone through placing and stamping for your first image.  Once they are all in place you can just put in a piece of paper and ink up the stamps one corner at a time to stamp as many images as you want.

Hope you enjoy the video and get inspired to make many great projects.  But before you go Die Cuts and More is having a give away, at the end of this 6 Video series there will be a draw and you can win a Stampoholic Nano of your very own.  Please see the rules below.
Stampoholic Nano Giveaway
1. Must be a subscriber to Die Cuts and More on YouTube.
2. Must be a subscriber to ME on YouTube.
3. Join the Stampoholic Fans Facebook Group and Like the Stampoholic Shop on Facebook.
4. Leave a comment on this post.
Good Luck and Happy Papercrafting!

Sunday, 13 March 2016


It has come to our knowledge from various sources that M/s. My Sweet Petunia the owner’s of “MISTI” Trademark are posting numerous misleading mails to  various Dealers/Customers/Consumers of the CRAFT INDUSTRY, with their claims over the Patent Rights for their Product of PRINTING DEVICE marketed by them under the name and style of “MISTI”,  which is still pending with USPTO. Such mails posted by M/s. My Sweet Petunia are just Superfluous, Unethical and False with their Mala fide Intentions to gain the market share.
We hereby inform the Craft Industry at large that we have already filed an objection against their Patent Application with USPTO on dated 15th February, 2016, which was duly acknowledged by USPTO on 18th February, 2016 at 10.07 Hrs.
In this reference we wish to share with the Craft Industry regarding the Probability of Receiving a U.S. Patent?  to please refer to  the link below:
PRIOR to this, we had also warned M/s. My Sweet Petunia vide our mail dated 29th December, 2015 to stop posting all such superfluous, unethical, and false claims on social media for this of their Product against us. But they are still misleading the Industry at Large with their Unjustified  & Unethical Claims for a printing device that is being used worldwide for decades altogether for printing manually and there is nothing Inventive and/or innovative in this of their Product. But till date there is not a single reply from M/s. My Sweet Petunia.

We hereby again warn M/s. My Sweet Petunia through this post to stop posting all superfluous, unethical, and false claims on the social media and threatening various Dealers/Customers/Consumers of the CRAFT INDUSTRY, against us, which is absolutely against all business norms and practices with immediate effect, failing which, they will be held responsible for all costs, damages and consequences for their Mala fide Intentions to gain the market share.

Thursday, 24 December 2015

Background stamping with STAMPOHOLIC

Hi Gals!!!
How have you all been... So the Holiday season is here and lots of Sales and Shopping is going on. We also had a very successful FLAT 15% OFF sale last week. Hope you did not miss out,..
Today I want to share this card after LOOONNGGGGG LOOONNGGGGG time.. This STAMPOHOLIC tool really justifies its name. I have become a total addict of stamping and trying new ways out of the tool. Its a necessity for all of us. As the guess work is completely over now. And you will get an accurate crisp image every time you stamp.
My todays card focuses on Background stamping using Border stamps. So without a further delay, here is my card
I have made a video tutorial for the first time... Please bare with me friends, and do write your feedback and suggestions . I hope you enjoy the video... Here it is...

I have used Kaisercraft Aztec Border Stamp in this tutorial.

Saturday, 12 December 2015


HI friends… I am really excited today, Mrs. Rajni Chawla has reviewed our STAMPOHOLIC TOOL On Facebook. She needs no Introduction as we all know she is the queen of crafting for all of us. I was really delighted to see such appreciation by her on our Product. By the waySTAMPOHOLIC is now available in ready stock on the WEBSITE. Now,  I am COPYING AND PASTING her Review Below….
This one’s for all fellow crafters out there.
Today, I am going to give a review of an amazing crafting tool that I’ve been using for quite a while now. But before you read on, here ‘s something you need to know.
DISCLAIMER : I do not endorse this product in any way whatsoever and I’m not associated with it’s manufacturer as well. Also, I am writing this review after using the product regularly for close to two weeks now.
So, let’s get started…
My general view about crafting is that it’s not the tools or its brand but how u use them that creates the difference. I mean, Buying a crazily expensive tool or machine doesn’t mean that automatically my creations will be beautiful. It happens only when you know how to use the tool effectively and creatively. And that can happen with Rs. 5000 product as well as a Rs. 500. Which is why, personally, I like to go for brand that suits my pocket. But then again, it doesn’t mean that I tend to make compromises and go in for low quality products. All I tend to look for is to get something that has a little value for money. Just like this new STAMPOHOLIC from DIE CUTS N MORE
Not many of you may know but DIECUTS N MORE is our very own homegrown INDIAN brand. And this makes me really happy to know that it’s competing head to head in terms of quality and usability with foreign brands.
STAMPOHOLIC….as the name says it all. If you are addicted to stamping and want NO MORE GUESSING, TRIALS N ERRORS AND MISTAKES, this 8×10 inches magic box is the perfect solution for all. U will wonder how you ever stamped without it. It’s a great stamp positioner manufactured in INDIA.
This beautiful smal box tool is very sturdy with glass clear LASER ETCHED top plate. So now its time to BREAK FREE without the worry of the fading of the grid lines. Hinges are perfectly attached with NO SCREECH noise and also You get 2 Neodymium magnets FREE with the tool to hold the paper. The best part is its POCKET FRIENDLY. Die cuts n more has offered an introductory price of Rs 2500 only.
Its a complete package of MONEY VALUE when compared with its functionality.
Hope this review of mine can serve my fellow crafters with little knowledge to save small amount from their hard earned money. I will be soon back with my projects that I tried using this tool. Also, DIE CUTS N MORE will be soon releasing few picture tutorials as well as video tutorials for easy functioning of this tool. .
Till then…STAY TUNED.

Thursday, 25 December 2014

Scenic Beauty with Stampscapes Stamps

Hi Friends,
This is Mansi Wishing you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS. Today I want to share with you an introduction to our recently introduced line of STAMSCAPES . So for giving you the introduction I wanted nothing less than the Best. So who other than our favourite Rajni Aunty  (RAJNI CHAWLA). I don't think the Name itself needs any introduction. She has always amazed us all with each and every creation of hers. And she is a Sweetheart, When we approached her for the post, She immediately accepted, ignoring her jam packed tight Schedule. Thanq so much Rajni Aunty. And as always... She has not failed to amaze me.. Beautiful cards she has created ...Each and every piece is worth looking at.  So without any further delay, I here by hand over the post to Rajni Aunty . Here she is....

Hello friends !!

I m Rajni Chawla from Passionately Curious. Firstly, wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Its time to bid a  good bye to year gone and welcome the new year. Its time to rock and roll with friends and family !! Wish them joy and special wishes with our handmade Scenic Cards.

DIE CUTS N MORE recently introduced Stampscape Rubber Stamps in India.These stamps are made with deeply etched natural red rubber which is the most durable and gives the best impressions. You can create your own landscapes using individual, interchangeable elements from nature. Also, you can combine them to style seamless scenes of cascading waterfalls,intimate quite pools of crystal clear water.breathtaking panoramic views,valley floors where the lupine and poppy grow wild,pristine lakes where the fish are practically jumping to be caught,and sumptuous sunsets in golden hues. 

This is my very first try with these stamps. I was totally confused while buying as I was tempted badly with its huge variety  of landscapes, mountains, waterfalls, sky scenes, cloud bars, trees, branches, people, animal images. It was really fun using these stamps and i was amazed to see such detailed images and the end product was just.....WOW!!

 When I was googling down the tutorials of using Stampscape stamps I found a blog named Silverwolf Cards and found a wonderful starting up tutorial. Shaz Brooks idea of stamping images on tranparency with black stazon was great help in building up all scenes.Various Stampscape tutorials are also available on you-tube channel. 

You can add colour by using a Colorbox Stylus tool,or cut & dry foam. All available at DIE CUTS AND MORE
You can stamp your image onto card that you have colored first, either by sponging, brayering, stippling or spraying. I am not going to give directions for these, rather I will again point you to the Stampscapes site, where you will find dozens of video and pictorial 'How-To's', all done far better than I could. You will also find a number of videos on You-Tube.

Here is what I came up with...Hope you like it. 

Stamps used...
Country Chapel Set 215G
Country Chapel Sm 309 E
Tree Cluster 244E and 266 D
Rocky Peaks 188F
Reeds Lg 068D
Strolling 160A
White Gel pen for highlighting 
Snow Marker Pen 
Glossy Accent 
Clear Rock Candy Glitter
Sentiments from Justrite Chrismas Greetings stamp set. 

Stamps used...
Country Chapel Set 215G
Country Chapel Sm 309 E
Tree Cluster 244E and 266 D
Stampscapes 18B "Nature sheet #4"

Stamps used...
Country Chapel Set 215G
Country Chapel Sm 309 E
Tree Cluster 244E and 266 D
Cloud with moon 105E
Snow Marker Pen 
Glossy Accent 
Clear Rock Candy Glitter
Sentiments from Justrite Chrismas Greetings stamp set.

Stamps used...
Country Chapel Set 215G
Country Chapel Sm 309 E
Tree Cluster 244E and 266 D
Rocky Peaks 188F
Reeds Lg 068D
Strolling 160A
Spooky branch sm from The light and the Sea set 
Grass sledge
White Gel pen for highlighting 

Stamps used....
Lake Side Cove Small Set
Lake Side Cove Sm 148E
Pines and rocks sm 267E
Loons w/Reflection 262 A
Cloud with moon 105E
Solo Canoeist 159 A
White Gel pen 

In my first four cards I tried mixing and matching the stamps with stamps from different stamp sets to show you how we can create variations. I m still working on few more sets of Stampscape stamps. Will try to share soon :) 
The supplies for the above cards are bought from the fabulous crafts store DIE CUTS AND MORE. This is a wonderful craft destination for all craft addicts as it has the best brands from the crafts world and also a wide selection of each category.

Hi Again, Its Mansi again... So, We are celebrating stampscapes ... So how is it possible without Some DISCOUNTS. So here we go.. 
Buy 1 pack of CLING MOUNT SET FOR RS. 1750
Buy 2 packS of CLING MOUNT SET FOR. 1725
Buy 3 packS of CLING MOUNT SET FOR rS. 1700
Buy 4 packS of CLING MOUNT SET FOR Rs. 1675
And same is for only Rubber Stamps
Buy 1 pack of ONLY RUBBER SET FOR Rs. 1300
Buy 2 packs of ONLY RUBBER SET FOR Rs. 1275
Buy 3 packs of ONLY RUBBER SET FOR Rs. 1250
Buy 4 packs of ONLY RUBBER SET FOR Rs. 1225
Buy 5or more packs of ONLY RUBBER SET FOR Rs. 1200 Only.

No coupon required... Just Place your order and you will receive an invoice with the discounts. OFFER VALID TILL 31st DECEMBER ONLY.
ONLY RUBBER STAMPS ARE VERY EASY TO USE... You can watch this video 

Both cling mount sheets and TAC and Peel are available with us in the Store. For any questions Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us. 
Bye for now.. 

Saturday, 4 January 2014


Good Morning Everyone

NEW is the year
NEW is the Hopes
NEW is the resolutions
NEW are the spirits
And NEW are the warm wishes just for you

I on behalf of my entire team wishing you all A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR. How time flies!! Its seems yesterday only when I started DCAM Challenges, And here we are completing our first TERM. We take the opportunity to say good bye to our previous design team. They have been wonderful and inspiring with their fabulous creativity. Thank you Girls.

Now moving over to the winners announcement. First of all I would like to Thank you all for participating in our challenge . All the entries were beautiful and wonderful and trust me we had a really tough time in deciding the winners as always.

Lets get started ,DRUM ROLLS Please ..

The first set of category "  I am Featured at DCAM Challenges "
here we go in no particular sequence



Please to claim you badges, drop us a mail at  with subject "featured "

Now moving over to the entries "I made it to TOP 3" of our challenge are 
(in no sequence)




Please to claim your badges, drop us a mail at  with subject "Top 3  ".

And now the WINNER of our challenge #5 " CLEAN AND SIMPLE CARDS  "



Please to claim your prize and badge , drop us a mail at with subject "Winner ".


Now we are taking a BREAK and will resume back in the month of FEB. 


You heard us RIGHT!! Die cuts and more is having a Design team Call. We are looking for enthusiastic crafter's. This call is open for INDIAN Residents only.


- An active blogger.
-Able to commit to a term beginning from 1st of February.
- Please mail us Keeping the subject as 
- ' DESIGN TEAM APPLICATION" and send your best three projects at along with Name ,email address , blog address (link too) and facebook account link.Please so write a small introduction about yourself and why you want to be part of DCAM design team.


We can't wait to see your applications :)

Have a nice day 


Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Explosion box and a tutorial

Hello Friends

First of all Merry Christmas to all of you. Hope you all are enjoying. Winters are here and so the Santa Claus. Today I am going to share two tutorials in one post yes you read it right. So lets move on to tutorials without wasting time.

Tutorial one: Explosion box.
Explosion boxes are always lovely and believe me they are pretty easy to make. Take one 12*12 inch cardstock and one 11.5*11.5 inch cardstock. Score both the cardstock at 4 inches on all four sides. Here is the pic.

Cut the four corners and it will look something like a cross.

Now decorate the panels as you like and assemble.

Now for the lid of the box take 7.1*7.1 inch cardstock and score it at 1.5 inch on all four sides. It will look like this.

Make a perpendicular cut on each corner and paste with the glue to the other side. This will form the lid of the box. And decorate the lid with pattern papers, flowers and other embellishments as you wish.

Tutorial Two: How to put popping out butterflies in the explosion box.
As I get frequent request as to share the tutorial on how I put butterflies on the explosion box.

Cut strips of acetate sheet or some stern plastic in the shape shown below.
Now shape them in Z shape. like this.

Now make a cut diagonally on all four corners of the top panel of (yellow in tutorial) explosion box.
Now just inset the Z shaped acetate strips and add a drop of glue at the backend. It will look like this if you turn it's back side
The acetate strips will pop out in this way.
Now stick the butterflies to the top of acetate strips. and assemble your explosion panels. And finally assembled box will look in this manner. All the pattern papers, die cuts and embellishements are from DCAM Store. So visit our store and start shopping for your crafting needs.

Hope these tutorial help you. Do let us know in case you have any queries. And don't forget to enter into our current challenge Here