Cardmaking, Die Cutting, EBE by Brandi Kincaid, EBE by Julie Ebersole, Essentials By Ellen, Stamping, Uncategorized

5 Ways To Use A Sticky Mat To Make Crafting Easy!

Today I’m sharing five ways to use a sticky mat to make crafting easy! From die cut positioning, to stenciling, ink blending, stamping and planning a card making layout…this is my secret weapon for crafting made easy!


It’s Carissa Wiley here with you today and I’m sharing so many ways to make your crafting easier by incorporating a sticky mat in your process. I’ll be sharing tips for using the Brutus Monroe Stick and Stamp Mat as well as the My Sweet Petunia MISTI Sticky Mat. Both are great tools to have in your craft room.

To showcase just how useful these sticky mats are while paper crafting, I’ll walk you through three card projects and share how using a sticky mat helped with things from positioning die cuts, holding stencils in place, as well as centering background stamps…and a few other techniques as well. I’ll also show you the Brutus Monroe Stick and Stamp Mat and the MISTI Sticky Mat up close, and show you how they are the same, as well as how they differ. Be sure to check out the video to see all of this and more!

Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed this look at how I make the paper crafting process a little easier by incorporating a sticky mat in my creative process. And I hope you are inspired to create something today! Until next time, I hope you have a fabulous day!

XOXO
Carissa

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4 Comments

  • Reply maureen k morton May 15, 2022 at 7:17 am

    Is something missing – I am looking forward to this info but don’t see the details.

    • Reply Holly May 15, 2022 at 9:03 am

      Is there a video with this blog post? Love the colors on those cards!

    • Reply spilor May 15, 2022 at 9:40 am

      Visit the Ellen Hudson YouTube channel. They have a video there.

  • Reply Holly Havnaer May 15, 2022 at 9:05 am

    Is there a link to a video somewhere? Love the colors on those cards!

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