Clouds are created  by dragging ink from the cloud stencil to your paper with a
dauber, sponge or stencil brush.  Continue layers by tilting and lowering the stencil.
Line up the imaging sheet with the corner of the handle.  Ink your stamp, line it up in
the corner of the handle and stamp the imaging sheet.
Position the stamped imaging sheet on the cardstock, carefully replace the handle
and remove the imaging sheet.  Holding the handle in position, place the stamp in
the corner of the handle and stamp.
Line up the stamped imaging sheet on the paper where you want to stamp your
image.  Line up the handle with the imaging sheet.  Remove the imaging sheet.  Ink
the stamp again and line it up to the corner of the handle and stamp the paper.  
Using the Stamp-a-ma-jig, place the handle on a flat surface and slide the imaging
sheet against the handle carefully fitting it in the corner and along the edge. While
holding the handle and the imaging sheet in place, align the stamp carefully in the
corner and stamp the imaging sheet.After thoroughly cleaning and drying the stamp,
place a piece of tape over the portion of the stamp you want to mask.  Ink the
stamp,
remove the tape and set the inked stamp aside.
Another example of masking.
Change a stamped image by adding a few lines with a Micron pen.
Cloud Background
Stamp-a-ma-jig
Masking
Adding Details
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