I received several questions on how I mounted and use my All in a Row.
I figure I post the answers here.

I mounted the set the way it is shown in the catalog:
Two borders stuck together on one wood block.

I had thought about cutting them apart, but was afraid they would be to flimsy and hard to stamp with after cutting them.

I do not use a stamp-a-majic. Most of all…because I am too lazy for that tool. LOL

I can position it pretty well by slouching down to look under the stamp while I position it.

I try to have the Argyle stamp in the middle of both cardstock pieces.

I stamp it and then rock it a bit towards the lower layer to ensure that it will get part of the stamped image as well.

If you are hesitant to try it out on your cards right away, take a piece of lined paper and practise lining it up over the lines. You can always get your Stamp-A-Majic out too. I just use it way to often to do that.

I hope that helps. If you have more questions, please post them on this splitcoast thread. I will check it frequently and post the answers there.

 Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

7 Responses to “All in a Row”

  1. Thanks Beate! Inspired by you, I’ve been using “All in a Row” a lot lately. I find that even if it’s not lined up perfectly it still looks good because if I had actually stitched it, it probably wouldn’t be perfect either!

  2. Wow, you are really good!!! I’ve tried “eyeing” things sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t. More often than not…they don’t, lol. TFS

  3. You were the one to get me hooked on that All in a Row stamp set…HAD to order it…lol…I’m lazy too…I don’t use SAMJ. Think I’ve pulled it out 5 times in a year!

  4. Thanks for the tips Beate, I just ordered this set it should arrive tomorrow I can’t wait to try it out!! All your cards are fabulous!

  5. Thanks for the helpful tips. Your cards are amazing, how they all line up. The faux stitching always looks so neat. I am offering some Blog Candy on my blog if you want to enter you are (and anyone) is more than welcome. Jenny x

  6. You’re too good! I can hardly stamp anything without my SAMJ…lol!

  7. Had to giggle about the “too lazy for that tool”. You’re in good company. 😉

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