JDMM STAMPS – flip book tutorial

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G’day Davenpeeps!

 

Go get your rulers out, we’ve got flip books to make!

 

They’re a lot more simple than they seem, you just need 4 pages, a ruler and your JDMM stamps. I’ve used the build a face set but you could repeat this process with any of your face stamps and still get a super fun flip book!

 

Here’s the setup you’re going to want to follow for each page of your flip book. It is explained further in the tutorial video, but just for reference I’ve included this picture! 😀

 

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So get out your Stamps, find some spare pages in your journal or butterfly book and remind yourself of the childlike fun you used to have assembling weird and wonderful faces (but this time it’s even better because YOU have created them!)

 

ENJOY!

 

 

🙂  James

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  • Beth morgan
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    Thanks James that was a fun tutorial, I loved the flip book it was inspiring. Beth

  • Sandra
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    James you always inspire my desire to play. Love your videos.

  • Frieda
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    So fun to watch your creativity! Thanks for sharing James.

  • Chantale
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    These are so great! I’m wishing I had the face stamp now… lol one day I will have some of your beautiful line miss Jane

    Thank you James for all your creative ideas

  • TracyLee
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    I enjoyed your fun video James Thanks for sharing love your colours too

  • Jenny
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    Amazing James, I love it! Looks like so much fun 🙂

  • Annie Chermak
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    Wow!!! Such bravery taking that on in a video!!! LOVE the finished project and fun and free messiness!!!

  • Victory
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    Thank you for making a tutorial, James! I’ve been wanting to make a flip book, but the measurements had me overwhelmed. “Yer hard work ain’t been in vain fer nothin'”!

  • lizthemightyredhead@yahoo.com
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    Love your color combinations James. The measurements are a great help. I don’t have the stamps so I am going to “wing it” and improvise!

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