The first, the original!
“Thanks so much for everything, you are the best out there for ideas and cost, I have joined some other demo’s sites and have now cancelled all but yours, you guys have everything tips, ideas for future projects and I feel like I went to a class I learn something each and every week.”
Jody – TX
“Clear and easy to understand! Thank you for editing out all the nonsense and focus in on what’s important, stamping!”
Ellen – FL
“I learn how to teach my own classes by listening to what you say and how you teach ME! I so many of your projects for my classes and the cutting measurements save me so much time!”
Beth – CA
Matt and I started Stamping School in January of 2007 and went LIVE in July of 2007. It is our online, rubber stamping, video tutorial website (say that 3x fast). If you haven’t seen it yet, go visit it at www.stampingschool.com.
When we began all those years ago, there were very few stamping videos. Now it’s hard to imagine learning without the visual instruction! You can watch stamping videos on youtube, blogs and television. What we offer is an Ad-free, organized resource library of exclusive projects, taught by someone who has been teaching stamping classes for over 15 years.
We currently have over 1000 videos in our library and our community is made up of thousands of stamping members from 14 countries! Response has been so positive to the site and lots of our members are SU demonstrators who don’t have anyone nearby to show them techniques or how to use stamping gadgets.
Here’s a video to help you get to know us!
I use 100% ALL Stampin’ Up stamps, accessories and products for our projects. Everything is archived from day one, even as stamps retire and new ones come out so you will always be able to access the library when you need it. Our stamping tutorials can be used for your personal OR business projects! (See below for a list of some of our categories)
We upload 2 exclusive videos every Sunday night, at least 8 per month, so you can go in anytime during the week to see what’s new. Since I am a SU demonstrator, I use only SU supplies for the projects. Any extra blog videos I have done are archived there but do not count towards the 8 exclusive videos per month.
Need printable pictures, templates, recipes and cutting directions? Yupper, we’ve got you covered! Each project video has a link to print the colors and stamps used, as well as the measurements to cut your paper. To see an example, go here.
Who can join Stamping School? Anyone! You don’t have to be a demonstrator or consultant, just have to love stamping! Membership is only $35.00 per year. To enroll in Stamping School, click here.
Want it free? Be one of my happy Stampin’ Up customers!
Order monthly, quarterly or at least $150 a year with me and gain access to the weekly video tutorials FREE as a thank you for your business.
Here is a listing of most of our categories:
Stepped Up Cards
3D’s, Gifts and Alterables
5 Minute Cards
Boxes and Bags
Current SU Seasonal Catalog
Embossing Folders and Plates
Fe Fi Faux Fun!
For the Guys
Quick and Easy
Tools of the Trade
Sizzix Die Cutting Projects
If you’d like to ask questions before becoming a member, you can call me at 407-435-3135 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt’s video for keeping your computer healthy
While browsing the internet, your computer either downloads or generates files to remember where you have been to make surfing easier. These files can be helpful, but gone unchecked can also really bog down your computer as it sifts through thousands of files. These files can also only partially download causing all sorts of havoc – like videos stopping for no good reason (with the amount of bandwidth we have purchased for the site, the videos should never stop).
The solution is to regularly clear out you internet cookies, cache and temporary files. I know many people are reluctant to delete things without knowing what they do, and I can tell you that removing these files will NOT harm your computer. Some browsers (like Mozilla Firefox) automagically do this for you each time you close the program.
Below is a quick tutorial on how to safely remove these files.