Don't you hate it when you get your layers together crooked? What a sure way to ruin a nice project! I want to share my secret with you–maybe it isn't a secret, really, but it is a great way to cut down on your goofs.
I put SNAIL Adhesive on the back of the smaller piece of paper or card stock. Then I gently lay it on top of the mat without pressing down so I can still move it if it is not straight. Then I gently tap it into place with the tip of my craft knife. When it is in just the right position, I press firmly on all the areas with adhesive. Works like a charm.
Of course, even with this technique, my layers can still come out crooked. When that happens I whip out my Heat Tool, heat up the areas with adhesive, and voila!, I am able to peel the layers apart again.
I hope this helps. Stamping should be a fun activity, not frustrating, so learning all the little things you can do to make things go smoothly will enhance your experience and help develop your creativity!
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