Monday, May 20, 2013

Vistaprint Custom Stamp Video Tutorial

With only 11 days 'til Kindergarten graduation, my students are still motivated to try their best on classroom assignments... all thanks to the custom "First Grade Quality" stamp I created on Vistaprint. I have received SO many questions about how to create a stamp like this, I thought it was time to make a video tutorial. If you want to create a similar stamp for your classroom but don't know where to begin, this tutorial is just for you! 

how to design a custom stamp on Vistaprint.... great for keeping students motivated!
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The Video Tutorial



 You may also want to read more about my custom stamp and find out how I keep students motivated as we count down the days 'til summer vacation.


17 comments:

  1. What other stamps have you made? I also teach at a catholic school so thank you for all the religion ideas as I was in a public school last year!

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    1. So far I have just made a "First Grade Quality" and a "Second Grade Quality" stamp, but I am already brainstorming more stamps that I can create to keep those kids motivated all year long!

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  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you for this!!! I love the idea, was sad to lose, but am thrilled that you are sharing this tutorial! I always get SO frustrated with VistaPrint!
    Amanda
    Mrs. Richardson's Class

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    1. You are very welcome! I know, great things come from VIstapint, but it can be a very tricky site to navigate!

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  3. Thank you SO much Maria! I made an attempt at this & it looked nothing like your adorable stamp! Thanks for such a fun idea and another awesome tutorial!

    Molly
    Lucky to Be in First

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  4. I love that stamp!! Such a great idea, as i am constantly telling the kids we are preparing for 1st grade!! :)

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    1. You would think that the stamp was made of solid gold, the way my kids became obsessed with earning a stamp on their page!

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  5. I love this tutorial, I am off to make more stamps! My students and I LOVE the stamp I won. It has worked wonders. Thank you so much!!!
    Francine

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    1. I'm SO thrilled that you love the stamp you won! I think I may have started a stamp obsession!

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  6. You are the bomb!! Thanks so much! We have some teachers leaving and these will be great gifts!

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  7. Thanks for sharing. I'm so excited to get my stamps in the mail. Be sure to tell your readers there is a groupon deal for a $70 coupon to Vista Print for $17. I was able to purchase around 3 stamps for the $17 and pay s/h extra. The stamps are over $20 each....so it cut down on the cost big time! :)
    Erin

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  8. Thank you for this tutorial! i love vista print and just bought the groupon erin mentioned above and made one for my preschoolers that says 'kindergarten quality!' :) Thanks again!!!

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  9. I love this! I just ordered a First Grade Quality one, and also an Awesome Kindergarten Work for the rest of the year! If you go through retail me not it takes off 50% so they were only 12.49 each!!

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  10. Right now, the stamps are 70% off through July 10! Having a stamp hayday!

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  11. I am beginning my blog adventure and this post helped me come up with another idea from VistaPrint. I put a link in my blog post back to this page. Take a look at my ideas of how to use Biz Cards to promote your classroom.

    Here is the link: http://applesanddapples.blogspot.com/2013/07/a-biz-card-for-your-classroom.html

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  12. You have started a stamp obsession for me. :) Here are the stamps I made...

    The Curious Apple

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