Your Stamp-a-ma-jig comes with the tool itself, along with a transparent imaging sheet (shown below).
To prepare these imaging sheets (either permanent Vellum sheets, or the one that comes with your Stamp-a-ma-jig), place the sheet up into the corner of the Stamp-a-ma-jig as pictured above. Some people like to use theirs with the handle of the Stamp-a-ma-jig pointed away from them (flip it 180 degrees from what I have in these pictures), but I prefer to do mine like shown here. In addition, if you are left-handed, you will use the corner on the other side of the handle... it works either way. The main thing to remember is that once you choose a position, you need to stick with it!! If you switch it around, you will not get the right results.
Pictured below, my Vellum sheet is up in the corner of the Stamp-a-ma-jig (it's hard to see the Vellum in this photo). I then took this stamp and butted it up into that same corner and then lowered it down to touch the Vellum and make an impression.
I then rotated the Vellum and stamped a different image in each corner (pictured below). Again, it is very important that you position your Stamp-a-ma-jig the same way each time. I will be using these same sheets over and over again, so I used black StazOn ink. If you are using the Imaging Sheet that comes with your Stamp-a-ma-jig, and will need to change the image each time, DO NOT use StazOn ink!! You'll need to use any regular Classic or Craft ink so you can clean the sheet after each use.
Now that we have our imaging sheets made, let's make a little man! To begin, choose the body part you want to start with and stamp it onto your cardstock. I started with his shirt. Be sure you allow room for the other body parts!
Next, find the Imaging Sheet with the part of the body you want to stamp next. Place that Imaging Sheet over your cardstock and line it up exactly where you want it to be stamped.
Finally, I'll add some glasses. This would be virtually impossible without the Stamp-a-ma-jig!!
And if that's not enough for you... how about making shadows??! They looks fabulous with alphabet stamps! Stamp the letter in the color you want, then make a shadow by shifting the image just a tad and stamping it again in Going Gray or some other lighter shade. Beautiful!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and learned how to properly use your new Stamp-a-ma-jig tool!