When I was creating the StampeRor I began by using things I found at home. I basically needed something a clear or cling stamp would stick to that I could use to stamp the stamp in the same spot over and over again. I liked being able to see the stamp through the folder so I looked for clear or transparent things I could use. Clear plastic packaging and an embossing folder were two of the things I came up with.
One DIY version of the StampeRor is made with the clear plastic top from a “Swifter” container and a clip board. I simply cut the plastic from the container down to size and taped it to a clip board. The clipboard is nice because you can use the clip to secure your paper in place.
Another version is made with an embossing folder that I cut apart at the folded plastic joint and then taped back together so that the smooth sides faced each other. I had originally cut the embossing folder apart because the design was in the bottom left corner of the folder and I wanted to align the bottom of my paper up with it, but the folded plastic joint prevented me from doing that if my paper was larger than the embossing folder.
The video below shows me making both versions.