Directions for the CD Stomper

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Directions for the CD Stomper
The CD Stomper allows you to stamp custom labels onto your homemade CDs. (cd on cd image by Stephen Kirkby from

The CD Stomper is a program and device that allows you to create professional-looking customised labels for your custom CD labels. You can write text or even upload photos for your CD labels using a computer, and then print them out and stamp them onto your disc using a special device. Using the CD Stomper is pretty easy and requires just a few basic steps.

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Things you need

  • CD Stomper software
  • CD Stomper printable adhesive label sheets
  • CD Stomper stamper
  • CDs
  • PC with printer

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  1. 1

    Install and run the CD Stomper software on your computer.

  2. 2

    Select "Templates" and select the template that matches the label sheets you're using. There will be a virtual diagram of the label sheet on the computer so you make the right selection.

  3. 3

    Design your label by clicking the corresponding buttons in the software window. There's a button for uploading background images, clip art and text. You can move the images/text around the virtual CD with the mouse and then press the left-click button to merge it down.

  1. 1

    Load your printer with the label sheets. They should be arranged with the glossy part of the sheet facing upward so the printer prints on that side.

  2. 2

    Click the "Print" button in the bottom-right corner of the CD Stomper software window. This will print out your custom label onto the label sheet.

  3. 3

    Remove the adhesive backing from the printed label and place it around the ring of the CD stamping device with the adhesive side up.

  4. 4

    Place a CD face down around the ring of the CD stamping device.

  5. 5

    Press down on the device to stamp the label onto the CD.

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