- Tell me more about Wood Mounted Stamps
- Tell me more about Cling mounted stamps
- How do Cling stamps stick to the acrylic block?
- How can I be chosen as Stamper of the Month?
- What kind of inkpad do I need?
Tell me more about Wood Mounted Stamps TOP
Our WOOD mounted stamps are deeply etched in red rubber, backed with high quality 1/8" thick grey foam adhesive, closely cut with a scroll saw and then mounted on white Canadian hard maple hourglass shaped wood.
Tell me more about Cling mounted stamps TOP
Our UNMOUNTED stamps are the same great vulcanized, deeply cut red rubber, backed with high quality grey CLING foam so you can temporarily stick or "cling" it to an acrylic stamp block. This process makes it easy to see exactly where you are stamping through the clear block!
How do Cling stamps stick to the acrylic block? TOP
The unmounted stamps come with a special static "CLING" foam. Just peel off the storage sheet and stick it to the block. If you don't have a block you can use a drinking glass. When finished stamping just peel off and return to the backing sheet. No adhesives required!
How can I be chosen as Stamper of the Month? TOP
Just email us your artwork! We publish all of our entries on our site and we randomly pick a winner every month. You can enter as often as you want. Every picture equals one entry. If you are choosen, you win 3 free stamps of your choice!!
What kind of inkpad do I need? TOP
It depends on your project. What you are stamping on and how long you want it to last.
**Use CRAFTER'S INK if you want to stamp on fabric, such as a pillowcase or canvas tote. Heat set, either with a heat gun or just throw it in the clothes dryer.
**Use STAZ ON ink if you are stamping on super slick surfaces, such as glass, dishes, tile, etc. We recommend heat setting. If stamping on dishes, DO NOT wash dish in dishwasher as the ink will disappear. Hand wash all you want though.
**Use CHALK INK if you are stamping on polymer clay, brads, all papers, shrink plastic. It is waterproof if heat set.
**Use ANCIENT PAGE ink to stamp on paper if you want it to be permanent and archival. Fade resistant which is ideal for scrapbook applications.
**Use a WATERMARK or VERSAMARK ink pad if you are embossing. It is slow drying and clear so your embossing powder will show up perfectly.