Today we are bringing to you our new focus series. In this series we want to inform you about our products and what makes them versatile and unique in the marketplace.
So, what makes our clear stamps so good? First of all, they are made from the highest quality yellow-resistant photopolymer. Photopolymer is designed and engineered for ink transfer which means that the stamped images will be more clear and precise. Unlike silicon or vinyl stamps, the ink will not bead up on our stamps which also results in a higher resolution image. Don't be fooled by inferior quality clear stamps! We are proud that our stamps, like most of our products, are made in the USA.
The other reason our clear stamps are so great is the variety of adorable designs we have to offer!
If you are new to clear stamps, they are extremely easy to use. We have a few suggestions for the best results:
- Gently peel the stamp from the backing sheet and apply to a clear acrylic block.
- Apply ink to the stamp, position, and press lightly onto your project.
- Wash stamp with mild soap and water, then return stamp to carrier sheet.
- Stamps may temporarily lose their cling due to dust and oils. Simple wash the stamp to completely restore cling.
Our design team has put together some cards to show you just how fun and versatile our stamps can be.
Happy Trails Card by Danni Reid using the Campfire Stamp set.
Miss You Beary Much Card by Danni Reid also using the Campfire Stamp set.
Welcome Spring card by Marcy Penner using the 5 and Dime Stamp set.
Heart Card by Kinsey Wilson using the Daydream Stamp set.
Happiness is Card by Stacey Kingman using the 5 and Dime Stamp set.
Spending Time Card by Stacey Kingman using the 5 and Dime Stamp set.
Our clear stamps are an excellent example of our commitment to offering you the highest quality scrapbooking and crafting supplies. Whether you are already a fan of our stamps or you are just getting started, we hope that you will share your stamping creations on our flickr page. Who knows, they may just be featured on the blog sometime soon! ;)