Do you hate it when you stamp down an image and it doesn’t come out right? Of course you do. It’s frustrating and annoying….at least for me! When doing multiple stamping, I use the Stamparatus. When I’m just stamping a few times though I don’t want to get that out. For larger stamps or solid image stamps, the trick is the Stampin’ Pierce Mat.
This handy tool offers a nice even pressure on the image giving you that crisp image. It seems large stamps can be hard to achieve a smooth look. The stamp doesn’t touch the paper in spots or the pressure is not enough. The foam in the Stampin’ Pierce Mat takes care of that for you. It gives that even pressure and a smooth stamped image.
I thought this was a great time to share this as one of Laura’s Quick Tips when I needed to get out my Stampin’ Pierce Mat for the January 2020 Paper Pumpkin Kit. The image in the set is a large clear block D image and the first time I stamped all of the ink didn’t touch the paper. I got out the mat and had no problems after that. Perfect image every time. Sign up for the February Paper Pumpkin Kit to join in the fun by clicking here.
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