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TONIC STUDIOS Tim Holtz Stamp Platform
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- An innovative surface for precision stamping with rubber and clear stamps
- Engineered to ensure an accurate, even contact every time
- Marked in both imperial and metric measurements
- This package contains one 9.5 x 11. 5 inch stamp platform with an 8.5 x 8.5 inch stamping area side ruler and two magnets.
- For use with clear stamps, ensure the word 'clear' reads when you close the lid
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An innovative surface for precision stamping with rubber and clear stamps. Engineered to ensure an accurate, even contact every time. Marked in both imperial and metric measurements, accurately placing stamps at specific intervals could not be easier. This package contains one 9.5 x 11. 5 inch stamp platform with an 8.5x8. 5 inch stamping area side ruler and two magnets.
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You take the top and flip it depending on whether you are using clear stamps or rubber backed stamps. I've been stamping with it for a little over a week now and it works wonderfully with the rubber stamps but I seem to have a harder time with the clear stamps. The issues seem to be when a stamp is along the far right side or smack in the middle.
I do love that the back has a rubber backing that not only allows you to keep it in place easier but also helps to give that extra cushion when you are stamping because the rubber is just a wee bit thicker than the plastic. I've put a mouse pad under to stamp and it makes no difference, so that is a real bonus.
It comes with 2 magnets but if you've got a ink/stamp combo that is sticky, it will still move about. As far as I am concerned if you are able to butt the paper up to the top and left corner then you are fine, that is how it you do it with another brand and I'm quite used to it now. I suppose you can use washi tape if needed. I will say that when I used the clear stamps and removed the magnets it seemed to work a bit better but not much.
I took some pics to let you see, I will say the rubber backed background stamp with snowflakes was just perfect first time around and it was a brand new stamp so that was awesome. I think I will use this product but maybe not as much as I was hoping. It is awfully bulky compared to some others on the market.
Pros: Sturdy, 2 open ends allows you to use different sized papers, good price, achieves good stamped images.
Cons: Cannot see the measurements easily (too small and too light). I wish it has a grid on bottom plate as well
I have watched an embarrassing amount of online stamp videos since I discovered the hobby about 8 months ago. What I have learned from watching is, the ink, the stamps, the platform, and the paper can make a huge impact in getting a clear stamped image. I just watched a video showing that the same good quality stamp and good quality ink can have a very different result depending on the type of card stock you are using. So those who are reviewing and getting bad results, consider if you are using good quality materials or the dollar bin stamps.I suspect that some of the problems are due to bargain materials.