By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor
Q: What is the difference of a watermark stamp pad?
A: A watermark ink pad such as, Versamark, is a slow drying ink that allows you to use with your favorite embossing powders. It shows up darker on your cardstock by creating a barrier from a dye ink that is stamped on top of it to create a resist which makes it great to use for shadows. It can also be used as a glue for adding glitter or chalk to a project.
Q: What is a good way to attach a flat piece of ribbon to a project without using glue?
A: A double sided tape added to the back of the ribbon is another way of attaching it to a project and it helps to keep the edges from fraying.
Q: Can StazOn ink be used on paper?
Q: In using a die/stamp set, should I die cut first or stamp first?
A: The easiest way I have found is to stamp first and then place the die over the stamped image. Hold the die in place with a few small pieces of tape attached to the edges of the die. Painters Tape works well for this as it is easily removed without tearing the paper when you are finished.
Q: Is there a way I can create my own felt shapes?