White Craft Pad vs. Staz On Opaque Pad

IMG_8031I know I’ve said this before, but I absolutely adore our Bakers Box Thinlit. The box is the perfect size for sweet treats. An added benefit is the little window die that allows a peak inside the box to see what is enclosed.

For video tutorials on how to construct the Bakers Box, go here  or here . Today’s Video tutorial below focuses on the difference between the two white pads I used – the White Craft Stampin’ Pad and the Staz On Opaque Pad.

IMG_8162Craft  Craft Stampin’ Pad

  • Pigment based ink
  • Slow to dry which makes it great for heat embossing
  • Cleans easily with a baby wipe or wet paper towel
  • Stamps on cardstock and some fabrics
  • Acid free
  • Non toxic

IMG_8161White StazOn Opaque Pad

  • Solvent ink
  • Stamps on plastic and other non porous surfaces
  • Requires Staz On CLeaner
  • Comes with a reinker

 

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8 thoughts on “White Craft Pad vs. Staz On Opaque Pad

  1. Thanks for making the difference in the two inks perfectly clear. Also, your info on the special cleaners will be so helpful to “new” stampers.

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  2. Amy – I have not watched the video, but your box is absolutely, stunningly gorgeous. Better than commercial. Uber professional. Excellent and impressive.

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