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