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Old 09-05-2008, 09:08 PM   #1  
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What brand reinkers does everyone use for the DIY stamp kit?
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Marvy, Ancient Page and Adirondack Alchohol inks work well....so do SU inks.
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Hi Denise,

Can you please tell me the size of the large round monogram stamper. I have looked at the justrite website but it does not indicate the size there.

I just ordered it and am wanting to know if the punches I have will work with it or if I 'need' to purchase additional punches.

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I have it listed as a 1 5/8 in circle on my spreadsheet I did from the site. HTH
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Hi Denise,

Can you please tell me the size of the large round monogram stamper. I have looked at the justrite website but it does not indicate the size there.

I just ordered it and am wanting to know if the punches I have will work with it or if I 'need' to purchase additional punches.

Much thanks in advance!

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Yes, the large monogram stamper is 1 5/8 and a 1 7/8 punch works well or a 1 3/4 punch....just depends on how much space you like between your image the the edge of the circle.
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I love the look of these Just Rite sets..I am so confused on how to get started...what to order first...are they all preinking or do you have to ink them...? so many questions.
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I got the large self inking circular set.
If I had to do it again, I'd have started with the wooden one because I think, in the end, they will work better for me. I'm not great with "technology" and they just seem simpler.
And... I want to stamp on fabric. And they don't recommend fabric inks in the self inking ones.
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I am also interested in the one you can put letters all around. What do I need to purchase to be able to do this?
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I am also interested in the one you can put letters all around. What do I need to purchase to be able to do this?
The self inking Large Monogram Stamper and the wood stampers that come in the Curlz, Damask and Special Occasions kits are the same exact size which is 1 5/8 and they have the same exact grid pattern.

Basically, the difference between the two is that the self inking does just as it says....inks itself....it comes with a black ink pad is great for mass producing cards, invitations, announcements and stationery. The wood block gives you the freedom to use any ink pad and any color. All the fonts in any of the sizes will work in either product.

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OK so this for example:
http://www.justritestampers.com/Prod...uctid=JB-08115

works with any of the sets with small letters?
Yes, that is the wood mount stamp only. You will need to purchase the small letters also to fit in the rim or the center. I ordered the Curlz and Special Occassions set, and the fromt the library set with the small letters. If you want to use just the small letters order the wood block only and the small letters. I thought it was a better value to add a font set with it and the small letters.
I want to order more of them. They're so many possibilities to this sets that I love
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OK so this for example:
http://www.justritestampers.com/Prod...uctid=JB-08115

works with any of the sets with small letters?
Yes, and that is also the same size wood block that comes in any of the kits with font, borders and centers and then you could also purchase the small letters to use as well and then you would have the perfect starter kit. Or you can purchase everything seperately and build your own kit of what you want/need.

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I have both the self-inking and the wooden mount. I wish I would have just bought the wooden mount first because I hardly ever use the self-inking one that came with the kit. They are identical grid mounts, it's just that with the wooden block you can ink it up using your own ink pad.
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Hello

I was thinking about getting the small alphabet set and was wondering if it comes with duplicate letters or just one of each letter?

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I have a friend who has one of these. I love the idea of putting words around the circumference of a circle or oval. I plan to order the wood block and the small letters but will wait until I visit her in a couple of weeks (we live in different states) and see it up close and personal... just to make sure.

Btw... I read that all the sizes of these stamps coordinate with the nestabilies so if you have these you can cut them out that way too.
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OK I couldn't resist and I ran out and bought the small alphabet and the
1 5/8" wooden circle. Got it home and began to play. First I put the letters in backwards. Then as I was taking the letters out to correct this problem I had my first letter casualty. Yup, they are slippery little suckers that can fly. My "T" went flying and I spent a good 15 minutes on my floor looking for it. All I found out was that I need to vacuum better! So, I think it was a great purchase, but just keep in mind that the letters are super tiny and can potential fly never to be seen again. Also I do not yet own a nesties, but I do have a circle coluzzal. For those of you with coluzzals the third circle from the middle will encompass your design. But I do think I will need to get the nesties since I would like the circle to be smaller. Just my opinion.
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OK I couldn't resist and I ran out and bought the small alphabet and the
1 5/8" wooden circle. Got it home and began to play. First I put the letters in backwards. Then as I was taking the letters out to correct this problem I had my first letter casualty. Yup, they are slippery little suckers that can fly. My "T" went flying and I spent a good 15 minutes on my floor looking for it. All I found out was that I need to vacuum better! So, I think it was a great purchase, but just keep in mind that the letters are super tiny and can potential fly never to be seen again. Also I do not yet own a nesties, but I do have a circle coluzzal. For those of you with coluzzals the third circle from the middle will encompass your design. But I do think I will need to get the nesties since I would like the circle to be smaller. Just my opinion.
Hey, the same thing happened to me LOL!! It gets easier

I was putting them back in the case the other day and there was no place to put my "O". I thought that was odd until I got everything back in its place and realized I was missing a "Q". I think I may need to remove my contact lenses or wear reading glasses when I use the little letters! Love the product though!! It's just wonderful to be able to spell out exactly what you want.
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First thats a funny story and has happened to me with letters I cut with the cricut
I am on the web site now and I see the 1 5/8 wooden block but they also have sets with borders and sayings so would I just need to get the letters and how do these stamps stick on the wood? oh I am so confused and just want to order thanks for any help
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First thats a funny story and has happened to me with letters I cut with the cricut
I am on the web site now and I see the 1 5/8 wooden block but they also have sets with borders and sayings so would I just need to get the letters and how do these stamps stick on the wood? oh I am so confused and just want to order thanks for any help
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They slot into grooves - thats what keeps them lined up.

Go look at the spreadsheet earlier in this thread because that does help sort it all out...
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