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Old 09-07-2009, 10:03 AM   #1  
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I just watched a video on stamping on tiles. On the video, it suggested using rubber stamps, but I was wondering how well acrylic stamps work. Does anyone have any input for me?

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I think they would work just fine. The important part is using the archival permanent ink because dye ink will rub off.
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I think it would be fine, use Stazon so it doesn't smear.
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Thanks for your input!

ikimom--where in the Bay Area are you from? I'm in San Bruno overlooking SFO.
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Clear stamps should work provided the image has raised lines. For example, I tried and tried getting a non-smeared image using Close To My Heart stamps with no luck. But I bet that Papertrey Ink, Hanna Stamps, Impression Obsession and others would be fine! I personally have not tried it though!
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I tried Clear stamps first and it was a PTI set and it moved alot and the image was not great but I think with practice you could get it. But for my preference I do like rubber for stamping on tiles. Hope this helps you.

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