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Old 10-13-2004, 12:22 PM   #1
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Default SU Craft vs. Stazon

What is the difference between SU's craft pads and Stazon pads? Which is best for projects like the tile coasters and things like that? Also, what is the best product for "coloring in" these same types of projects?

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Craft ink is like paint - it dries on top of the card stock. It is slow to dry so it's great to use for embossing powders too. It works on material - like fabric paint as well. Staz On is a solvent ink - kind of like a sharpie. You can use Staz On to stamp on tile, glass and plastic, etc. Craft ink will not dry on those items even if you try to heat set. They both have their purposes for different things. I use my black Staz On for tile stamping and use my markers or chalk to color in the image and then seal it with a matte or gloss spray finish. Check the forums for lots of different threads on those topics!
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