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Old 07-24-2004, 03:56 PM   #1  
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I have stamped on the tumbled tiles before with stazon and made coasters out of them. My question is has anyone used the craft inks on the tumbled tiles? Will that work for coasters?

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I used craft inks more than stazon. I stamp on them and then lay a paper towel over it and blot the excess off. Otherwise your ink will run while baking. Next put it in the oven at 350 for about 15 minutes. Let it cool, add felt or cork on the bottom and you are done. No sealing neccessary I think. I did it and now wish I hadn't, because the water will just drip off the coaster if you have a cold drink on it. I have to try one without.

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Cool! Thanks Beate. There are more colors to choose from in the Craft ink than in Stazon.

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Yes...gives it a softer look with our Earth elements or even with the rich regals. I like them better this way.
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