How many times do you finish a project or a class and look down at the table and see a ton of ink pads that look just like this, or worse?
It’s my personal opinion that a good time has not taken place if your ink pads (and fingers for that matter) don’t resemble the image above. With as juicy as the foam pads are it’s inevitable that your pads and fingers will have at least a trace of ink on them. So how do we prevent our supplies, studios, and projects from looking as if they are owned by painters?
We clean them! LOL!! I had a stamper of mine ask me the other day how it is that I get my pad cases from ever looking used, that is until you open them, LOL! She said that she wipes hers down with a paper towel and hers look dingy and stained… so I decided to make this helpful video for her, because I know that if it’s helpful for her it would be helpful to others too.
Another helpful tip: when I have ink all over my hands Stampin’ Mist removes it much better than even soap and water in most cases. Of course the darker the ink (i.e. Blackberry Bliss) the harder it will be to remove completely- BUT always be checking your hands throughout your creative process and remove the ink off your fingers and hands ASAP because if it stays there too long it will eventually end up on your project.
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