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Photopolymer stamps

shelly peck

I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Maria Pobre

I'm not having customers complain, but I did! I told them their test of the market with the monthly sets last year was NOT a true test because they weren't offered in any other form, so if we wanted the set we were forced to buy the photopolymer. I understand the reasoning of the alphabets and two step being in photopolymer for ease of positioning, but I still LOVE my red rubber... and I told them just that!

Happy Stampin'~


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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


Shelly Peck

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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Jeanne Moss

I'm with you, Maria!  I really like the photopolymer for the ease of positioning, especially with alphabets and words, but they just don't stamp as well as red rubber, especially the bolder images.  Even using the foam pad, you sometimes get "blank spots".

In this month's class, we used the Lighthearted Leaves.  We used the new archival black, which was a mistake.  My stamps are now stained so badly that it defeats the whole purpose of being able to see through them, plus using the archival ink left them feeling "hard" on the stamping surface instead of the normal bit of stickiness on that surface.

From now on, I will use the Memento ink for black, unless we will be watercoloring.

Jeanne Moss
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I'm not having customers complain, but I did! I told them their test of the market with the monthly sets last year was NOT a true test because they weren't offered in any other form, so if we wanted the set we were forced to buy the photopolymer. I understand the reasoning of the alphabets and two step being in photopolymer for ease of positioning, but I still LOVE my red rubber... and I told them just that!

Happy Stampin'~


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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


Shelly Peck

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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Jane Bone
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I have the same problem with the solid stamps.  I won’t buy a set if it has a big solid stamp in it,  I liked the set you are talking about but didn’t buy it for that reason. I get along OK with the line stamps.  Jane
 
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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


Shelly Peck

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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Maria Pobre
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We need to continue to let them know how we feel by using the Sandbox. If we don't, then they won't know how we feel.

Happy Stampin'~


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I'm with you, Maria!  I really like the photopolymer for the ease of positioning, especially with alphabets and words, but they just don't stamp as well as red rubber, especially the bolder images.  Even using the foam pad, you sometimes get "blank spots".

In this month's class, we used the Lighthearted Leaves.  We used the new archival black, which was a mistake.  My stamps are now stained so badly that it defeats the whole purpose of being able to see through them, plus using the archival ink left them feeling "hard" on the stamping surface instead of the normal bit of stickiness on that surface.

From now on, I will use the Memento ink for black, unless we will be watercoloring.

Jeanne Moss
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I'm not having customers complain, but I did! I told them their test of the market with the monthly sets last year was NOT a true test because they weren't offered in any other form, so if we wanted the set we were forced to buy the photopolymer. I understand the reasoning of the alphabets and two step being in photopolymer for ease of positioning, but I still LOVE my red rubber... and I told them just that!

Happy Stampin'~


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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Carolyn Jackson
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I guess I made this same mistake with my photopolymers . . . using the Archival Black ink. I thought it was the right thing to do. They are dark now which doesn't bother me nearly as much as the inconsistent imagine, light spots, splotches. And, YES, I did use a light eraser on them before I used them. One set was even a replacement from SU! because I had such a bad experience with the first set.

I love the photopolymer but will probably choose clear whenever I can (which seems to be less and less). Rant over!

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I'm with you, Maria!  I really like the photopolymer for the ease of positioning, especially with alphabets and words, but they just don't stamp as well as red rubber, especially the bolder images.  Even using the foam pad, you sometimes get "blank spots".

In this month's class, we used the Lighthearted Leaves.  We used the new archival black, which was a mistake.  My stamps are now stained so badly that it defeats the whole purpose of being able to see through them, plus using the archival ink left them feeling "hard" on the stamping surface instead of the normal bit of stickiness on that surface.

From now on, I will use the Memento ink for black, unless we will be watercoloring.

Jeanne Moss
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> I'm not having customers complain, but I did! I told them their test of the market with the monthly sets last year was NOT a true test because they weren't offered in any other form, so if we wanted the set we were forced to buy the photopolymer. I understand the reasoning of the alphabets and two step being in photopolymer for ease of positioning, but I still LOVE my red rubber... and I told them just that!
>
> Happy Stampin'~
>
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>> On Nov 1, 2015, at 4:22 PM, SUDSOL [juststampit4fun] via Product Q&As <ml-node+s1100894n24757h99@.nabble> wrote:
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>>
>> I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?
>>
>> Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.
>>
>>
>>
>> Shelly Peck
>>
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>>
>> (909) 520-7244
>>
>> email: juststampit4fun@
>>
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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Pamela Alexander

I use the stazon cleaner on the photopolymer stamps - they are only slightly stained.
I find to, that if I stamp NEW photopolymer stamps -inked- onto scraps the first few times, it seems to condition and stamp better on my projects. About the hollow spots, stamp over the piercing pad, also make sure there is no lint on the stamp. All my workshop people love them!

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I guess I made this same mistake with my photopolymers . . . using the Archival Black ink. I thought it was the right thing to do. They are dark now which doesn't bother me nearly as much as the inconsistent imagine, light spots, splotches. And, YES, I did use a light eraser on them before I used them. One set was even a replacement from SU! because I had such a bad experience with the first set.

I love the photopolymer but will probably choose clear whenever I can (which seems to be less and less). Rant over!

Carolyn Jackson
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I'm with you, Maria!  I really like the photopolymer for the ease of positioning, especially with alphabets and words, but they just don't stamp as well as red rubber, especially the bolder images.  Even using the foam pad, you sometimes get "blank spots".

In this month's class, we used the Lighthearted Leaves.  We used the new archival black, which was a mistake.  My stamps are now stained so badly that it defeats the whole purpose of being able to see through them, plus using the archival ink left them feeling "hard" on the stamping surface instead of the normal bit of stickiness on that surface.

From now on, I will use the Memento ink for black, unless we will be watercoloring.

Jeanne Moss
270.307.1230
jeanne.moss@
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> I'm not having customers complain, but I did! I told them their test of the market with the monthly sets last year was NOT a true test because they weren't offered in any other form, so if we wanted the set we were forced to buy the photopolymer. I understand the reasoning of the alphabets and two step being in photopolymer for ease of positioning, but I still LOVE my red rubber... and I told them just that!
>
> Happy Stampin'~
>
> Maria Pobre (on Guam)
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>>
>> I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?
>>
>> Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.
>>
>>
>>
>> Shelly Peck
>>
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>>
>> (909) 520-7244
>>
>> email: juststampit4fun@
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Jewish holiday stamps

Barb Conant

A customer has asked if we have stamps celebrating Hanukkah. I thought we did, but neither of us can find them. Have those stamps been retired? Thanks! Barb


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Re: Photopolymer stamps

benkok
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juststampit4fun wrote
I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.

I have seen some demos turn their paper/stamp over and rub the paper to get a better coverage of ink, Hope that helps


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Re: Photopolymer stamps

Anne Hayward
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We used To You and Yours Too in a class setting.  Stamped it using Night of Navy and kept getting a big splotch on the left hand side of the landscape.
A couple of fixes:
I saw a video (sorry can't remember who or where), and the demo showed that after stamping with photopolymer stamps, pick the paper up with the stamp still attached.  Turn the paper over and rub the area with your fingers to get all areas covered with ink. Turn it back over and remove the stamp.  This has worked for me.  

If that doesn't work, take a sponge dauber and add more ink to the part that didn't get inked.  This especially works for the landscape part (which is most of the stamp) of the To You and Yours Too.

Using the Paper Piercing Mat helps.  And using the newer ink pads.  Or if you are using the older pads, be sure it is inked up really well.  

I also called DS for a customer who was having trouble with the big maple stamp in the Lighthearted Leaves set.  Rather than exchanging it, DS suggested that she wash it with dish washing soap and warm water to remove the film from the manufacturing process.  She did and it worked.

Hope that helps.

Anne Hayward




juststampit4fun wrote
I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.




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Re: SU!: Jewish holiday stamps

Sara Levin
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Yes, there are no Jewish Holiday stamps this year.

Sara

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A customer has asked if we have stamps celebrating Hanukkah. I thought we did, but neither of us can find them. Have those stamps been retired? Thanks! Barb


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Re: SU!: Jewish holiday stamps

Barb Conant

That surprises me. Thanks. 

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Yes, there are no Jewish Holiday stamps this year.

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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Phyllis Strickland
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I clean ALL my stamps this way all the time except when I use Stazon or permanent ink.  I can't tolerate the odor of Stampin Mist and dish soap is much more effective.  I use a glycerin base soap which is known to condition red rubber stamps and doesn't hurt photopolymer.
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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Jeanne Moss
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Hmmm..... I thought I read somewhere that the StazOn cleaner would damage the photoP stamps?   Or, maybe I just heard it through the grapevine.....

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I use the stazon cleaner on the photopolymer stamps - they are only slightly stained.
I find to, that if I stamp NEW photopolymer stamps -inked- onto scraps the first few times, it seems to condition and stamp better on my projects. About the hollow spots, stamp over the piercing pad, also make sure there is no lint on the stamp. All my workshop people love them!

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I guess I made this same mistake with my photopolymers . . . using the Archival Black ink. I thought it was the right thing to do. They are dark now which doesn't bother me nearly as much as the inconsistent imagine, light spots, splotches. And, YES, I did use a light eraser on them before I used them. One set was even a replacement from SU! because I had such a bad experience with the first set.

I love the photopolymer but will probably choose clear whenever I can (which seems to be less and less). Rant over!

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I'm with you, Maria!  I really like the photopolymer for the ease of positioning, especially with alphabets and words, but they just don't stamp as well as red rubber, especially the bolder images.  Even using the foam pad, you sometimes get "blank spots".

In this month's class, we used the Lighthearted Leaves.  We used the new archival black, which was a mistake.  My stamps are now stained so badly that it defeats the whole purpose of being able to see through them, plus using the archival ink left them feeling "hard" on the stamping surface instead of the normal bit of stickiness on that surface.

From now on, I will use the Memento ink for black, unless we will be watercoloring.

Jeanne Moss
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> On Nov 1, 2015, at 4:04 AM, SUDSOL [Maria Pobre] via Product Q&As <ml-node+s1100894n24760h1@.nabble> wrote:
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>
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>> I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?
>>
>> Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.
>>
>>
>>
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>>
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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

Sara Levin

Yes, we were told not to use Staz On cleaner on the photopolymer stamps. 

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Hmmm..... I thought I read somewhere that the StazOn cleaner would damage the photoP stamps?   Or, maybe I just heard it through the grapevine.....

Jeanne Moss
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I use the stazon cleaner on the photopolymer stamps - they are only slightly stained.
I find to, that if I stamp NEW photopolymer stamps -inked- onto scraps the first few times, it seems to condition and stamp better on my projects. About the hollow spots, stamp over the piercing pad, also make sure there is no lint on the stamp. All my workshop people love them!

Sent from my iPhone

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I guess I made this same mistake with my photopolymers . . . using the Archival Black ink. I thought it was the right thing to do. They are dark now which doesn't bother me nearly as much as the inconsistent imagine, light spots, splotches. And, YES, I did use a light eraser on them before I used them. One set was even a replacement from SU! because I had such a bad experience with the first set.

I love the photopolymer but will probably choose clear whenever I can (which seems to be less and less). Rant over!

Carolyn Jackson
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I'm with you, Maria!  I really like the photopolymer for the ease of positioning, especially with alphabets and words, but they just don't stamp as well as red rubber, especially the bolder images.  Even using the foam pad, you sometimes get "blank spots".

In this month's class, we used the Lighthearted Leaves.  We used the new archival black, which was a mistake.  My stamps are now stained so badly that it defeats the whole purpose of being able to see through them, plus using the archival ink left them feeling "hard" on the stamping surface instead of the normal bit of stickiness on that surface.

From now on, I will use the Memento ink for black, unless we will be watercoloring.

Jeanne Moss
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>
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>
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>> I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?
>>
>> Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.
>>
>>
>>
>> Shelly Peck
>>
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>>
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RE: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

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No, you heard right.  We should not use Stazon on the photopolymer stamps.  Stazon will eventually deteriorate the stamps.

 

Donna Bagwell

 

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Hmmm..... I thought I read somewhere that the StazOn cleaner would damage the photoP stamps?   Or, maybe I just heard it through the grapevine.....

Jeanne Moss

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jeanne.moss@live.com

 

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I use the stazon cleaner on the photopolymer stamps - they are only slightly stained.

I find to, that if I stamp NEW photopolymer stamps -inked- onto scraps the first few times, it seems to condition and stamp better on my projects. About the hollow spots, stamp over the piercing pad, also make sure there is no lint on the stamp. All my workshop people love them!

Sent from my iPhone


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I guess I made this same mistake with my photopolymers . . . using the Archival Black ink. I thought it was the right thing to do. They are dark now which doesn't bother me nearly as much as the inconsistent imagine, light spots, splotches. And, YES, I did use a light eraser on them before I used them. One set was even a replacement from SU! because I had such a bad experience with the first set.

I love the photopolymer but will probably choose clear whenever I can (which seems to be less and less). Rant over!

Carolyn Jackson
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I'm with you, Maria!  I really like the photopolymer for the ease of positioning, especially with alphabets and words, but they just don't stamp as well as red rubber, especially the bolder images.  Even using the foam pad, you sometimes get "blank spots".

In this month's class, we used the Lighthearted Leaves.  We used the new archival black, which was a mistake.  My stamps are now stained so badly that it defeats the whole purpose of being able to see through them, plus using the archival ink left them feeling "hard" on the stamping surface instead of the normal bit of stickiness on that surface.

From now on, I will use the Memento ink for black, unless we will be watercoloring.

Jeanne Moss
270.307.1230
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http://jeannemoss.stampinup.net

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> I'm not having customers complain, but I did! I told them their test of the market with the monthly sets last year was NOT a true test because they weren't offered in any other form, so if we wanted the set we were forced to buy the photopolymer. I understand the reasoning of the alphabets and two step being in photopolymer for ease of positioning, but I still LOVE my red rubber... and I told them just that!
>
> Happy Stampin'~
>
> Maria Pobre (on Guam)
> Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator!
>
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>> I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?
>>
>> Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.
>>
>>
>>
>> Shelly Peck
>>
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>>
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RE: Photopolymer stamps

Robin Messenheimer
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I’ve read this thread through and I have to put my 2 cents in. I love photopolymer stamps to the point that I find I’m disappointed when a stamp set I like is not available in pp. Yes, I’m still buying rubber as I love Stampin’ Up!’s designs. But I’d be most happy if all stamps were available in pp. I’m not a perfect stamper no matter what medium I use to stamp. But I find I do much better with the pp. When SU! just had the 15% off sale, I went through the main catalog to see if there were any pp stamps I’d been thinking of buying and hadn’t yet. Found three, and they’re on my work table now.  I’m a happy camper.

 

Robin

 

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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


Shelly Peck

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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

wingersonk

I completely agree with Robin. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the photopolymer stamps. Wish they were avail for EVERY stamp set. That is all I would purchase and 100% of my customers agree.

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I’ve read this thread through and I have to put my 2 cents in. I love photopolymer stamps to the point that I find I’m disappointed when a stamp set I like is not available in pp. Yes, I’m still buying rubber as I love Stampin’ Up!’s designs. But I’d be most happy if all stamps were available in pp. I’m not a perfect stamper no matter what medium I use to stamp. But I find I do much better with the pp. When SU! just had the 15% off sale, I went through the main catalog to see if there were any pp stamps I’d been thinking of buying and hadn’t yet. Found three, and they’re on my work table now.  I’m a happy camper.

 

Robin

 

Robin Messenheimer

Pahoa, Hawai'i

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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


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RE: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

wenkerc

I also love the Photopolymer stamps and sent several messages to SU to get them to offer that type of stamp.  I guess I’m not that fussy but I haven’t really noticed and problems with the sets that I have purchased.  They stick to the blocks great!

 

Cheryl Wenker

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I completely agree with Robin. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the photopolymer stamps. Wish they were avail for EVERY stamp set. That is all I would purchase and 100% of my customers agree.

 

On Sun, Nov 1, 2015 at 11:23 AM, SUDSOL [Robin Messenheimer] via Product Q&As <ml-node+s1100894n24798h78@n5.nabble.com> wrote:

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I’ve read this thread through and I have to put my 2 cents in. I love photopolymer stamps to the point that I find I’m disappointed when a stamp set I like is not available in pp. Yes, I’m still buying rubber as I love Stampin’ Up!’s designs. But I’d be most happy if all stamps were available in pp. I’m not a perfect stamper no matter what medium I use to stamp. But I find I do much better with the pp. When SU! just had the 15% off sale, I went through the main catalog to see if there were any pp stamps I’d been thinking of buying and hadn’t yet. Found three, and they’re on my work table now. I’m a happy camper.

Robin

Robin Messenheimer

Pahoa, Hawai'i

http://robinscraftroom.com

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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


Shelly Peck

Independent Stampin'Up! Demonstrator

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Re: SU!: Photopolymer stamps

joyce pacer
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I love the photopolymer stamps.  I do find that they get to the point they are not as sticky.  I take them to the sink and rinse them off with warm water and pat them dry with a paper towel and they are like new.  I have used the archival ink with them and yes they do stain but if you clean them as soon as you use them, it is not nearly as bad.  After use, I wipe mine off with a little SU cleanser.

Joyce


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I’ve read this thread through and I have to put my 2 cents in. I love photopolymer stamps to the point that I find I’m disappointed when a stamp set I like is not available in pp. Yes, I’m still buying rubber as I love Stampin’ Up!’s designs. But I’d be most happy if all stamps were available in pp. I’m not a perfect stamper no matter what medium I use to stamp. But I find I do much better with the pp. When SU! just had the 15% off sale, I went through the main catalog to see if there were any pp stamps I’d been thinking of buying and hadn’t yet. Found three, and they’re on my work table now.  I’m a happy camper.

 

Robin

 

Robin Messenheimer

Pahoa, Hawai'i

http://robinscraftroom.com

 

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I am trying to stamp in black the stamp that has the trees and deer from the to you and yours, but I keep getting white little dot spots, not complete coverage. Any suggestions?

Sorry, but I am not a fan of this type of stamps. My customers are getting upset that they can only get some stamps in photopolymer. Anyone else getting complaints.


Shelly Peck

Independent Stampin'Up! Demonstrator

(909) 520-7244

email: juststampit4fun@

 


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