Ok, according to google it's been 1.5hrs...
And the stamps and pens smeared... glad I tested.
Any recommendations for pens to make blanks with (preferably ones that don't need much pressure, so they don't show through the back of the card)?
The pens I used were ZIG memory system: Millennium. Technical style pens (with the little felt like nubs on the end). Perhaps I'll try sharpies on the test cards tomorrow, my father has some fine point ones at his shop.
Addendum: The nano-blanks card took to stamping really well. Hmm... so did the Icehouse side of the mini-catalogue I got with my fluxx blanxx... I wonder if one side of the cards is better for writing and stamping and I simply tested the wrong side on the "How To Use These Cards" card (I wrote on the product side, the one that has the fluxx blanxx logo).
Will test more... Back to the lab.
On 10/19/06, TheLoneGoldfish <thelonegoldfish@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I've found that when testing on my catalogue cards and the "what to do" cards that my rubber stamps get suctiony on the cards. I don't know if this will be a problem for the inking or not (the cards seem to be very non-absorbent) but I should find out once the ink dries.
Specifically I'm trying to put this stamp (http://www.paper-source.com/cgi-bin/paper/804587.html?cm_id=3810.240
) on a Jackpot! card [I purchased flowers&fluxx which comes with a
It just seems a fairly stamp unfriendly surface and I was wondering if anyone else has thoughts on the matter.