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> Designs by Ryn - Unmounted Rubber Stamp Sheet - Sea Creatures 2 (8.5"x11" sheet)
Designs by Ryn - Unmounted Rubber Stamp Sheet - Sea Creatures 2 (8.5"x11" sheet)
Designs by Ryn - Unmounted Rubber Stamp Sheet - Sea Creatures 2 (8.5'x11' sheet)
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Sea Creatures 2 includes 8 rubber stamp designs from Ryn's collection - Starfish Set, Cardinalfish, Octopus, Sea Bubbles Set, Seaweed Set, Leafy Sea Dragon, Betta and Koi Set. They come organized as seen above on an unmounted rubber sheet measuring approximately 8.5" by 11". The stamps can be separated with a pair of sharp scissors. This product does not include any backing or cling-mount for mounting the stamps.
All of Ryn's stamps are made from natural gum rubber and are deeply etched into the surface. Deep etch technology captures a high level of detail in each design and ensures clean imprints by setting the image at a depth that is twice the industry standard. Natural gum rubber is also extremely durable and flexible making it ideal for use on a variety of materials. With proper care each stamp can be printed hundreds of times without losing image quality.
For stamping the designs with ink or paint, we recommend mounting the stamps onto cling-cushion. The cling-cushion sticks to any Acrylic Stamping Block with a static charge. A flat hard surface such as an Acrylic Stamping Block will ensure that the stamp is pressed evenly in order to capture all of detail in the design.
All products and images are copyrighted by Ryn Tanaka
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