Yesterday I shared an unboxing video with you to show you a little bit about the Block Printing Stamps from Plaid (oh, and ALL of the designs, too!) But today I really want to share with you my experiences with how they work on fabric, paper, and clay! I also use a variety of paints, inks, and markers in today’s review and demonstration.
Disclosure: Samples provided for review purposes; however my opinions are honest and my own and based on my first-hand experience. I was not financially compensated for this review/video nor does the product company have any control over it’s content. Some links below may be affiliate links and I will be compensated with a portion of the purchase price- usually 5-7%. Thank you for your support!
From the Plaid website:
Fabric Creations™ block printing stamps are great design tools for creating one-of-a-kind, artisan crafted textile projects. Use your printing blocks for creating unique fashions, quilts, textiles, stitching, embroidery, patchwork, scrapbooking, card making, or printing wrapping paper.
I have made you a video that runs about 7 minutes and we cover stamping on fabric, rubbings, paper, using markers, and stamping on clay. Keep in mind that we will have a full review of the Fabric Creations Inks later on this week!
Now let’s take a closer look….
I tried them out on different fabrics first, using the Fabric Creations Soft Ink.
Then I tried stamping on paper.
And then my more unconventional uses:
Bottom line is that I couldn’t find ONE thing wrong with these stamps…. easy to use, easy to clean, lovely images and versatile. I’m doing a full review on the Fabric Creations Ink soon.
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Oh yes, me likey! They are beautiful. I have a large wood stamp that I bought for decoration. Now, I’m thinking I might give it a go. I’m wondering how these would work with fabric inks? Or do you have to use paint?
Lesley Gilbert says
I watched on you tube so I could give you a rating 🙂
If you noticed, the product that I used is called “fabric ink” -but I get a little muddled with terminology. To me, “ink” is a transparent, thin liquid that could be in a marker, stamp pad, or liquid, in a bottle. And a “paint” is somehow more viscous (syrup consistency) and is usually in a tube or bottle. SO… that being said, it’s easier to apply a thicker product (like a paint) to the stamp but as you see in my review I also colored it with a marker (like an ink) and got that work too.