Tim Holtz/ Tonic Stamping Platform Review
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Today I’m doing a video review of the Tim Holtz/ Tonic Stamping Platform! This is yet another version of a stamping positioner tool, adding to the ranks of the Misti, We R Memory Keepers, and Hero Arts tools. (Guess I should do a comparison of all of them, right?)
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves! First let’s look at the Tim Holtz/ Tonic Stamping Platform as it’s described on the Simon Says Stamp website:
An innovative surface for precision stamping with Rubber and Clear stamps. Take your stamping to the next level with the Tim Holtz Stamp Platform. Designed to perfectly accommodate both clear and rubber stamps – and engineered to ensure an accurate even contact every time – the Tim Holtz Stamp Platform is a must have for any creative stamper!
Highly durable, the Tim Holtz Stamp Platform is perfect for crafters attending classes or clubs or anyone requiring a tool for extensive stamping.
8.5 x 8.5 inch top and side ruler: marked in both imperial and metric measurements accurately placing stamps at specific intervals couldn’t be easier.
1 x sturdy magnetic base plate with dual side and top measuring rulers
1 x clear dual thickness, metal hinged stamping plate. Each side is marked to show the thickness of stamp that should be used. Use one side for clear stamps and the other for rubber stamps. Guarantees a perfect, even contact between stamp and medium.
2 x high strength magnets used to clamp the medium in place when stamping.
What makes the Tim Holtz/ Tonic Stamping Platform really innovative is the flip lid! You can remove the lid from the hinge and flip it over to accommodate both red rubber and clear cling stamps!
But it’s SOOOO much easier to show you- so here’s the video review!
After using the Tim Holtz/ Tonic Stamping Platform I do find it easy to use, and I’m not put off by having to re-ink a few times. It’s worth it to have the paper and stamp be in the exact same place every time! And I like that I can remove the hinge and use it for an extra work surface- those magnets come in handy!
I’d love to hear your thoughts, and weigh in if you’d like to see a side-by-side-by-side of stamping positioners/platforms!
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