Stick and Stamp Mat
The Brutus Monroe stick and stamp mat is a versatile low stick mat that can be utilized to hold your project in place while working. This mat can be used while ink blending and positioning your die cut letters just right. Use this mat to place your stencil on top of your project and you will never need to use tape to secure your stencil again! Place your mat in your favorite stamp positioner to hold you project in place while you are using large background stamps or when utilizing stamps that require a larger area to be secured.
Stick and Stamp Mat Size : 6.5"x8.5"
When cleaning your mat, do not use an abrasive sponge, cloth, or brush. This mat will come clean of ink and mediums with the use of a soft cloth and water. Using our specially formulated mat mist is suggested to prolong the life of your mat. When using your Stick and Stamp mat, do not apply any strong adhesive tape to the sticky portion of the mat as this can cause damage to and or remove the sticky mat coating.
Please Note: When you first receive your stick and stamp mat, it will be at the standard tack level, over time the tack level will become lower and the removal of your cardstock will become easier. In order to remove your paper from your stick and stamp mat you will want to roll the mat in order to release the cardstock. Lower grade and weight of paper is not recommended for the Stick and Stamp Mat.
This stick and stamp mat is the greatest addition to my crafting supplies. I like to use my Misti positioned tool a lot and this mat keeps my Cardstock from moving. It’s so much easier than depending on Buckley magnets. I’ve tried knock offs but they are either too sticky and ruin my paper or not sticky enough, this one is perfect.
The Stick and Stamp Mat is a game changer for blending and most ink work. Get one, use it, you'll be amazed.
Love this mat, it fits perfectly in my Misti and holds my Cardstock down.
The mat is one of my fave craftroom tools! A must for every crafter! It's so good..I have 3!
Does the job well. Takes a bit of getting used to, be careful to fully bend the mat before releasing paper or cardstock. At least initially until one gets used to it, not taking such care may tear the back of your cardstock.