Stamping Accessories

Stamping Accessories

All the gadgets and gizmos can be found in our range of Stamping Accessories, including everything needed to begin adding stamped images to your paper craft projects.

Handy Hippo has complied a collection of Stamping Accessories that include the must-haves for every stamper, to the nice-to-have tools.

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In our Stamping category, we have given you information on the most common types of stamps used in paper crafting, which include cling and clear stamps. Now letメs review some of the accessories every stamper should have, as well as some of the tools for techniques when using your Stamps, Ink & Stamp Pads, and Embossing Powders.

  • Acrylic Blocks for stamps will stick to, so you can position and reposition them on the block before inking and stamping onto your paper or card. You can see-through the acrylic block so that you are trying to line up your image on the paper, this allows you to build up your image and get it exactly where you want it the first time around.
  • Blending Tools allow precise application of inks, paints and other craft mediums without any mess. Particularly useful for applying Distress Inks to give an aged, vintage feel to cards and scrapbook pages.
  • Brayers allow you to create your very own textured roller stamps and transfer stamped designs to card, paper and fabric.
  • Stamp Cleaners to clean inks from your stamps and work surfaces. All stamps should be cleaned after every use.
  • Heat Guns provide a heat source for embossing, drying wet inks, shrinking plastic, remelting adhesives or warming up craft foam. Our heat guns are most popular to use with embossing powders. Simply, sprinkle a little powder over a freshly stamped image, while the ink is still wet, and shake off any excess. Hold the Heat Tool a few inches from a section of the stamped image at a 45 degree angle and away from you. Once that sections becomes raised and shiny, quickly move to the next section, and so on, until you achieve the desired effect on the entire image. Note: Do not overheat embossing powder as it may bubble.

You will also find in our Stamping Accessories, storage solutions, ink applicators and replacement pads, and other tools for easier achievement of stamping techniques.