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Ohio4HMom
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but I can't figure out what the brand name is for that brown craft paper that everyone uses to work on - especially for stamping, etc.

any ideas? I tried finding it on here but couldn't.


 
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Do you mean this?


 
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Do you mean kraft color cardstock? Lots of people use it. It is similar to a brown paper sack color but different companies make it & the shades vary.


 
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I purchased some 8 1/2 x 11 kraft color (brown) card stock at HL. It's the Paper Studio brand. Not very expensive.


 
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No its not cardstock. Its like a shiny brown paper that you put under your work and it wipes clean...

I thought it was called Kraft or Craft paper


 
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The Bazzill Splat Mat! I think Inkadinkado makes one too.


 
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Bazzill Basics - Splat Mat - 18x15 Inches


 
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You can get that mat at Ms or Js. I just gave mine to DGS - he discovered inking and distressing. It is expensive for the size so waiting for a coupon to get me another one or two.


 
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You're thinking of a non-stick craft mat, such as the one made by Ranger, which rolls up when not in use.


 
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Yep, the craft sheet by Ranger! Awesome product. A definite must have in my opinion.


 
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Designguykory gave me the idea to go to the Dollar Tree and pick up one of those plastic cutting mats. They come in a set of 2 for $1, and it works perfect. The ink applicator glides effortlessly on it, and then you can just wipe it off. When they do get too gross, just toss it. 2 for $1 can't be beat!!


 
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I got the Splat Mat in my NSBD prize package - it's awesome!
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  • Solitaire Said:
You're thinking of a non-stick craft mat, such as the one made by Ranger, which rolls up when not in use.




THATS IT!!!!

Thank you!!!


 
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  • flintridgescrapper Said:
Designguykory gave me the idea to go to the Dollar Tree and pick up one of those plastic cutting mats. They come in a set of 2 for $1, and it works perfect. The ink applicator glides effortlessly on it, and then you can just wipe it off. When they do get too gross, just toss it. 2 for $1 can't be beat!!



Kory to the rescue! thats a great idea!!


 
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  • Vae on 07-04-12 08:10 AM
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I just got one of these Ranger craft sheets. So far I love it, but there's some adhesive on it that I can't seem to remove. They advertise that nothing can stick to this. Any tips on how to clean it off?

Thanks!


 
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If u use a scraper, similar to Pampered Chef's pan or stone scraper, the adhesive will come right off


 
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I have two of the ranger mats and love them.


 
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Or, if you want disposable, get a roll of brown kraft wrapping paper (probably also at the dollar store or office supply).

Or butcher paper?


 
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disposable is a good idea too but I think I'm going to give the cheap cutting sheets a try first

Thanks for the ideas!!!


 
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Also at the dollar store you can find rolls of drawer liner. That works good too and it's pretty big


 
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Oh, how would a roll of that work? I have some, just maybe not the right kind? I have the ranger LOVE IT - but I need more space.

Tim even said in one of his videos - Oh all your going to need its this little one because all you do is work right here.

Well now we us it as a paint pallet, blah pallet & this n that pallet LOL I need 1 just for paints, stains ect LoL


 
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