How hard are these daubers to find in a store? I've had no luck at my local JoAnn shop, or Michaels. Maybe they are just out of stock when I am looking. They really are that good. I don't know. I am glad I found them right here on Scrapbook.com, though. These daubers fit my fingers just right. They are durable and a cinch to use. Delivery was very timely and the price was reasonable for a bag of 10. Hope you keep selling them. I will be back!
These daubers were just introduced to me as an addition to distressing ink pads. I was applying my 2 X 2 ink pads directly to the paper and couldn't get the control I wanted using that technique. Then a friend told me about these litte life savers!!! Slip them on your finger tip, dab them in your ink pad, and discress the edges of your work with excellent control and results!!! A must have for any scrapper who distresses!!! Enjoy...
I am new to daubers - thanks to a fellow stamper in our Card Ministry group at Church. I really like using these and bought the case for them too. I put a scrap of paper under each dauber naming the ink I use them with and that way I can keep reusing them. I vary the effect of the sponge by using the sides too rather than just straight down. That makes for a softer edge rather than a circle.
I love these sponge daubers. I use alot of chalking in my scrapbooking and these little finger daubers are so easy to use. I also love the little case that houses the daubers. I have 3 now, one for chalks, one for inks and one for the unused ones. It keeps my daubers from getting messed up by touching each other.