Good: Way better results than I could get using my hand.
Comment: These require some practice! Not as simple as Jennifer McGuire makes it look. There's a lot of give and take when using these ... practice, practice, practice. AND for my brain, having the alphabet spread about in a chaotic fashion is NOT my cup of tea. Takes extra effort just to find the letter you wish to use.
This alphabet is great. You have to stamp each letter individually, but when you finish your word looks like brush lettering. There's a video that explains how to use the Sophisticated Script by Concord and 9th which is the same as this alphabet only larger.
I use this set on certificates or cards by first setting my type on my computer for spacing, then print it on paper. There are online typesetting font charts to download and print so you know what size the stamp alphabet is. I then go to my light table and replicate the spacing and placement using this type on my actual certificate. Hit: after printing the word or name, etc., fold your paper in half , lining up the front edge of the first letter of the word with the back edge of the last word, to find the exact middle. Fold. Unfold and line up that center fold-line with the exact center of your card, or certificate for perfect placement. This works on all stamp typesetting.
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