I love this sheet!!! It really saved my butt when I spilled some alcohol ink on the table. Thankfully, it spilled on the craft sheet. It's very slick so you are able to use the ink blender the way Tim Holtz does (ie., bringing the ink onto the paper from the sheet). The slickness is great, but I wish that just one side was slick and not both sides because it tends to slide around on the table as you work. Aside from that, I really love it!
I have wanted this CRAFT SHEET ever since I saw Tim Holtz use it in one of his videos. I absolutely love Tim and Ranger products. This CRAFT SHHET will not let you down. It is very easy to clean. Either wipe up the ink or paint while wet or wiat for it to dry and peel it off. I love embossing on it because it can withstand the heat of the heating tool. I am planning on buying an additional one for baking.
This sheet is a must have to protect your scrap/craft area. You will not be disappointed.
I purchased two of these Craft Sheets after watching a Tim Holtz video. I destroyed my favorite self healing cutting mat when I forgot to remove it before using my heat gun. With this craft mat I don't have to worry about heat damage from embossing, ironing, and hot glue.
My daughter uses the second one as a work surface for her jewelry making. There is not way to be disappointed with this product. I plan to plug it on my blog!
Easy to clean, you can apply paints right on the mat like a palette, and it just washes right off. Paper mâché? Cleans like a breeze. The only thing it can't do is withstand cutting. Ruined one by using my exacto knife in a hurry, and that took it's toll over time. Love this mat, keeps my worksite tidy, protects my work surface, and makes the creative process that much easier because you can use it as a part of the process.
I bought 2 of these, one for each work table, after the instruct of the 12 days of tags series. I expected something more substantial and thicker. It slides around on my work surfaces and is difficult to get all of the residue of crafting wiped off as the mat slides around and then gets creased when wiping. Overall, a great idea and decent size but not what works well for me and the size could be wider by about 6 inches to help me out. I think, perhaps, that a silicon baking mat would be cheaper, thicker, wider, and attain the same result.