Apple Pie Memories - Position-it Stamping Tool

Apple Pie Memories - Position-it Stamping Tool

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Description & Information

The non-slip, Position-it from Apple Pie Memories is perfect for card makers and scrapbookers. Simply position and align images, or parts of images and reapply detail after painting or coloring, correct an image that has been previously mis-stamped, build up the color value of an image, and emboss images that have been previously stamped. Each package contains:
  • A 1" and a 2" Sub-Positioner that allows you to move further into your work or can work as positioners on their own.
  • 10'' x 11 1/2'' x 1/4'' thick gridded board
  • Two positioners measuring 7 1/2'' x 7 1/2'' and 5" x 5'' with no-slip feet
  • Three acrylic pegs
  • Complete instructions for use

  • SKU: pp-ha-9976 UPC: 705105999760

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      great help

      I have only got to play with this once since receiving it but it is going to be a big help. I am well known for only getting part of the stamp on so now I can stamp it again without messing up. Love it.

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    • An Anonymous User
      The picture does not show every item listed in the written description. The picture shows the mat, the pegs and the black spacers, but not shown are the white corner pieces that come standard with this tool. Please clarify which is correct, the description or the picture. Thanks.   By: User (27-Jul-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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