Sizzix - Inksheets - 4 x 6 Transfer Film - White - 5 Sheets

Sizzix - Inksheets - 4 x 6 Transfer Film - White - 5 Sheets

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Make a better first impression with Sizzix Inksheets! Now you can add a whole new dimension to your creativity by creating perfect, smudge-free dry ink impressions. Inksheets can be used with cardstock, craft foil, leather, magnet sheet, plastic, suede, shrink plastic, sponge and wood paper to easily simulate...  Full Description & Details
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Make a better first impression with Sizzix Inksheets! Now you can add a whole new dimension to your creativity by creating perfect, smudge-free dry ink impressions. Inksheets can be used with cardstock, craft foil, leather, magnet sheet, plastic, suede, shrink plastic, sponge and wood paper to easily simulate the popular metallic foil and chalkboard looks. Sizzix Inksheets easily transfer ink onto your projects with three fun ways to create: cut and color at once with wafer-thin, chemical-etched dies, add all over designs embossing folders or personalize with a handwritten message or doodle. No adhesive or hot plate is necessary for foil transfers. This set includes five White Transfer Film Sheets. Each Transfer Film Sheet measures 4" x 6". Note: When transferring Inksheets with dies, a specially designed Transfer Pad is used in place of a Standard Cutting Pad.
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  • Can you use the same sheet over and over again?   By: suebartlett (27-Jun-16) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • It depends on how much of the space your original impression covered. If it was an open design, you may be able to use parts of it again. If it was an all-over pattern, you'd have a lot of gaps. Think of it as cutting a mimeograph stencil (if you're old enough to remember those). ;-) By: kkuehnle (28-Jun-16) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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