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This package contains one Media Grip Mat that is going to change the way you use your Glass Media Mat (sold separately). This two-sided sticky mat will allow you to keep your stencils in one place when ink blending and using other mixed media products. This mat will also help keep your paper in place when stamping and coloring your designs.
Contents: One Media Grip Mat designed by Tim Holtz for Tonic Studio.
Measurements/Size: This mat measures 10.5" x 12".
With all these amazing features, are you sold on this mat? When someone makes a high quality, useful product that will make your crafting life easier, it should be bought! This mat will make stenciling so much easier when the stencil and paper stick where they are supposed to and the ink stays where it is supposed to. Stamping and then coloring your designs will be so much easier also.
Compatibility: This mat is designed to be used with the Tim Holtz Glass Media Mat (sold separately).
How to Clean: Simply use soap and water to clean the mat, and allow the mat to air dry.
With the name Tim Holtz on this product, you know it will be a useful tool for any crafter. You also know that it will be of superb quality and last a very long time. This Media Mat will help you create beautiful stenciled designs with a multitude of mixed media products without any goof-ups since the stencil and/or papers will stay where they are supposed to. You will love creating with this product and wonder how you lived without it for so long!
This is one of the best products since Scrapbooking and card making became a thing. Finally, a way to keep cardstock and/or stencils in place without having to use tape, so that you have to either cut a larger piece of cardstock than you need or tapes that aren't really temporary and that end up tearing the cardstock . It is also great to use with stamp positioners. This eliminates the necessity of using magnets and allows stamping of the entire area. No more having to stick the cardstock in a corner. I plan to buy more of these to cut up and use as Tim Holtz's did in his video.
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