If you enjoy designing and creating with stencils or masks you're going to want to add this must-have Pixie Spray by iCraft for Thermo O Web to your crafting supply stash! This amazing repositionable adhesive adds a light tack to your stencils to allow you to achieve flawless stencil design to your cards, pages, tags, and other creative projects.
What's Included: One 3.81 ounce can of repositionable adhesive
You'll love that you can "tack-le" your projects with this adhesive that gently holds stencils in place and will not tear your paper or leave a sticky residue behind. No more will you have to worry about destroying your collection of stencils with tapes or when you are trying to hold them down with your fingers.
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Grab a can or two of Pixie Spray today and you too will get crisp lines and perfect stencil design every time you use it. Be prepared, because you're going to get flawless stencil design with this amazing product!
Here's what our amazing customers are saying about Pixie Spray:
THE PERFECT HOLD
"Wonderful product. Holds stencils in place without fear of smudging, tearing or slipping. It has so many possible uses for temporary stickcability! Love it. Must buy more!" - lindaokeefe
"I love it! It allows me to not only tack down my stencils, but I can also tack down my card stock as well!" - Robicorbin
VERY EASY TO USE
"Works as promised and not strong-smelling during spray." - Hamandayoung
This was my first experience with Pixie spray and I having heard high reviews on it, I didn't anticipate any problems as long as I followed the instructions. Because I planned to use many stencils the following day, I prepared a large well-ventilated area, lay the stencils down, shook the can, and began spraying. I was surprised that the spray came out in a wide stream rather than a mist, but continued to spray, making sure that the entire surface of each stencil was covered. I even made sure to shake the can before every couple of stencils so was surprised when the can abruptly stopped working despite feeling fairly heavy with contents obviously remaining in the can. I was glad I had purchased two cans and decided to use the second can for the remaining stencils. Much to my horror, the 2nd can sprayed in a mist and lightly coated the stencils, instead of the heavy coating the first can left. When the first, heavily coated stencils were still extremely sticky hours later, I tried removing the Pixie spray, first with soap and water and then hand sanitizer to no avail. I then tried rubbing alcohol which only came through the stencils, leaving both sides of the stencils extremely sticky. The following day I used one of the initial stencils which was damaged, but less than others, and was heartbroken when despite gently lifting it off the paper, several patches of paper stuck to the stencil and ruined the paper. It is obvious to me, I not only wasted money on a can of Pixie spray, but far more important, I ruined almost half my precious collection of stencils with a defective can of Pixie spray.
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