Say goodbye to torn cardstock and bleed through in your carefully stenciled designs when you have the Therm O Web Purple Tape and Pixie Spray bundle in your craft supplies. These two must-have products are absolutely essential to helping you create masterpieces when die cutting, masking, ink blending, stenciling, and more!
Never again will you have a smudged stencil creation or a stamped die cut that got torn after running through your die cutting machine. This dynamic duo of products is waiting to make your creative life so much easier!
Features of Purple Tape:
You may think that any old tape will do the trick for temporarily holding something in place, but once you try Purple Tape, you'll never go back to any others! Toss the masking tape, painter's tape, and decorative washi - this tape is the only one you need! It's low-tack direct from the roll, applies and repositions easily, holds firmly, and doesn't leave any residue on your project. It's everything you need and more!
Features of Pixie Spray:
How to Use Pixie Spray With Stencils:
Once you try Pixie Spray with stenciling, you'll wonder why you've been holding down stencils with your hands or tape this whole time! It allows for precision results with ink, mousse, paste, gel, adhesive and more! Get ahold of these two perfect products for pretty projects every time!
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I was using washi tape to hold my dies down but sometimes it peels the paper off in removal. This tape worked very well. I’m going to put it in a tape dispenser like Jennifer McGuire suggested to have it handy. I also use it to tape watercolor paper down to use.
This doesn't need a review, everyone knows it is the best "tacky" tape to hold dies in place and not take the top layer of paper with it when it is removed! I put mine in a heavy tape dispenser so I can tear it off one handed. Easy
This tape is amazing! It holds my die cuts onto the paper so that I get a precise cut for stamped images. And you can reuse the pieces a couple of times before they are no longer sticky. So a little goes a long way!
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