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    Smile Fiskars Easy Stamp Press

    Well, it has arrived, so, as promised I will let you know what I think. I ordered it because I struggle with large stamps and blocks due to an arthritic thumb. Well, this gadget is perfect for me. Simple tool I know, but it makes a big difference, easy to use and accurate. Perfect impression and no slipping - or dropped acrylic block. So, this might actually get used instead of sitting gathering dust.
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    Did you go for the big one or the small one? I'd thought of getting the big one, but someone said that the smaller one was more useful (though don't understand why).

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    I went for the big one as I wanted it for larger stamps. Unless I am missing something ( pipe down! ), there doesn't seem any point in going for the small one.
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    Too true CC, if you're gonna have one - have a big 'un LOL !!
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    The reason for going for the smaller one is you need to clear less space on your desk ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by playingwithpaper View Post
    The reason for going for the smaller one is you need to clear less space on your desk ;)

    Ah bless, you have seen the 'junk' on my craft table I take it! ;)

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