COOL STAMPING TOOL REVIEW – MISTI is what we have for you today. I am so excited to show you this tool! I think there are a million ways to use this tool for your creations and here I have one way to use it. If you didn’t know, MISTI stands for Most Incredible Stamping Tool Invented. It is made by www.mysweetpetunia.com. If you are someone that likes to stamp multiple items, two or more stepped stamping projects, or to use multiple stamps on one creation.. THIS TOOL IS FOR YOU! We have a few pics below to show you how the MISTI works but I would recommend that you watch the video in order to see it in action!
This is the MISTI. There are a few different sizes so be sure to check out their website to see which one would best suit your needs.
Here is the front of the box that it came in.
The one I have used in the demo is 8 1/8″ x 10 1/2″. The box also has directions on the outside of the box as a guide for use.
As you can see, the MISTI comes with very clear markings so that you can use specific measurements to align your project just right.
For this demo, I am using the Awareness Ribbon Set #5 – See Autism with your Heart Stamp Set.
To use this with photo polymer stamps, be sure the black foam insert (as shown) is at the base of the MISTI. This ensures proper pressure for the perfect stamped image. Take out your stamps and place them on the foam for placement.
Arrange your stamps so that they look how you want them to on your creation.
Press down so that the acrylic back sticks to the photo polymer stamp.
This is how it looks once it has stuck.
Here is a close up of the back of the acrylic.
Ink your stamps and place your paper down on the foam pad at the base of the MISTI.
Once inked, close the acrylic sheet.
Press down on the acrylic so it stamps your image(s) on the paper completely.
Your stamped image is complete! Now you can stamp this one more time or hundreds and get the same exact effect! Be sure to ink properly and you are set to create away!
Thank you for joining us today! We hope you enjoyed our product tutorial and going on A Creative Journey with Melissa.