About Our Products
Is Lawn Fawn paper scrapbook safe?
Yes! Our paper is acid and lignin free and completely scrapbook friendly. Our paper is also FSC certified, made in the USA, and has a 65# weight (80# for kraft paper) that is perfect for making cards, scrapbooking, and more.
What are your stamps made out of?
Our stamps are made in the USA from the finest photopolymer available. We did extensive research to find the best product out there, and it shows! These stamps carry ink like a dream, will not tear, and have a nice cushion when stamping. You’re going to love them!
Why not red rubber?
Now, we would like to address something we often hear: “clear stamps don’t stamp as well as red rubber.” The reason is this: not all clear stamps are created equally. There are many companies out there carrying stamps that are made of silicone or vinyl. These materials weren’t designed to carry ink, and therefore the ink beads up. Photopolymer is meant to carry ink. It has the qualities necessary to do so.
Lawn Fawn stamps are always made from clear photopolymer (never silicone or vinyl!) and are made in the USA too. So not only are you getting the best quality out there, you are also supporting industry in the United States. It’s a win win for everyone!
How do I break-in my new stamps?
All stamps (including red rubber) require conditioning. Everyone has a different process for this. Some people like to lightly run an eraser over the stamp and then clean it. Others like to repeatedly ink and stamp on scratch paper until it gives that perfect image. The one thing we can say is, the more you use your stamps, the better they will stamp. Stamps need your love, so start creating!
Do I need to clean my stamps?
We highly recommend cleaning your stamps. Yes, we’re looking at you! Using our stamp cleaner not only cleans your stamps, but it also conditions them. It will help you get that perfect impression every time.
Photopolymer stamps will appear to loose their “cling” after time. This is because lint and dust has collected on your stamps. We recommend washing your stamps every once in a while in a mild soap and water bath. Rinse them off, let them dry and they will be like new!
A note: some inks might stain your stamps. Don’t worry! They still work well and no one will ever know!