Saturday before I went to have a completely wonderful day early Mother's Day with the kiddos in Madison, I stopped at Archivers. (poor me--not!) I haven't been happy with my white stamp pads, and asked one of the helpers which they recommended. She chose a Stayzon Opaque white. Tried it this morning on this card:
Not sure if I like it better, (the ink, that is) but at least it didn't fade too much. Scraps of red, kraft, and a Bazzill base. The stamp is PTI.
Here is what my sister does:
Cut a strip of drywall tape
Here, I've used some chipboard letters, but Sue also used letters she's cut out with her Cricut. There are two sides to the tape, with one being a smidge more sticky. That's the side to stick the letters (or what ever you want to be pretty straight) on. And naturally, they should be backwards. Add your adhesive when you are satisfied that everything is straight.
Flip over and press onto your creation. Gently peel off drywall tape. And that's what Sue does. Gotta run, but email me with any questions. Happy dances everyone.