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Imagine Crafts StazOn Midi Review

Imagine Crafts contacted me last month asking if I'd be interested in reviewing some of their products. I said yes, obviously, thinking they'd send me a couple of ink pads that I'd get to play with. I was surprised (in a good way) to receive a medium flat rate box packed with supplies!

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One of the many products I received from Imagine Crafts were 8 different colors of the new StazOn Midis! These are just like the larger StazOn ink pads, specially formulated for non-porous surfaces like glass, metal, ceramic, and more only they come in a smaller size.

Although I'm honestly not sure why they're called "midi" instead of "mini".

For my first project using them, I just used them on plain white paper. I used a hexagon patterned stamp by Inspired By Stamping. I used multiple colors of the Midis and loved how vibrant they were.

I know the StazOn inks are wonderful for non-porous surfaces, but I wanted to see how well they worked on the super popular wood veneer embellishments. I used some background stamps on a few wooden hearts by Imagine Crafts to test this out.

I was quite pleased with the results!

StazOn ink is definitely the best ink I've found to use to stamp on photos. Stamping on photos can definitely be tricky, you want to make sure to have plenty of ink on your stamp and not mash down to hard.

I've always had trouble with my glossy photo paper sticking to my stamp instead of just staying put like normal paper when stamping. I still had this problem with StazOn, but with a *much* better result.

I also used the Midi's to stamp on both fabric tape and Imagine Crafts Vertigo with success!

So, My thoughts on the new StazOn Midis? They're small, but amazing! These little Midis might just be my new go-to inks!

Be sure to check out Imagine Crafts if you're looking for any new inky supplies! You can find them on the web here-

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I was compensated for this by with free product from Imagine Crafts, but all opinions are my own.
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I'm Katie, the artist behind the blog Punk Projects. I love everything crafty, I drink tea all day long, I'm a bit of a nerd, and I usually have ink or paint on my hands.

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