Before you Start Stamping:
NAME-DROPPER Stamp (BLACK INK and WHITE INK)
The stamps are not interchangeable. Switching cartridges from black to white or vice versa results in a light gray imprint that is unsatisfactory and will not hold up to laundering.
Black ink on Brighter / Lighter (yellow, white, green, red, etc.) color clothes
White Ink on Darker (navy, black, dark green, etc) color clothes
PLACE-HOLDER: Insert the NAME-DROPPER Stamp into the PLACE-HOLDER for Layered deep
When stamping socks, insert a ruler or similar flat object into the sock so you are stamping against only one thickness of the sock… Not the two sides together lying on top of each other.
The PLACE-HOLDER tool is especially helpful when stamping sweatshirts and other thick materials… and is a must when stamping dark clothes with white ink.
Great for all other imprints as well, as it lets you lift the stamp and view the imprint and then replace it exactly where it was positioned before and stamp again if desired.
Stamp Care: The ink will dry out if left in the stamp uncovered.
Iron-one tape: Once you have stamped your name on the blank white tape using the LABEL-MAKER (cut rounded corners if using continuous iron-on tape) cover with parchment paper (included in kit) to protect material and iron on to clothing once holding the iron in place for approximately 30 seconds. For best results, wait 1 minute to cool then replace the paper and iron a second time.