"Free Shipping" reward
I receive a "free shipping reward" on my monthly invoice but when I try to use the code, it states "this code can’t be used with this method of payment"….however, I’m signed in and it is being charged to my HSN card (which is what it says on the details of the code). Are there different HSN cards …… and if that’s the problem, why is the reward on the monthly bill for a card that can’t be used??? I’m confused….
You have to have a sad story to be picked. So you need to work on that. :womanindifferent: I, myself, am the daughter of poor coal miners who were also sharecroppers. We all had to slave in the mines and fields just to survive. (Any tears yet?) We worked our fingers to the bone and I’m now typing with nubs. We was "po." That $25 gift card would allow me to buy gloves to cover my cold, chapped hands for winters are harsh here on the streets of Brooklyn and in our little tar paper shack on the outskirts of town. <sniff, sniff>
Hi, I have been a stamper for years & was so excited when they came out w/ clear ones! However, I quickly found that most did not give me the same quality results as my rubber stamps. As they became more popular & I ran out of room for all those big wood blocks, I decided to try the clear ones once more. I tried all kinds of different things in order to "season" the stamps so that I would get the same ink coverage & intensity that my rubber stamps gave.
I got some improvement; but still not enough until I decided to try to sand them! It worked GREAT!! I used a white very fine grit fingernail sanding block & very lightly sanded them until they no longer had any shine on the image surface. Very easy & only takes a min. or 2 & the result is great as the ink no longer beads up & I get great coverage!
The only downside is that it can cause staining w/ some inks; but most clear stamps change color anyway after a while & staining does not effect the stamps ability to work at all. I use a stamp scrubber w/ water & bit of plain dawn & that works great!
So just thought I would share this great little trick. Has anyone ever heard or tried this? or know of another tip for using clear stamps?
In re the gold vs. black inks: Try the gold ink on darker paper. Some of the inks are meant for darker backgrounds. I don’t know about the xyron because I use glue sticks, Ailene’s Tacky Glue and Diamond Glaze for adhering different kinds of materials. I’ve heard so much bad about glue sticks, but I have great luck with them.
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03.26.15 1:59 AM