Some of these are my own and some came from folks online. If you have a tip to share let me know and I will link it below.
Don't spend a fortune buying enamel dots for your projects. You can make them yourself following these simple steps:
Caution these give off an odor! You are melting plastic. Best not to do before company comes over...
Use as a template for evenly spaced dots on your projects!
Idea from Pam Callagham. Check out her page HERE for photos!
When you unwrap the foil, the "cooked" B plate is as flat as a pancake and all the paper that was caught in the cut groves is sittiing on the surface. It can be brushed right off.
Going over the surface of your stamp with a rubber eraser will give your surface a little texture for ink to grip to. It works on both clear and rubber varieties of stamps.