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Faburo 24 Colors Ink Pads Colorful Ink Pad for Stamping Card Making DIY Craft Ink pads
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- Pack of 24 pieces DIY finger ink pads in different colors. Various colors provide you with colorful fun.
- The bright colors of the ink pads are attractive for kids and inspire their creativity and imagination on craft stamping and card making. The ink will dry quickly on the blanket paper.
- Having the CE certification and qualified environmental testing.
- If your kids have the ink on their hands, it is easy to clean their hands with soap since the ink is water-soluble.
- Attention: The ink pads are not available to kids under 3 years old.
Warning: Use under adult supervision
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Style Name:24 Colors Ink Pads
Package included:Colorful ink pads* 24pcs
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2 April 2018
Style: 26pcs Animal StampersVerified Purchase
The stamps are built of high-quality plastic and the ink it comes with is of high quality and doesn't smudge as easy as some other ink of the same price. The stamps are easy to use and I do not see them breaking or wearing out with general use.
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21 February 2018
The stamps arrived promptly and my toddler enjoys playing with them. Only complaint is that a few started off with too much ink so the images were blurry but seemed to sort themselves out after being stamped a couple of times.