Stamp design is about 1" in width.
Learn tips and tricks for stamping soap in the Soap Queen TV video below.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Stephanie, I’m sorry to hear you were disappointed with this soap stamp. We have found soap stamps work best when the soap has had several days to cure and become hard, and when using a mallet to ensure the design transfers thoroughly onto the soap. You may enjoy our
Acrylic Soap Stamps in the future, they have deeper and more complex designs.
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