NAME STAMPS INSTRUCTIONS

Welcome Happy Stamper!

Tinyme Name Stamps are lovingly pre-inked at Tinyme HQ, and are ready to get STAMPING the moment they're out of the box!

Recommended Fabrics

The Clothing Name Stamp Ink works best on thicker and tightly woven fabrics such as;

• Cotton
• Polyester
• Elastine

Before You Apply

1. We recommend testing stamping on a spare piece of clothing or paper to perfect your stamping quality (imprint location & pressure). 

2. The clothing ink may bleed through thinner garments, so get your Blank Iron-On Labels ready if you have them. 

Note: Applying greater pressure while stamping will result in more ink being released during the imprint.

How To Apply

1. Lay your garment on a flat, smooth and hard surface. 

2. Locate the desired stamp location and apply moderate pressure to leave an impression.

3. Leave for 15 minutes to dry before use, and 24 hours before washing.

How to Refill the Clothing Name Stamp

1. Remove the Stamp Pad by pressing on the left and right latches 

2. Flip the Stamp Pad. Place one-two drops of ink into each hole.

3. Repeat Step 2 until the pad no longer soaks up ink

4. Place the Stamp Pad back into the stamp shell

Note: If the ink pad no longer absorbs ink, it has been overfilled. Simply flip the stamp pad (holes facing down) onto a paper towel until the excess ink has drained.

 

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Tinyme Name Stamps come pre-inked and are ready to go the moment they arrive! You may want to do some test stamps on a spare piece of clothing or piece of paper. When you're ready, locate the desired position for the imprint and apply moderate pressure to leave an impression on your piece of clothing or hard surface. Applying greater pressure while stamping will result in more ink being released during the imprint.  

Tips and Tricks for Clothing Name Stamps

  • Once you've found your happy stamping spot, lay it flat on a smooth and hard surface. 
  • The Clothing Name Stamp ink works best on thicker and tighter weaved fabrics like cotton, polyester, and elastine. 
  • To leave a clearer impression on thinner or darker clothes, you can buy Blank Iron-On Labels here.

Open the base lid of the Clothing Name Stamp to gain access to the black stamp pad. Remove the stamp pad by pressing on the left and right latches and slowly lift the stamp pad from the white stamp shell. Flip the stamp pad and place one to two drops of clothing ink into each of the three wells. Wait until the clothing ink is no longer visible and fully absorbed into the stamp pad. Repeat this process until the stamp pad no longer soaks up any ink. Once done, carefully return the black stamp pad into the white stamp shell. 

If the ink is not being absorbed into the stamp pad, the stamp pad has been overfilled. Simply flip the stamp pad, with the wells facing down, onto paper towels until the excess ink has been drained. 

IRON ON CLOTHING LABEL INSTRUCTIONS

Please note: If garment is not suitable for hot iron be careful & iron at own risk. Never iron directly onto the label.

1. Preheat DRY iron to medium-high heat. Do not exceed garment recommended iron temperature.

2. Peel off the label & place onto fully dry garment, text side up. Please note: Labels applied to damp garments will not adhere properly.

3. Cover label with supplied parchment paper & press firmly with iron for 8–10 seconds.

4. If edges are not fully stuck (try peeling label off with fingernail), you may need to increase temperature, pressure or time & repeat above steps.

5. Safety Check: Before giving any item to small children, check that the name labels are fully and safely adhered.

WARNING: Labels can be a choking hazard.