Introducing Paper Pouncers!

Jen Kray Paper Pouncers

Hi friends! I'm Jen, the Content Manager here at Picket Fence Studios and today I'm talking about our new product - Paper Pouncers! 

What is a Paper Pouncer?
Paper Pouncers is a tool for direct ink application on intricate die cuts and stencils.
Is this taking the place of blending brushes?
No. This is a high-quality sponge and ink applicator, not a blending tool.
How do you use them?
Paper Pouncers is a quick and easy way to apply ink, including embossing ink.
You pounce the ink directly onto your surface, rather than blend. The high-quality sponge will not tear or snag delicate die cuts or stencils. For targeted control, hold where the handle meets the sponge.
Are they easy to use?
Yes. The Paper Pouncers are ergonomic in design and easy to use. This is ideal for anyone with hand, wrist, elbow or finger issues as the pouncing motion is very gentle. 
Cleaning recommendation
Gently pounce onto a piece of scrap paper or onto a damp cloth. Please note that if they are submerged in water, they may expand.
There are so many things you can do with Paper Pouncers, and the above is just a guide to get you started.
There are currently two different  packs available: 
Next, I'm going to share a few cards I made using the Paper Pouncers. 
Using Paper Pouncers with stencils is a quick and easy way to apply ink! 
Pouncing onto intricate die cuts has never been so easy. The sponge wont tear or snag your paper, and as you can see, the colors ombre effortlessly. Adding ink directly to delicate die cuts takes seconds! 
It's true that Paper Pouncers are not an ink-blending tool, however, you can add detail with them after you've ink blended.
For example, after using my Life Changing Blender Brushes, I went in and used Candied Apple Oxide Ink at the bottom to create a vivid red.
Once that had dry for a minute or two, I went over the bottom edge with Black Soot Distress Oxide for a punch of depth. 
Sometimes I find blender brushes leave harsh lines, especially when working around edges, but the Pouncers are more gentle and don't 'scratch' the paper. 
By the way, isn't this tulle shaker the best?! 
I've also added embossing ink to the stamp, and then heat embossed the large image.
As long as your pad is a little juicy and not try, this works incredibly well! 
I've also used clear embossing powder on the 'hello' die cut, and again, the coverage was seamless and so easy to apply.! 
Roundup for using Paper Pouncers!
  • Pounce ink onto delicate die cuts
  • Apply inks directly onto stamps
  • Pounce onto word dies
  • Create A bokeh effect
  • Use embossing ink through stencils
  • emboss delicate die cuts or word dies
  • Plus much more! 
I encourage you to just have a play, and see where they take you! One last point to make, is that they are ergonomic and easy to hold. 
After an accident, I am not able to use my left hand very well (my dominant hand) - pain and not able to grip well makes it impossible for me to ink blend.
It's true that I've had to learn to use my right hand, but I've found that I can use the Paper Pouncers with my left hand! It felt so good, and it's the little things in life that can put a smile on your face. 
Thank you for joining me today, and I hope that I've given you a few ideas about using the Paper Pouncers. 
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Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful day! If you have any questions, please leave me a comment, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. 
Sending lots of crafty hugs, 

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