- 8 years ago
- Wedding: November 2013
Let me just start by saying, I did not do my research before I started stamping away. I stamped all 75 of my wedding invitation envelopes with pigment ink. Also, my envelope is a glossy finish. Needless to say, it has been 24 hours and no sign of drying. I’ve been checking out other posts for a remedy. I don’t want to purchase new envelopes as I need to be getting the invites out soon and I ordered the envelopes online.
Question: What is the best way to fix this? Cheapest, quickest, hassle-free?
I’ve read about heat embossing. Never done this before, but it seems simple enough; however, I do not have any of the supplies and am worried the heat gun would be expensive! Is it okay to emboss 24-72 hours after stamping since the ink still isn’t dry (the ink comes off when touched)? I’ve read about using an iron or blow dryer on the opposite side of envelope instead of a heat gun? Ideas?
Thanks in advance!!