A few weeks ago I got a question asking me to do a comparison between the MUJI check list stamp (here) and the stamp in the Studiol2e Plan It Stamp set (here).
First of all, the MUJI stamp is a rubber stamp. The Studiol2e stamps are made out of a photopolymer clear material. For those of you unfamiliar with clear stamps,
Studiol2e states, "Besides ink, you will also need a clear acrylic block which you can find at most craft stores. Carefully peel the stamp off of the carrier/storage sheet and place onto your clear block. Ink up your stamp and stamp away. Once you're done stamping, clean off your stamp with a damp cloth or baby wipe (make sure it does NOT include alcohol) and place back onto the carrier sheet."
|Pocket size Filofax Paper|
Some comparisons you can see is that the Studiol2e stamp is longer than the MUJI stamp. This can be a problem if you may want to use this with smaller sized inserts, such as a Pocket size Filofax paper. The Studiol2e Plan It stamps also include check boxes without lines. Also, note that the MUJI stamp only has four check boxes compared to Studiol2e's five.
|Personal size Filofax paper|
Studiol2e is releasing a new stamp set called the "List It" which compliments the "Plan It" stamps set.
The List It stamps were "designed so that you can use the shapes with or without lines. The lines which are separate are now also shorter to accomodate smaller planner pages without taking up precious space!" -Joy Kanani
** This set is available for PRE-ORDER only with shipping MID-LATE NOVEMBER, possibly sooner. ** Please check www.studiol2e.com for more details!
Also, check @studio_l2e on Instagram for more photos of these stamps!
I love using both stamps interchangeably. For now, I like using the MUJI stamp more with my Personal sized planner, and the Studiol2e stamps more with my A5 sized planner.
**Both products were not sponsored by either company and were purchased with my own money. Everything is 100% my own opinion. **