Again, another great ‘nad debate: one or two-sided stamper? While lots like the original one-sided stamper due to its short stubiness which makes it easier to control, there are some good things about the two-sided stamp that you might not know about. First of all, here is how the one-sided and the two sided stamper look like (not to scale, please laugh at my Photoshopping skills):
What will it be: One or Two Sided?
I personally use the two-sided stamp because I like the long handle: I get a better grip and the divots on the sides is a good guideline when I do full patterns so they stay straight. When I use hot pink ‘nad polish, it’s hard to see with the red side of the stamp. Sometimes it’s nice to have the small green side for those colors.
Conclusion: When it comes down to it, they do the same thing. If you have a one-sided stamper and want to “upgrade” to a tw0-sided, don’t bother. If you have a two-sided and you want to try a one-sided, maybe you can if you want a lower center of gravity for your ‘nadding accuracy. I think they’re equally effective.