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    Multi Step Stamping - WET or DRY ink... It makes a difference!

    Multi step stamping each step while the ink is still WET will give the final image a softer look, like water colors ... the inks will meld together.

    Allowing each step to completely DRY between steps, will give a sharper/crisper image. This process does take longer. If you are doing a lot of stamping.... stamp all of one step before moving on to the next. By the time you are ready to stamp the next step, the previous step will be completely dry.



    Last edited by Maria Colosimo; 07-15-2012 at 11:41 PM.

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    love, love, love these stamps..

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