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Old 05-27-2012, 03:20 AM   #6
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Great suggestions above.You could also try masking in this way: covering areas of your page with paper so only part of the stamp prints on it.
If you use a "nice" piece of paper (a circle, square or rectangle shape)to mask the different areas/parts of the page, and one colour on the whole stamp each time you stamp, your masking paper could be used as a matching background and not wasted. Just rotate the masking paper each time you use the stamp until the masking paper looks suitable to use as a background. HTH and makes sense to you.
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