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Unread 08-27-2012, 07:12 AM   #39
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When I have a very detailed stamp, such as a Thomas Kinkade stamp (Cornish Heritage Farms), I always ink up a brayer and then brayer the ink all over the stamp. I get much better ink coverage and there's no lines where the edges of the ink pad would have pressed into the stamp.

I can use just about any kind of ink with this method. When using Stazon, however, you have to work fast because that Stazon ink dries very quickly.
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