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  1. prchvs
    10-03-2009 09:05 AM - permalink
    prchvs
    I'm sooooooooo sorry! I didn't see this message!! Okay, well, to answer your question about the sponging. Basically I use one of the Stampin' Up sponges (I cut it in wedges) and ink it up (on this card it was with chocolate chip). I always sort of "stamp it off" on scrap paper first so I don't get a really hard line of ink. Then, with your card staock laying flat, drag the sponge from the outside of your card stock in towards the image. That's about all I do!

    Thanks Kim!

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    I started stamping & scrapping in 2007 and now I never want to stop! I learn so much here at SCS!
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    Watching my son & daughter in their favorite sports, swimming, scrapping & card making
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    Fortune 50 Company - Marketing Coordinator
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    Kim http://uscrap2.blogspot.com
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