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Unread 03-18-2017, 05:31 PM   #1
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Has anyone else had trouble stamping something in Stampin Up Cherry Cobbler, mask the stamped image, and then sponge a background only to have the Cherry Cobbler bleed out onto the background. Do you have a solution to my problem?nan.cee@att.net
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Unread 03-19-2017, 08:34 AM   #2
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I haven't heard anything specifically about Cherry Cobbler, no. What I do think generally is that a lot of reds seem to take longer drying. I know it's a pain, but I usually heat set reds before proceeding. Sorry, wish I had a better answer.
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Thank you, I'll make a note to heat set it next time.
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Does you stamp pad have a gold sheen? There is problem with some colors where once they have the sheen they don't dry without heat setting. SU isn't the only company with this problem.
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I just checked the pad and yes it does have a bit of gold sheen. I will make a note on the lid to dry with a heat gun. Thanks for the information! Much appreciated.
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I am wondering with the new stamp pads if the Cherry Cobbler will still get that gold sheen? I've got the older version & it has the sheen so had been thinking about getting the new style.
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I am wondering with the new stamp pads if the Cherry Cobbler will still get that gold sheen? I've got the older version & it has the sheen so had been thinking about getting the new style.
Yep, I already had SU replace my new foam pad and the new one is getting the sheen. I've decided I can live with it as I just have to remember to heat set.
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Yep, I already had SU replace my new foam pad and the new one is getting the sheen. I've decided I can live with it as I just have to remember to heat set.
Thanks for letting me know that the new pads will still do the sheen. At least this way I know what I can expect if I get the new pad.
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