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Old 07-19-2013, 10:02 AM   #4
buggainok
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Here's an idea off the top of my head. Maybe take a stencil brush, and apply your ink directly just to the impression area of the stamp. It looks to me from your pic of the stamp that the background area is kind of shallow, and that the raised impression part doesn't stick up very far. Your ink is obviously getting on the background when you apply it.

Sorry you're having such troubles. Very frustrating, I know.
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