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Old 07-31-2013, 06:38 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by lesliespringer View Post
Yes the new pads are nice for stamping, BUT I have a very difficult time with Direct to paper inking. All I get is a Big Blob!!! No more nice "feathering" on the edges of my paper.

I fear that is long gone with this new pads and I will have to go out and buy new pads just to due this technique if I want this effect on my cards.

Useless someone has some tips for me.
You might be able to achieve a similar result by inking a sponge (or if you use the blending pads by Ranger often used with their Distress Inks) and "feathering" ink onto the edges of the paper. Different applicators (make-up wedges, sea sponges, etc.) will probably have somewhat different effects so experiment to find one you like.

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