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Old 02-27-2015, 07:14 AM   #10
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Rosalie... You can also try using a white eraser on your stamp. Rub it over the whole stamp, blow off the "crumbs" then clean it on your stamp-n-scrub before inking.
If that doesn't help you might try inking then stamping on scrap paper, ink again, stamp on scrap paper etc..until the image is coming out solid and non-blotchy. I had to do that for the solid balloon image in the Celebrate Today set.
ALSO....you can ink the stamp with Versamark first, then ink with your color. I do this sometimes and have not seen any damage to my color ink pads from the Versamark. It just gives the ink something to cling to and not bubble up.
Hope this helps!
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