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Old 03-29-2020, 07:09 AM   #6
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Sue, to my [admittedly odd] mind, it’s a quietly different way of stamping rather than a technique. When wanting a looser or sketchy look for images on cards or when making patterned paper, applying a color with white can give that, of course, and if using KP’s pads, only one color affects the white. 

And sometimes I don’t want a multiple colors, just one (or two), so then the added white gives tints/different values, again only affecting that one color’s white. 

I’d done it with Unicorn but removing the ink was annoying, and if using more than one color, annoying times 2 or 3. With KP’s inks, it isn’t critical to remove all the ink. 

But if gradation/tinting colors (aka using white) isn’t one’s jam, there’d be no need. 

For me - what’s that old 70’s song? Enabled Again (Naturally)?
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