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Old 02-20-2008, 01:49 PM   #24
mme123
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I've used all the above methods and they all work but my favorite method of stamping a large background stamp I learned at a stamping convention.

On a hard surface ink the stamp rubber side up, taking the ink pad to the stamp.
Now the trick I learned was when you turn the stamp over onto the CS press down on the wood using another piece of wood, either the same size or slightly larger. It gives you a even stamped image but before you lift up the stamp let it sit on the CS for at least a minute to give the ink a chance to sink into the paper.
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