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Old 02-01-2005, 05:49 AM   #1  
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Default Can you use the basic brown stamp pad like the basic black

as far as using watercolors and the ink not bleeding??

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Old 02-01-2005, 05:51 AM   #2  
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yes, it is waterproof.. i watercolored all my xmas cards.. and stamped in basic brown. looked great!!
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Yes! It's waterproof also. I've used it several times when I didn't want or need the bold black outline but rather a softer look - looks great!
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Default waterproof inks

I have so hoped for years they offered many wp colors. I tire of black.
wouldn't night of navy, forest foliage, baroque burgundy, real red,
really rust, lovely lilac make great outlines to paint within (or on...)
Please, more!
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Default Re: waterproof inks

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I have so hoped for years they offered many wp colors. I tire of black.
wouldn't night of navy, forest foliage, baroque burgundy, real red,
really rust, lovely lilac make great outlines to paint within (or on...)
Please, more!
No need to wait! Just stamp in any dye ink and spray with Krylon matte sealant. The ink won't bleed and you can color away to your heart's content.

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