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Old 07-09-2006, 08:26 PM   #1  
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I just used a piece of Blush Blossom tonight on a card and I used the Blush Blossom Ink to stamp over top of it. When I stamped the stamp down onto the cardstock, the ink looked absolutely orange! I have never re-inked my spots (don't even have re-inkers), so I am wondering if the colors change over time? I have had the spots for probably two years. Any insight?
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I haven't noticed mine changing over time and I've had some for five years (classic ink). Sometimes they do change once they dry on your cardstock after you stamp an image. Regal Rose is much better once it dries a little, but goes on a little orange.
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did you let the ink dry? sometimes they look way different when still wet
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Okay, after you both said this I went and fished the scrap I tested it on out of the garbage...it HAS mellowed out a bit and looks a LOT more like Blush Blossom now. Thanks for the tip, ladies!
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