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Old 06-10-2005, 11:26 AM   #1  
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Default Need help w/ fabric stamping & rubber cement resist

I'm trying some new things & I've waited until the last minute for when I need them. I hope someone can help me.

1) Can I use craft ink on Glossy White cardstock doing the rubber cement resist technique? Do I need to heat set anything? If so, why?

2) I plan to stamp on fabric using craft ink. Can someone please tell me if this is how to do it...
1. Stamp using craft ink
2. Heat set the ink using an iron or embossing gun. With the iron, cover the stamped fabric with a thin towel and then iron. The embossing gun can be used directly onto the item.

Is this correct. Thanks soooo much for your help.
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bump...help please...
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I don't know about the Craft Ink & glossy paper.....I haven't done that myself. But stamping on fabric.....I would heat set it if it's something that you will be washing. If it's something like a tote bag, I think it will be alright just to let it dry.
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Thanks so much for the advice. I guess I can heat set it with my heat gun or an iron either way?
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I don't use craft ink for rubber stamp resist. Use your Classic inks. No heat setting is needed. The cards are really great looking. Reminds me of the 60's...
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