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Old 09-13-2006, 10:01 AM   #1  
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Default ? re: rock n' roll technique

I would like to try this technique but have a question before I begin. Since you are putting 1 stamp in to 2 different colors of ink before stamping onto paper, how do you keep from getting the first color of ink onto the second ink pad? Seems like it would make your ink pads "dirty" with the other color. Is there a way to clean the ink pad when you are finished?

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You should use a LIGHT color ink for the first color and and DARKER color ink for the second color (ie. Pale Plum & then Perfect Plum). If you do that, the lighter color might get a little on the darker pad but it won't show up.

It is very important though, to CLEAN YOUR STAMP after stamping onto your project and BEFORE going back to your light colored pad to make another image. If you don't, you'll be putting whatever darker color you are using onto your light pad.

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Thanks ladies. I was just worried about mixing my colors on the ink pad. I did look at the tutorial.
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