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Old 02-12-2006, 04:40 AM   #1  
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Sorry if someone has asked this before....I understand what 2 step stampin' is...the stamp set has solid and "sketchy" matching stamps to layer. How does "In Full Bloom" on pg 130 of the current IB&C fall into that category? All the stamps in that set are sketchy! It's not listed in the catalog correction of SU....but it may have been there when the IB&C first came out, before I became a demo???
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I think it is because the stem and flower are separate stamps. So you have to stamp the stem and then the flower, therefore using the two-step technique!

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Ohhhhhh....THAT kind of 2 step stampin'......gotcha!
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