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Old 04-20-2005, 05:45 AM   #1
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Default Can you use Chalk Inks instead of Craft for Paisley?

I've seen so many awesome cards using the Paisley stamp - and when it's color on color, everyone is using Craft pads so that the color is more opaque and it shows up more. Has anyone tried using the Chalk inks for this? I don't have any Craft inks (but I do have Colorbox Pinwheels which have pigment ink), but I'd love to get a great result like JulieHRR does!!

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I haven't tried it on Paisley, but did use my chalk inks on the Canvas BG stamp and loved the effect. Give it a try!
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I was wondering the same thing. Also do the chalk inks have the same advantages as the craft inks when you are scrapbooking?
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I have! That's actually the first ink I tried on my Paisley. I used the navy from the RR/EE Petal Points on this card in my gallery: http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...cat=500&page=1

I really liked the opaqueness of the chalk ink!
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