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Old 11-16-2007, 07:30 AM   #1
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Hello, I'm working on a card that I want to stamp in classic ink & use irridescent ice EP on. Is this possible?

I thought maybe I had read somewhere to first stamp in versamark then the color & the EP will stick! has anyone tried this? or have a better solution?

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I do it all the time and it works great!
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that's exactly what you do! be sure to stamp on the versamark first...so you're stamp is still clean, and won't dirty up your pad! then stamp in the color....and stamp your paper! sprinkle your EP...and away you go!!!
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Yes, I've tried it and it works. It is not as strong an effect as using pigment ink, but it will work. Just be careful to stamp in the versamark first, then the classic ink, or you'll ruin the veramark pad.
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Great Thanks everyone for the quick replies, I'll give it a try!

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