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Old 04-13-2010, 05:38 AM   #1
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Default Looking for boy and gril stamps with "black" features

I'm looking for stamps that have more Black (African American) features (curly hair, braids, puffs, etc). I like the Tilda with Striped Pants since she has curly hair. What other stamps or brands fall into this category? Thanks.
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You could try Mo's Digital Pencil Too. She has some really cute images that might be what you are looking for.

Here is the link: www.digitalpenciltoo.blogspot.com


There are also some "culy hair" gals at Stamping Bella.

Here is the link: www.stampingbella.com

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Thanks. I'll take a look at stampingbella. I've looked at Digital Pencil Too and am waiting for the ones I like to become available in rubber since i only have access to print with an inkjet which will bleed when colored.
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I have this front and back two piece set for sale for $4.75 for both plus postage. They are mounted on ezmount cushion.

http://www.artimpressions.com/Produc...Front+%26+Back
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Sassy Cheryl has quite a few.
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Thanks. I'll take a look at stampingbella. I've looked at Digital Pencil Too and am waiting for the ones I like to become available in rubber since i only have access to print with an inkjet which will bleed when colored.
I print my digis out with an inkjet printer all the time. Its all how you treat the ink after you print. I generally heat set mine and haven't had them bleed. When I'm too impatient to do this (which is 90% of the time), I use a spray fixative and I'm ready to go in about 5 minutes with no smearing.
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The Greeting Farm has a few. http://thegreetingfarm.com/rubber-stamps.html?p=4
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I print my digis out with an inkjet printer all the time. Its all how you treat the ink after you print. I generally heat set mine and haven't had them bleed. When I'm too impatient to do this (which is 90% of the time), I use a spray fixative and I'm ready to go in about 5 minutes with no smearing.

To heat set would I just use a heat gun on the image first. How long does it take to set?
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Thanks. I found a couple I like. Still haven't found any boy stamps I like.
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I'm looking for stamps that have more Black (African American) features (curly hair, braids, puffs, etc). I like the Tilda with Striped Pants since she has curly hair. What other stamps or brands fall into this category? Thanks.
Have you looked at stampingscrapping.com? They have a cute line under Stamps, then Bildmalarna and there are a cute girl and boy Tossa & Tosse that are just adorable who could fill your bill. I've got some of them, and they show samples colored as white, but when I bought them, I thought how they could work for a number of cultures with the hair style. I think they're so cute myself, and you may want to check them out.

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Thanks. I'll take a look at stampingbella. I've looked at Digital Pencil Too and am waiting for the ones I like to become available in rubber since i only have access to print with an inkjet which will bleed when colored.
If you color with Copic markers, inkjet prints will not bleed. You can also spray an artists' fixative on the image before coloring with other mediums. No bleeding then, either.

Oops! Looks like Cat_Woman beat me to it!
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I have this front and back two piece set for sale for $4.75 for both plus postage. They are mounted on ezmount cushion.

http://www.artimpressions.com/Produc...Front+%26+Back
Thanks. I'm a beginner Copic user and that is little advanced more me.
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Have you looked at stampingscrapping.com? They have a cute line under Stamps, then Bildmalarna and there are a cute girl and boy Tossa & Tosse that are just adorable who could fill your bill. I've got some of them, and they show samples colored as white, but when I bought them, I thought how they could work for a number of cultures with the hair style. I think they're so cute myself, and you may want to check them out.

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Those are cute...i will check them out.
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If you color with Copic markers, inkjet prints will not bleed. You can also spray an artists' fixative on the image before coloring with other mediums. No bleeding then, either.

Oops! Looks like Cat_Woman beat me to it!
I didn't realize that Copics won't cause inkjet ink to bleed. I haven't received my Copics yet, so I haven't tried. I've only used water based stuff up to now.

I will go back and look at the Digital Pencil Too work.
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Mo's digital pencil is the first thought that came to my mind. you should check em out
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