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Old 02-03-2020, 02:56 PM   #1
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Question New to SC but not stamping and have an ink pad question

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I've been stamping probably 40 years; I keep it pretty simple and received a lovely card and am wondering if anyone would know/be familiar with the ink or process used to capture such a blended solid stamped color. I need to go through the forums to find out where to ask this at. Hopefully someone will recognize the method of stamping or ink color/brand as it is sooo crisp and clean and blended!
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Old 02-04-2020, 12:25 PM   #2
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Welcome to Splitcoaststampers!  As you begin to move through the forums, you'll discover lots of chat about lots of stampy topics ... we aim to be your newest resource.  

Click on 'Tutorials' in the top right of this page to find a wealth of ways to create cards & more.And, be sure to check out the Tools & Products forum.Plus, a favorite chatting place about all things stamping is our General Stamping forum. 

Blending inks can be done in so many ways. Many of us started with simple sponges. Now we use spongy ink applicators in a circular motion, or even soft short-bristled brushes. My blends seem much smoother with the popular brushes. Mine are from Picket Fence Studios, but there are several vendors providing very similar items. I used Life Changing Brushes on this stenciled card shared today. Join in the fun and share with us too!
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Hi! Welcome!
Would you be able to give us a pic of the card? 
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I think on or after your 5th post you can add images... give it another try or 2!
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