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Old 07-17-2004, 10:30 PM   #1
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Default Question about 2-step stamping on walls

I've been reading posts & it sounds like most of you who stamp on walls use acrylic paint. For 2-step stamping, do you do the light color first (biggest stamp) & let it dry? Do you stamp while it's still wet? Can you stamp-off for the biggest stamp (I'm using Roses in Winter)?

I'm not a demonstrator, just an addict (I sell cookware & stoneware to pay for my stamping habit---ha, ha! I do love my job but enjoy Stamping as a hobby). Would love any input you have! Thanks!

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