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Old 08-06-2016, 08:15 AM   #1
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I did some experimenting with offset stamping on kraft cardstock using white pigment ink and dye inks. It's a cool look. This was done with a geometrical stamp... I wonder if it will look good with other stamps (flowers? balloons?). More to try in the future!

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That looks really beautiful!
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Your card turned out great! When I tried this technique, it didn't turn out so well. I don't know what I did wrong, but I didn't get any dimension. Everything looked flat with a white border on one side. Thanks for sharing.
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Your card turned out great! When I tried this technique, it didn't turn out so well. I don't know what I did wrong, but I didn't get any dimension. Everything looked flat with a white border on one side. Thanks for sharing.
Maybe it was the white ink? Either the type, or possibly it didn't dry all the way...? Also, I know some stamps looked better than others with the technique. Don't give up!
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Maybe it was the white ink? Either the type, or possibly it didn't dry all the way...? Also, I know some stamps looked better than others with the technique. Don't give up!
It could be that the white ink wasn't dry. I didn't know that it had to be dry. Thanks! I'll give it another try.
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Thank you for taking the time to post another amazing tutorial!
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WOW! What a fun technique....will have to check my stamp collection to see what will work....
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WOW! What a fun technique....will have to check my stamp collection to see what will work....

Thank you!! I found quite a few - just be sure it has some solid areas. I like the geometric pattern but you could use flowers or other shapes, maybe even mix it up, such as with a flower outside and flower center in two different colors for each flower going across.
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