The greeting, tho hard to tell in the scan due to glitter over it, was "thumped". I learned this technique about 6-7 years ago, but is apparently resurfacing again! :smile:
Thumping technique: Ink up your stamp with palest color ink first, then use brush tip of a darker marker to apply random color against the rubber, by gripping the fine tip end of the marker and bouncing your wrist, with the brush tip "thumping" against the rubber.
Date: Thursday, September 1, 2005 GMT Views: 2718
Registered: November 4, 2004 Location: QC, Canada Posts: 13306
Thu, Sep 01, 2005 @ 11:09 AM
Boy, oh boy! I just opened your gallery and I don't even know where to start looking! Your stuff is unbelievable! I love everything you did, it's gorgeous! My budget is going to be so blown...
Thanks for sharing your wonderful work!
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Registered: October 7, 2004 Location: Indianapolis, IN Posts: 17
Thu, Sep 01, 2005 @ 11:32 AM
This is beautiful...didn't think I wanted the Cold Play set, but now I'm having to re-think that after seeing all your Cold Play samples. I visited your gallery and you are one FIRST CLASS stamper! Love your work! Thanks for sharing! I saw about 20 items I just HAVE to CASE! Thanks again!