How to Avoid Streaks When Using Markers to Ink Solid Stamps
Sep 15, 2017
You can ink your solid rubber stamps in one color or use your markers to ink them for multiple colors. The technique works best with small stamps because most often the color is uneven on larger areas. Watch to see my tip on how to avoid streaks when inking your solid rubber stamps with markers.
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