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Repeat Stamping

April's NBUS Challenge (Never before used stuff) over at Club Scrap is to create a pattern by stamping repeatedly.  I'm not very efficient at stamping in a row without looking like I've been drinking. I do have a new way for my repeated stamping to look "artsy".
 
I smear distress oxide ink on a craft mat and add water.  I use this as my "stamp pad". Ink up your stamp and then stamp on paper.  This gives your project a watercolor effect. No more stressing about wayward stamping.

Club Scrap Shibori Card Kit. Queen & Co. pearls.



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  1. Hmmmm...drinking and stamping? That never happens. LOVE these cards!

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