As many of you have fallen in love with Stampin' Up!'s Easter Blooms stamp set (121905w or 122057c), I've been receiving some questions on how to get a clean, crisp image of the girl. That is a great question!
This gives me the opportunity to share an easy tip on prepping solid image stamps. Have you noticed that when you ink up stamps like the girl, that the ink pools on them, which makes it hard to get an evenly stamped image?
Well, Stampin' Up! Sanding Blocks to the rescue! Just use them to "sand off" the manufacturing residue and you'll be set to go. Watch the video for a quick demonstration.
Now you can enjoy clean, crisp evenly stamped images for all of your rubberstamps!
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