At the bottom of the post, I will leave you a link to a You Tube video, just in case you are a visual learner, and prefer to 'see' it rather than 'read it'. Just to let you know that they aren't my videos (why repeat what is already there) ? besides which, I have them all in document format, so if there is a technique that you are looking for, then please email me, and I'll check if I have it or not.
Anyway, on to today's technique, and back to basics !
- White Pigment Ink (or other bright white ink)
- Stamp-a-ma-jig (or other stamp positioner)
- Dye Ink to match cardstock used
S Step 2
Let the pigment/craft ink dry, or heat set.
Line your positioning sheet up with the corner of your Stamp-a-ma-jig (SAMJ).
Ink the image you just used with dye ink.
Line it up with your SAMJ and stamp image on your positioning sheet.
Line stamp up with the SAMJ and stamp image over the white image with dye ink.
For visual learners, here is a You Tube video linkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3M0phAg6Mts
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PS: Sorry for the long post !