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Tuesday Tip - Rubber Stamping 101 Easy Coloring

Rubber-stamping-tip-10-11Today's rubber stamping tip on easy coloring is one you're going to love!

With a one of our amazing card stocks and archival inks, you'll be wanting to color all your images with this technique!

Let's take a look at today's video tutorial...

 

Stampin' Up! Supplies used in the video...

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Hope you enjoyed today's "shimmery" rubber stamping coloring tip!  Let me know if you try it and I'll see you tomorrow for Week 10 of our 2016 Halloween Projects

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Sonny Peterson

Oh Lisa , I have some of this cardstock that I used for card bases last year . I think your idea looks like fun ! Thanks for the tip !

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