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Rubber Stamping 101- Quick Fix for a Mistake

Quickfix.blog-post-imageIt's just a fact of a stamper's life...there is a need for a quick fix for rubber stamping mistakes.  

For me, these often occur when recording a video or during a LIVE broadcast.  Of course, it does! But when that happens,  it's a great opportunity for me to share how I "fix" the mistake.

Let's take a look at today's tip in this video tutorial where I share one of my methods.  It's super easy but so helpful when in a hurry!

Click here to see this quick fix video on You Tube.

Here's another "fix" video that's been shared here on Ink and Inspirations recently.  Take a look HERE.

It seems I've been having more and more of these tips to share lately so please comment below if helpful or if there's a question you'd like to have answered! Thanks for stopping by today for this quick fix for rubber stampers!

 

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Lisa

Hi Adrienne... glad these videos are helpful!
I recently recorded another video dealing with this inky finger issue that you mentioned.
Check it out here—->
http://www.inkandinspirations.com/2018/06/you-need-this-another-tip-for-fixing-rubber-stamping-mistakes.html

Adrienne

Lisa, I hope you keep making these "fix it" videos. I sometimes get ink on my finger. I may not notice it until a tiny smudge or fingerprint shows up on my card! How do I fix this? I want to "erase" it, as covering up doesn't always do the trick.

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