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September 05, 2017


Chris Di

How did you go about making the background for this pinky-peach?? Just stunning!!

Chris Smith

Good question, Chris! I did what I call "sloppy" stamping. I stamp my first image after inking the stamp rather deliberately but then continue to stamp off elsewhere on the paper until little ink remains on the stamp. While some have told me,"No, that's second generation stamping" I think of this as being more random and lending to a more dreamy, unplanned look. This works best with colors that blend well. Note that I was more careful with the placement of the Soft Suede flower centers.

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