transferring inkjet prints and combining them with rubber stamping

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Comment by lenore balliro on May 15, 2009 at 1:50am
Lovely video. I'm going to look for the solvent. Maybe use a wooden spoon to burnish instead of your finger? Not as fun, but healthier, You can use matte medium, too, as another way, with photocopies and jet ink prints.
Comment by Marion Bockelmann on May 8, 2009 at 1:41pm
Jennifer, I´m in Europe and have bought mine online in a German stamp store. But as it´s produced by Stewart Superior, it´s no problem at all to find it in the U. S. - just google it! Some people told me they´ve even seen it at Michael´s.
Comment by Jennifer Kosharek on May 8, 2009 at 12:55am
Where did you find the transfer stuff? where can i buy it?? Lovely video!!
Comment by Marion Bockelmann on May 6, 2009 at 11:07am
The bottle says "non-hazardous and acid free", and in fact it doesn´t smell bad - I don´t think it´s unhealthy in any way.

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