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Forum: Ask MaryJo McGraw 10-08-2008, 07:24 AM
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You are welcome!

Hope this helps you out with your projects . Hey y'all get out those wooden Christmas ornaments from the last and get to stampin!:D
Forum: Ask MaryJo McGraw 10-04-2008, 07:38 PM
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Posted By maryjomcgraw
On that soy ink...many of the stamp companies use...

On that soy ink...many of the stamp companies use the soy ink for indexing the tops (wood) of the stamps. It does come out beautifully but it does need a bit of curing, sunlight helps dramatically. MJ
Forum: Ask MaryJo McGraw 10-04-2008, 07:46 AM
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Posted By maryjomcgraw
Old style colorbox does not need to be heat set...

Old style colorbox does not need to be heat set on unfinished wood. India ink of most types would bleed on soft woods like pine which most craft items are made from. Versacraft would be fine and a...
Forum: Ask MaryJo McGraw 10-03-2008, 06:21 AM
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Posted By maryjomcgraw
To continue my thought .....I always think of...

To continue my thought .....I always think of more after I write down the first answer!
When you say wood veneer I am going to guess that you mean unfinished since there was a mention of bleeding....
Forum: Ask MaryJo McGraw 10-03-2008, 05:58 AM
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Posted By maryjomcgraw
Stamping on plain wood (unfinished) is easy use...

Stamping on plain wood (unfinished) is easy use either Staz-On or any type of pigment ink. Finished wood is more difficult. Staz-On should work in most instances, acrylic paint or try embossing(again...
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