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I use a transparency but you can probably use any non-porous, flat surface for the inking. Give a little squeeze of ink in the middle, roll the brayer around until it's covered, then roll it over your stamp. You can also see pretty clearly at this point i

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I use a transparency but you can probably use any non-porous, flat surface for the inking. Give a little squeeze of ink in the middle, roll the brayer around until it's covered, then roll it over your stamp. You can also see pretty clearly at this point i
I use a transparency but you can probably use any non-porous, flat surface for the inking. Give a little squeeze of ink in the middle, roll the brayer around until it's covered, then roll it over your stamp. You can also see pretty clearly at this point if you haven’t carved in deep enough in some places (those spots will hold the ink where you don’t want it), so feel free to go back and etch out any parts you forgot.

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