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Tutorial: Versamark Resist meets
Spectrum Pads:
1. Stamp images using the Versamark
pad on Glossy card stock.
2. Let it dry. You can heat set it, if you
are impatient... like me.
3. Ink up a rubber brayer using a
spectrum pad, or multicolored pad.
4. Cover your glossy card stock with
the ink.
5 Let dry again.
6. Use a tissue to gently wipe off any
excess ink.
7. Try stamping other bold images on
top with a darker coordinating ink.
8. Use as a background or stamp and
layer as desired.
The card above was stamped using the
Petals wheel and
Versamark ink. Then I
covered it with the Taffy Spectrum pad.
Although this pad is no longer available,
you can create it yourself by purchasing
uninked spectrum pad, and the
classic re-inkers: Almost
Amethyst, Mellow Moss, Creamy Caramel,
Blush Blossom and Barely Banana.

The card on the left also uses a retired
spectrum pad. But can be created in the
same way as the one above, using: YoYo
Yellow, Green Galore, Glorious Green,
Ballet Blue and Lovely Lilac.