helpful tips try going over the surface of your stamp with a large eraser in order to give your ink a little texture to grip to. This is especially effective with larger stamps, and it works on both clear and rubber varieties to give you crisper images
Watercolor crayons applied directly to stamp, misted and stamped - no black outlines with this technique Holy hell this is GENIUS! I have all my stamping stuff in my house, just need some watercolor crayons!
TIP: CRISPER STAMP IMPRESSIONS -- Going over the surface of your stamp with a rubber eraser will give your surface a little texture for ink to grip to. Effective with larger stamps. Works on both clear and rubber varieties to give you crisper images.
STAMPING - Squeeze a few drops of ink on a baby wipe; the moistened material absorbs the colors and creates a unique ink pad. For another approach, gently swipe the wipe over your card stock to create a multicolored background
Previous Pinner says: Try using Drywall Tape in your project. It can be inked with any color you like. It's the next best thing to Magic Mesh which I can't get anymore. I get my Drywall Tape at the Dollar Store.