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I agree that Copic markers are great but what to do if you don't have them and have no chances to buy them either. I found a good substitution - watercoloring. The only problem that I faced with is what black ink to use in order to prevent the outline of the image smearing. Could you advise me which ink to use, please?

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You're going to need to use Staz-On Ink.  It holds the watercoloring within the confines of your outline or stamp image.

 

Good luck!

 

Deb

Use Staz on its a permanent ink and does not smear or you can emboss your image as well.  Staz on does not work with the copic markers it smears but momento works with the copics.

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