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Do You Think My Ink Conundrum Has Been Solved?

August 6th, 2012 by Avital

Inky fingers

‘Juice’ for my dried out ink pads and some new stuff, for good measure…


What is your favorite ink brand or individual ink pad? I value your opinion!

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6 Comments to “Do You Think My Ink Conundrum Has Been Solved?”

  1. Helen Borrowman says:

    I actually have two favorite ink pads. I love Tim Holtz for all the colors he has plus the versitality of the ink. I also love the Versa Fine Ink pads. I use them when I’m embossing. They don’t make reinkers for them because you don’t need them. I’ve used my black and sepia for over 5 years and they are still going strong.

    • Avital says:

      Thanks for the recommendations. I also like Tim Holtz’s inks, as you can see. I don’t believe I ever tried the Versa Fine ink pads. I have to give it a try.

  2. Cynthia says:

    I love Tim Holtz’s inks too. They are my absolute favorites! I also use Archival Inks, especially for any project where I’m using layers and need a permanent ink.

    • Avital says:

      Thanks. Are Archival inks good for large ‘white-space’ stamps?

      • Cynthia says:

        Yes! They are very crisp-stamping inks. And waterproof too. When I need a crisp image (like an outline-type stamp) I use either Archival Ink or Memento.

  3. You’re too funny!
    I don’t know much about these inks but I would agree that Tim H’s are super 😉