I really like the Tim Holtz inks. The ink pads are raised up so it's really easy to rub them across edges of paper or even across a flat page. The tea dye is a great color to add that old-worn-paper look to your items. Or you can crumple a piece of paper and rub ink on the raised creases to get a look like is shown on the lid of the ink pad.
Used in this layout: mini-golf
This inks are the best! They come in a lot of colors and they're perfect for inking paper. One of the things I love the best too is that if you use this ink on a rubber/clear stamp you get this really great aged look. i just LOVE these!!!
Used in this layout: My Florida Trip
Tea dye is a great light brown color. The color is not a light as it appears online -- it is more of a light and warm (yellowy) brown color. It is great for light distressing or for inking backgrounds for a vintage look.
Used in this layout: Oratory (2)
THis is my favorite brand of ink pads. I absolutely love them. They are wonderful for inking edges and distressing and making things have that "antiqued or vintage" look. I love that. And this color is perfect for that!
Used in this layout: When They Were Young
I love tim holtz inks .......this is my go-to color! ....use it for distressing, inking my edges, stamping "faded" images, subtle color and shading, and to tone down bright colors! ....versatile!
Used in this card: camels
First time purchasing this product and love it! Used it on my paper punch flowers and simply love the way it looks! Easy to use and easy to clean up. Great medium!
This is the perfect color to add depth to any layout. If you are only going to buy one distress ink, make it Tea Dye. Great, versatile color!
Used in this layout: Time is the most valuable thing one can spend
These inks are the best! I love them and wish I could have all the colors.
I love it ....almost time to get refill....
Love this color!!
I like the this ink i will buy more in the future.
I was so excited to purchase this product I could barely wait to tear open the package and start stamping. I was surprised to see how sheer the ink appeared on my pages. This product takes some practice...especially for a novice scrapper like myself. At first I was turned off and disappointed, but I gave it try after try, and found out that it's more of a multi-purpose ink pad, not just a stamp pad. Try using your fingers to smudge the ink around paper and photo corners for a very soft vintage effect, its actually quite nice when you find your niche with it!
Used in this layout: you shine
I like These colors especially for doing edges but, the ink pad is surrounded by so much edge that it makes it hard to get some angles without using a dauber or some other applicator.