I love inking the edges of cardstock for journaling, photos, etc. On a couple of my layouts I also inked around letters that I cut out with my cricut and I loved how it looked. My question is-is there a tool that works for inking the edges of letters?
Best tools I've found are Distress and Copic markers, I use them all the time to ink edges. I've also used wooden manicure sticks to add ink to surfaces. Paper smudgers (or tortillons) would probably work, too, as long as they don't soak up too much ink.
My absolute favourite that I use all the time are the Ingvild Bolme chalk inks....they have a pointy end to get into tight crevices and you can easily run the ink pad along the side to ink edges of cardstock....love them! They come in a ton of colours and they leave a nice fluid, chalky colour behind...not too overpowering...
I also like all the little inks and fluid chalks—Ingvild Bolme chalk inks and the cats eyes. I use them so often that I keep them on top of my work table in an old candy tin. But then, like Stick, I use a marker to get those little, really tight corners that nothing seems to fit in. Even if the color match isn't perfect, it's such a small area that it blends in quite well.~Judy