Why paint the town red when you can ink it blue? Get beautiful blue blends and bold images with Catherine Pooler's All That Jazz Premium Dye Ink Pad. This vibrant color has unlimited possibilities for stamping, blending, faux-watercolors, heat embossing, and all manner of other inky fun!
Contents: One Catherine Pooler Designs Premium Dye Ink Pad in All That Jazz
Size: Ink pad measures 3.25" x 2"
Haven't tried Catherine Pooler Design inks yet? Then you'll immediately see the difference in these premium ink pads. The saturated foam pad makes inking up a stamp an absolute joy. A little dab is all it takes to completely cover clear & cling stamps and get solid, non-splotchy impressions.
Number of pieces: 1
Catherine Pooler inks are the BEST. I am not just saying that as I have literally tried many of them. I am new to stamping and due to the cost I actually purchased 1 or 2 from a bunch of companies trying to find one that was worth me investing a lot of money into purchasing an entire collection. Once I tried these nothing could come close. I found myself not stamping much because I have to use my stamping platform in order to ensure a good image and I was having to press so hard, I have disabilities, and restamping 3 or 4 times for a clear image so I just preferred to not mess with it. I purchased 2 of these and BAM sometimes I may stamp twice just to make sure it's crisp but I barely have to press on the plate it works basically by itself. These have truly made me enjoy stamping and there are so many ways she shows you to use it that slowly I will be buying this entire collection! I will say if you do the paper dragging method you want to purchase the re-inkers as that uses up a lot of ink but it is stunning. The pads are also really fragile so be careful not to put a point of your paper like the corner on the pad, it can put a nick in it, and then when you try to do the pad to paper it will leave that spot in the background. It was my fault though and now I know I won't be doing that again. :)
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