The Jet Black Archival Ink Pad by Ranger Ink is acid-free, non-toxic, water-resistant, and fade-resistant, and provides lasting results. This ink will not deteriorate paper and does not bleed when inks, paints, or markers are used over it. Recommended by Tim Holtz. Removable hinged lid. Raised stamp surface.
Can't go wrong with this ink...water resistant - you can use watercolors, markers - anything - over it and there will be no bleeding or wicking. And it is terrific for stamping the most detailed stamp images - rubber or acrylic.
I use the Ranger Archival Ink pads for art journaling (as well as cardmaking). Since this ink is waterproof and permanent, I can use it to stamp on a journal page and then use any type of water media with it or over it without worry.
This is a great archival ink. It gives a nice crisp impression every time. I have to be honest...I’ve never used another brand of archival ink so I can’t compare it to others. I’m so pleased with this one why stray? It came to me highly recommend by the top YouTube card makers and scrapbookers. I definitely did my research before deciding on this one and I’m very pleased. I pretty much use it for everything. It’s my go-to black ink of choice.
This has become my favorite black ink pad! I love that it is acid free and permanent! It makes the stamps POP! I love that there is no smudging. It is easy to use and lasts through a lot of stamps. With daily use, I got about a month of use before needing to add ink. Hint: store your stamp up side down. That will keep it from drying out.
This is the perfect ink for bringing out the minute details on Stampers Anonymous Christmas Blueprint 3 stamps featuring a gingerbread house, candy cane, gingerbread man & peppermint. Embellishing with watercolors is easy with this waterproof black ink pad.
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