First of all, let me say the black archival ink from ranger should be in EVERY craft room across the nation! Any Ranger fan will rejoice from the rooftops on their archival ink! Its surface is durable and the ink runs smoothly across (or I guess under) the entire surface so I get consistently good stamp impressions again and again. The ink is waterproof once it dries, you can even do a watercolor over the stamped image, and the ink doesn't bleed at all. Very nice.
I think I'm in love with these little stamp pads! The ink is the same beautifully pigmented archival ink you can expect from Ranger, but the smaller size is perfect for me! I feel they make it much easier to keep the ink on the raised portion of the stamp instead of leaving streaks on your acrylic block or edges of the stamp.
Used in this layout: But How, Lord?
I love Ranger Archival Ink and these little mini pads provide the same quality of ink you expect from Ranger, just in a smaller size. They are a great way to add to your color collection without taking up as much space and they work perfectly with the stamps that are part of the Letter It program!
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