This has got to be my favorite distress ink. You can use it for gothy/alternative pages, as well as soft baby pages. It's great for boy and girl pages too, and especially for geneology pages. I absolutely love it! I like these inks because they are easy to use. You can get a pretty straight frame on a page just by rubbing it along the side of the paper.
a very light color but i do luv usung my distress inks they are the best very wet you can make so many differnt looks with them they are awsome!!!
This ink adds a nice sepia effect with white which is great for heritage pages! Another must have in your scrapbook supply!
I was looking for a ink pad that would darken the edges like tea dye does so well but isn't red brown rust colored. Unfortunately I went with the lid color and the extolled virtues of various artists on-line. Antique Linen is a neutral off-white and a little cool (instead of warm like tea dye). It is very light and because of this even more transparent. On the plus side it does knock back white-whites which I love, and I've saved some blending near mistakes with a top layer of Antique Linen… but it is not the edging ink I was hoping for. I've gone to Gathered Twigs for a cooler brown but I have to be super careful not to use too much or it gets really dark really fast.
This is a great ink if you need a dark yellow / light brown color, and I've used it on a lot of baby pages. While it does not make the bold statement that a darker ink can, this adds a nice subtle distressed color.