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Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Holiday Group - Cardinal Red
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Holiday Group - Cardinal Red
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Holiday Group - Cardinal Red
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Holiday Group - Cardinal Red
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Holiday Group - Cardinal Red

Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Holiday Group - Cardinal Red

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Find the hue that speaks to you with our exclusive Scrapbook.com Inks Collection! This perfect premium ink pad ensures that you get the best possible ink transfer on your stamps, paper, and project every single time! Explore all the vibrant, wonderful colors to match your needs - starting right here!  Full Description & Details
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It's the color of Christmas, Valentine's Day, true love, the first color of an amazing rainbow - we're talking about RED! This must-have ink color is an absolute staple in your stamping supplies. Make sure you're ready for every RED event with the Scrapbook.com Cardinal Red Premium Hybrid Ink Pad!

Contents: One premium hybrid ink pad

Color: Cardinal Red

Type of Ink: Hybrid ink

Size: 2 1/8" x 3 1/8" oval

Features:

  • Waterproof when dry
  • Fast drying
  • Fabric ink pad
  • Combination dye and pigment ink
  • Great for all skill levels of crafters
  • Perfect for all surfaces; heat set needed on glossy surfaces
  • Made in the USA
  • Ergonomic design with snap-on lid 
  • Archival
  • Acid-free
  • Non-fading & non-bleeding
  • Fits perfectly in the Scrapbook.com Ink Pad Storage system

Compatible With:

  • Watercolors
  • Alcohol markers
  • Mists and sprays
  • Brush markers
  • Glitter markers
  • Other inks

What is the difference between dye, pigment and hybrid ink?

Dye inks are water-based and literally dye your paper. The ink is soaked up by the paper or cardstock so they tend to dry fast. Pigment inks are made of tiny particles that will sit on top of your paper and will take a longer time to dry. They tend to be brighter, with a denser saturation of color and work well with dark colors of cardstock. They are also great for heat embossing since they stay wet longer. Hybrid inks are the best of the two ink types (dye and pigment) as they have properties of both inks. They also tend to be more translucent in their appearance. Hybrid inks are suitable for all skill levels of crafters due to their compatibility with multiple mediums and surfaces.

Tips for use:

  • Hybrid inks have a fast drying time and are not recommended for heat embossing.
  • The ink can potentially stain your stamps - be sure to clean your stamps immediately after each use with hybrid inks.
  • Reinkers are available to keep your ink pad juicy and ready to create something amazing! You can find the reinker you need right here.

This is an exclusive Scrapbook.com product!

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  • What do you use to clean up your stamps when you use scrapbook hybrid paints?   By: shirleyc71 (03-Jul-21) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Is this a red with blue undertones or orange. I need a red with blue undertones. If this is an orange red can you recommend an ink with blue undertones? From looking at the color, I think itís a cool red with blue undertones but I could be wrong! Also, can you recommend a Wedgewood blue which is a dusky blue gray?   By: les.koch (15-Jun-21) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Good Morning!

    last year I received the link to the color table for the premium hybrid inks I had purchased, but this year I was lost on my computer, I could make the link available again, I am not finding it

    sorry google translator   By: Rafa240979 (02-Oct-20) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • sorry it was just asking the question I found the answer
      https://www.scrapbook.com/articles/ink-swatch-books By: Rafa240979 (02-Oct-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Can I use hybrid ink to stamp on a painted surface and then paint over the stamped image and it won't smudge? Like in a mixed media artwork.   By: natski (08-Sep-20) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • There are really two questions here, so let me answer them individually, as I do mixed media and "layer"

      1) Can you use the hybrid ink on a a painted surface? 'Yes' and 'No.' By this I mean 'Yes' overall, but it really matters how 'dark the color' of paint, as some of these hybrids are VERY light (although they have allegedly improved a few of the formulas since the first release that were problematic, which were one of the lightest pinks and lightest greys..I did not replace them, but nonetheless, they would still be exceptionally faint and would not 'show' over even a light paint unless it was basically opaque or white). The the more vibrant colors should show just fine over watercolors, art paints, and acrylics, and I have not tried oils (the mix might be an issue, might not).

      2) Can you stamp them and then paint OVER them? My answer on the 'whole' would be 'no.' Again, there might be exceptions. If you are using a really bright and deep colored hybrid ink, and potentially an opaque paint or watercolor, that might work fine. But if you move to something thicker with more of a thickness and body like an acrylic, I think you will be just painting 'over it,' like it was never there. You may have 'peeks' through, if that is what you are looking for, where you 'wipe' and peel away some of the paint to 'show through' the dried hybrid ink while the paint is still wet, but I would imagine it might take some practice to get this to be successful, as the paint will likely re-wet the hybrid ink with much time of another substance over it.

      Hope that helps!

      Nikki By: nmartinez13 (10-Sep-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Can you watercolor with these ink pads?   By: Linda Heckendorf (14-Jan-20) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Should be able to. Just smoosh on acetate or glass and add water. You may want to use the reinkers for easy watercolor use though. By: MagyMakes (15-Jan-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Can you stamp on fabric and are the images colorfast? I want to stamp on cloth diapers to be used for burp cloths. Will the inks be safe for use around the baby?   By: kgrierson (05-Apr-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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    Are these inkpad safe to use for photos? Not directly on a photo, so much, just in scrapbook pages that contain photos?   By: User (11-Nov-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Yes:) This Hybrid inkpad is safe to use on your scrapbook layouts near photos. The ink is acid free.
      I hope this helps. By: Amber Boren (12-Nov-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • I have not tried it on fabric. Try it on an old shirt or piece of fabric. By: Jamm225 (13-Apr-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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