Come rain or shine you will be happy that you have the exclusive Rainy Day Premium Hybrid Reinker by Scrapbook.com on hand to refresh your favorite ink pad! Have your ink pad rejuvenated in a jiffy and craft ready for your rainy, graduation, New Year’s, outdoor and everyday themed stamping projects.
Contents: One premium reinker
Color: Rainy Day
Type of Ink: Hybrid ink
Size: .5 fluid ounce
Color Group: Gray 2
Reinkers are an inexpensive way to extend the life of your Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Ink Pads. To use; simply shake the bottle, squeeze a few drops on the ink pad surface and work the ink evenly into the pad with the bottle nozzle. It’s that easy! Now your Scrapbook.com ink pad is rejuvenated and ready for more creative projects.
But don’t limit the reinker to just extending the life of your ink pad, it has many other creative uses as well! Here are some fun ideas of what else you can use them for:
We recommend that you store your reinker bottles upside down to keep them flowing smoothly and minimize air bubbles that can mess up your projects.
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, so they dry fast, it’s almost instantaneous. Pigment inks are made of tiny particles that will sit on top of your paper and will take a longer time to dry; they work great with heat embossing. Hybrid inks are the best of the two (dye and pigment) as they have properties of both types of ink. They tend to be a more translucent type of ink and are recommended for all skill levels.
Our hybrid ink pads and reinkers are proudly made in the USA.
This is an exclusive Scrapbook.com product!
Project materials that work well with hybrid inks:
Hybrid ink is compatible with:
Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Ink Pads are available! You can find the coordinating rainy day ink pad here.
I think this ink is just fine as an ink and as a pad. I definitely get the essence of a rainy day with this gray, but it sure is light in application. The contrast is very low (even on a white background) and I admit I was a little disappointed.
To compare, I ordered Wendy Vecchi's Make Art - Blendable Dye Ink Pad in "Watering Can." Watering Can is what I think of when I think of a medium gray ink. I did comparison stampings of the two inks: WC is darker than "Rainy Day," which comes off as a ghost impression of Watering Can.
You may want to order "Charcoal" if you're planning to use a Scrapbook.com gray ink that you want to contrast against other media in your work.
This review was written about a related product.
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