Premium Dye Ink Pad - Black

Exclusive
In Stock
$6.50 $3.99 ($2.51 Off)
Save
SavedSave to Favorites
SavedSave to Wish List
Sign In to save to your Wish List or Favorites.
Added to your Favorite Products
Added to your Wish List

We think the color black is a must-have staple in your ink pad stash! The exclusive Black Premium Dye Ink Pad is so versatile that you will want to make sure you always have it on hand for your crafting at home or your on-the-go classes or crops. You will love weathering items on your projects or coloring fib...  Full Description & Details
Related Products
Projects
Description & Details

We think the color black is a must-have staple in your ink pad stash! The exclusive Black Premium Dye Ink Pad is so versatile that you will want to make sure you always have it on hand for your crafting at home or your on-the-go classes or crops. You will love weathering items on your projects or coloring fibers, the creative possibilities are truly endless!

Contents: One ink pad

Color: Black

Type of Ink: Dye ink

Size: 2 1/8" x 3 1/8" Oval

Compatibility: Dries permanent

The raised pad is designed to completely ink stamps of any size, so you will get a crisp stamped image every time, it’s acid-free, fade-resistant and archival-safe ink. And best of all, our Black Dye Ink is waterproof!

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 ink pads are proudly made in the USA and feature an ergonomic design making it easy to hold; the lid snaps on the base that creates a handle so that it is easy to ink your stamps.

This is an exclusive Scrapbook.com product!

Project materials that work well with dye inks:

  • Paper, cardstock, glossy paper, vellum, photos, acetate, vinyl, porcelain, terra cotta, wood, leather, fabric and paper clay

The following materials we recommend heat-set and/or a fixative:

  • Shrink plastic
  • Glass and ceramic
  • Metal
  • Leather
  • Fabric

Fun ideas of what you can create using dye ink:

  • Stamped images
  • Use your favorite markers to color on your stamped images
  • Watercoloring
  • Wood veneer shapes
  • Glassine treat bags
  • Canvas art
  • Clothing or fabric art
  • Home decor
  • And so much more!

Dye ink is compatible with:

  • Acrylic stamps
  • Rubber cling stamps
  • Wood mounted stamps
  • Photopolymer
  • Mixed media projects
  • Art journals
  • Altered art projects

Tips:

  • 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.
  • This ink is waterproof
  • Tends to stain your stamps, be sure to clean after each use.
  • Do not use with Copic or alcohol markers, ink will bleed.

Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Ink Pads and Reinkers are available! You can find them here.

Product Reviews
Avg. Rating (2 total)
50% of buyers would recommend
  • Love this ink!

    Love the quality of this ink!

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!

  • I cannot find a paper that this ink doesn't bleed and feather on

    I received this pad in a bundle with the entire Scrapbook.com collection and was really excited to use it. I have never been let down by an ink more.

    I initially tried it on Neenah Solar White 80 lb cardstock. The gold standard of white card paper, right? I stamped an Altenew flower outline on it and once I lifted up I could see that the ink had started to bleed outwards and feather slightly. I wasn't getting a crisp outline but a blurry one. But since this was a Build-A-Flower I thought I'd continue.

    I gave it time to dry and then stamped the second layer using the Scrapbook.com Ballet Slipper hybrid ink. This made the dye ink bleed more! This ink is totally useless to me and now I'm going to have to go out and get a new Memento Tuxedo Black since this is not going to work. I'm very, very disappointed.

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!

You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.

Questions & Answers
No questions yet. Ask a Question.

Related Classes