Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Black
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Black
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Black
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Black
Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Black

Scrapbook.com - Premium Hybrid Ink Pad - Black

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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 will be easy to keep things simple when creating with our Black Hybrid Ink Pad! This dark color is a must-have staple in your ink pad stash. Our exclusive full size ink pad is great for using with your pages, cards, tags and other stamping projects that require this essential color. You will love using this hue on your elegant, prestigious, basic and formal projects. Get started today on your next creative craft with a color that is full of mystery and power!

Contents: One ink pad

Color: Black

Type of Ink: Hybrid ink

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

Compatibility: Waterproof when dry

Color Family: Gray, Gray 4

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 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. They are archival, acid-free and feature a non-fading color ensuring that your stamped images will last for years to come. The ink is non-bleeding, you’ll have perfectly stamped images every time you use it and it’s waterproof when dry, so it’s easy to use with your markers and watercolors. Hybrid ink can be heat set onto materials, it’s a perfect choice for your DIY home decor projects. Included is one hybrid ink pad that is crisp, bright and fast drying.

This is an exclusive Scrapbook.com product!

Fun ideas of what you can create using hybrid 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!

Hybrid ink is compatible with:

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

Tips:

  • Hybrid inks have a fast drying time, they are not recommended for heat embossing.
  • Use any color medium that you’d like! Works with Copic markers and so much more!
  • Tends to stain your stamps, be sure to clean after each use.

Reinkers are available! You can find the Black Reinker here

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93% of buyers would recommend
  • Verified Buyer

    Terrific New Hybrid Ink!

    Am in love with this black hybrid ink! Goes on nicely--no splotching--and works well with detailed stamps. I can use my Chameleon Alcohol Markers with ease and it doesn't smear. A great addition to your ink stash!

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    Used in this card: Grateful


  • Verified Buyer

    Excellent Stuff

    First purchase from Scrapbook.com and low and behold we have a winner! This has to be one of the best ink's I have ever used. There is something about the Hybrid Formula that makes it the best. It is a very bold black and is excellent when using water formula markers, watercolors and or alcohol markers it truly does not smudge. I will be purchasing more of these in the future and keep up the color selection.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Best ink!

    This is the first ink pad I have used with alcohol ink that has not smeared at all!

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  • Verified Buyer

    Scrapbook.com Black Hybrid Ink

    I have become a big fan of the Scrapbook.com products, finding everything I've bought to be of great quality. I bought this one ink pad just to try and I LOVE IT. I will be buying some of the other ink pads too, in multiple colors. Well done, Scrapbook.com. (or as my grand daughter says scrappycom) Maybe I shop too much with them?

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  • Verified Buyer

    Black

    I Love the Black Hybrid ink pad! It gives a crisp look and it dries pretty fast too!

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    Used in this card: Happy Holidays


  • Verified Buyer

    premium hybrid ink pad - black

    great black ink - went on crisply and dried quickly!

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    Used in this card: blended christmas trees


  • Verified Buyer

    Great for Copics

    I just got this ink pad & couldn't wait to use it. I use the Crafter's Companion paper that is made to be used with the Spectrum Noir markers because it is really white & smooth. I've had some problems with other ink pads smearing even though they that say they're made for use with Copic markers. This ink pad was wonderful!

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    Used in this card: Love Lives Here Succulents Card


  • Verified Buyer

    Works with alcohol and water based media

    A great black ink that will not smear when used with alcohol markers as well as water based media. Love the convenience of having one ink pad that works with all my markers!

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  • My new go to black ink

    I struggle with black inks as a lot arent a true black, this really is and works brilliantly with all mediums. Highly recommend this as a craft room stable.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Did you know?

    That the lid of this ink makes a great stamp block in a pinch? Couldn't find my block and gave it a shot - worked perfectly!

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  • Is there a preferred way to store these ink pads. I remember dye inks were supposed to be stored pad up and pigments inks were to be stored pad down. (Or vice versa LOL) What should I do to maintain these properly?   By: Ginny McMinn (13-Apr-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Good question! Storage of the ink pads are a personal preference. The performance of the pad itself isn't affected either way. The biggest issue would be leaving the lid off of your ink pad for extended periods of time, which will dry your ink pads out much faster. I hope that helps. By: PaperMischief (15-Apr-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • How do these compare with Palette Hybrid Ink pads?   By: mum28 (27-Sep-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Hi! I just received my Scrapbook.com hybrid ink pads today - I purchased the kit that has black and 3 grey tones; I also purchased the refills for this kit. I did a side-by-side test, using the new Scrapbook.com black hybrid ink pad and my freshly re-inked Palette Hybrid Noir Black ink pad.

      I stamped a detailed log cabin and tree scene using each brand of ink on Cougar White cardstock and allowed the ink to air dry and compared the intensity of black ink. They looked virtually identical. (I will add that neither ink was as intensely black as Versafine Onyx Black, a pigment ink noted for it’s unique blackness).

      I tested these stamped images for bleeding using alcohol markers (Stampin Up Blends, Copics and Windsor Newton alcohols). Both brands performed beautifully, with absolutely no bleeding or blurring of the stamp lines. I then tested Derwent watercolor pencils and an aqua brush on the stamped images. Both brands survived this test as well, with no bleeding or blurring of the stamped lines. Conclusion: Both brands get good results when used with alcohol Inks and watercolors.

      The shape of ink pad case is the same for both brands of hybrid ink, right down to the useful finger grips at the sides and how the lid snaps onto the back for handy storage when using. The refills for both brands are the same size and both have the same black caps. Palette Hybrid Inks are made by Stewart Superior. There is no named manufacturer on the Scrapbook.com hybrid pad - their name is the only one that appears on the back label. Both brands are made in the USA. Perhaps Stewart Superior entered into a proprietary agreement with Scrapbook.com to market this line of Inks with their name on them - who knows? Regardless of whether that is so, these new Scrapbook.com hybrid inkpads are DANDY! And the price point on them is dramatically lower than any other competing brands of this type of specialty ink pad. The added advantage is that reinkers are immediately available, also at a lower price than other brands. And Scrapbook.com has speedy shipping, so you don’t have long wait times before you get to use the product.

      This was probably WAY more than you were wanting to know, but I thought the detailed info might address questions that other shoppers might think of as they consider the qualities of these newly available hybrid Inks. By: Boss (29-Sep-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Do these hybrid inks dry quickly? Can they be used with embossing powder?   By: 49erfan (26-Sep-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • "Hybrid inks have a fast drying time, they are not recommended for heat embossing." This statement is on the description of each of the individual ink colors, so no, no embossing powder use! I love mine! By: menardkd (18-Oct-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • They do dry rather quickly. I colored with alcohol markers and watercolor markers - no problem. I haven’t tried them with embossing powder. By: Sophia58 (28-Sep-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • How do the Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Ink Pads compare to the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks? Can you use them the same way and get the same results as the Distress Oxide Inks? Are the creamy and blendable?   By: rcwinston (25-Sep-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I don't own this product but I do have a hybrid ink and it's a different formulation than the Oxide inks. Oxide inks react with water and hybrid inks are waterproof and safe for alcohol markers. Both are great products but for different uses. By: Dania Boise (26-Sep-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • How do you clean your stamps after using hybrid inks?   By: rcjciverso (01-Jan-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • With a damp paper towel. Then stamp on a dry paper towel to make sure all the ink has been removed By: Sgrat (02-Jan-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • How do you clean your stamps after using hybrid inks?   By: rcjciverso (01-Jan-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I use Ranger Inkssentials stamp cleaning spray and Lawn Fawn’s Stamp Shammy. Both do a great job, although there will be some inks (especially in red and black colors) that will simply stain the stamp no matter what and there’s no cleaning it off (I think these have pigment ink?). I clean these stamps with the products I mentioned so that when I change ink color, no residual ink is left even though it looks red or black (or both!). Side note: the Stamp Shammy works better than paper towels because it doesn’t tear or leave “paper dust” on the stamp, and the Inkssentials spray smells yummy though it does not leave a heavy odor while being a pretty safe, harmless solution. By: jenniferlala (02-Jan-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • I am currently replacing all of my ink pads with the scrapbook hybrid pads and I love them.
    I am storing my pads in Crafter's Companion Ink Pad Storage Trays and they've held everything from Stampin Up pads to Fun Stampers Journey stamps and they are now holding some Distress Ink Pads and Scrapbook.com hybrid ink pads. Laying down on their sides, I cannot make out the label colors.
    So my question is, how are the rest of you marking the ink pads with what colors are in them when they are stored?   By: scramblinrosie (30-Oct-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I havnt received mine yet, but watched a you tube video yesterday , and that person typed the ink names on a strip of cardstock and then inked each strip with the ink from the pad...i would probably use a sponge dauber and feather it out so you could see the ombré look of each ink pad. This person cut each in a narrow strip and glued to the edge of each pad, so it could be seen when stacked or on it’s side~Hope that helps you~ By: JMarch (01-Nov-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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