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Scrapbook.com - Premium Pigment Ink Pad - Metallic Gold
Scrapbook.com - Premium Pigment Ink Pad - Metallic Gold
Scrapbook.com - Premium Pigment Ink Pad - Metallic Gold
Scrapbook.com - Premium Pigment Ink Pad - Metallic Gold
Scrapbook.com - Premium Pigment Ink Pad - Metallic Gold
Scrapbook.com - Premium Pigment Ink Pad - Metallic Gold

Scrapbook.com - Premium Pigment Ink Pad - Metallic Gold

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A little touch of gold can make anything shine, and Scrapbook.com's Metallic Gold pigment ink pad is a quick way to add that golden touch to any card, scrapbook page, traveler's notebook or papercrafting project! This soft gold metallic ink will quickly become an absolute staple in your papercrafting stash. W...  Full Description & Details
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A little touch of gold can make anything shine, and Scrapbook.com's Metallic Gold pigment ink pad is a quick way to add that golden touch to any card, scrapbook page, traveler's notebook or papercrafting project! This soft gold metallic ink will quickly become an absolute staple in your papercrafting stash. We love it for stamping, embossing and for making a shine with stencils too. Stay gold, crafter!

Contents: One premium pigment ink pad

Color: Metallic Gold

Type of Ink: Pigment ink

Size: 2 3/4" x 4"

Features:

  • Permanent when dry
  • Slow drying time - perfect for heat embossing
  • Raised foam pad
  • 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:

  • Pigment inks have a slow drying time and are recommended for heat embossing.
  • The ink can potentially stain your stamps - be sure to clean your stamps immediately after each use with pigment inks.

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  • Would this work well to heat emboss a sentiment? Thanks   By: janandbud (12-Oct-20) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I haven't received it yet... I am going to use it for my Christmas sentiment on my cards...with my experience with embossing in the past pigment ink is flat and dries quickly so you will not get the look of embossing will give you...a much richer script with depth. I will advise you to buy the appropriate type of embossing"ink" pad (Versamark) and use some very fine gold (there are million shades of gold) powder to get the most of the sentiment to stand out ( have added a second sprinkle of the powder on top of first to get a very deep image to stand out, do it quickly while first is still sticky. Good Luck By: SusieStarChild (15-Oct-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • You should be able to emboss with any pigment ink. I just ordered this, so I can’t speak from experience, but my guess is yes of course you can By: GPORGal (24-Oct-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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