We have a splendid green bundle of hybrid ink pads for you! Our exclusive bundle offers the “pear-fect” amount of spice, aloe and salt. Just think of what you can create with the colors included of Pear, Guacamole, Succulent and Olive; your possibilities are endless! These full size ink pads will offer the ideal shade of green for your pages, cards, tags and other stamping projects.
Contents: Four ink pads
Color: Pear, Guacamole, Succulent and Olive
Type of Ink: Hybrid ink
Size: 2 1/8" x 3 1/8" Oval
Compatibility: Waterproof when dry
Color Group: Green 1, Green 2, Green 3, Green 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:
Hybrid ink is compatible with:
Reinkers are available! You can find the Green Reinkers here.
Good coverage inks particularly for solid images, you just have to remember to hold the stamp down for a few beats rather than just kissing it to the card, just to give the ink a chance to sink in to the cardstock.
Being hybrid inks they're great with alcohol markers too.
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