I’ve been doing a lot of coloring lately. If you’ve been following along, you’ve seen me coloring a lot with my Stampin’ Write Markers – I’ve been customizing my Designer Series Papers and coloring fun images with these little water-based inks. Since I’m so impassioned with these markers, I thought I would share a quick video to show you how much I love them and offer some tips for working with Stampin’ Write Markers and their new best friend – the Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad (available in the upcoming Holiday Catalog).
Please enjoy my video:
Here are some stats about the new Basic Black and Basic Gray Archival Stampin’ Pads:
Classic Archival Pads have permanent ink, making them the obvious choice for watercoloring techniques. The innovative ink pad design has a patented flip-top lid and a felt pad to give you a superior stamping experience. Archival ink works equally well with rubber stamps and photopolymer stamps.
- Fast drying, permanent ink
- Offered in Basic Black and Basic Gray
- Acid free
- Flip top for upside-down storage: pad stay inked during storage
- Can be re-inked with Archival Stampin’ Ink Refills
Here are some projects I’ve recently shared with this new pad and my Stampin’ Write Markers (you can click on the picture to see the original posts):
Bottom line: you need these Stampin’ Write Markers. Whether you buy them in bulk or by color family (some are even available in single markers), you are certain to use these pens – especially when the new Archival inks are available!
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