Rich, bright pigment inks from Clearsnap have long made embossing with Stampendous premium embossing powders simple. The slower drying time of pigment ink is perfect for holding embossing powders to paper while heating with an embossing heat tool. Pigment inks are also gorgeous for colorful, fade-resistant stamping, but the slow drying quality requires some patience and on some surfaces they will never dry. ColorBox Chalk Inks, however, provide beautiful, colorful results in a fast-drying format. They’ve long been a favorite here at Stampendous for stamping anything we do in color! With over 50 colors available, there is a Chalk Ink for anything you want to create! You can even heat set them to make them waterproof!
On this terrific card, our in-house Sample Artist Debi Hammons used one of our all-time favorites, Dark Moss, for the leaves in the background of our Jumbo Cling Rubber Parrot stamp. These great colors are available in large pads, Cat’s Eye, mini pads, Petal Point pads… so many ways to collect lots of colors!
Jumbo Parrot by Debi Hammons
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