Here is an example of some of the inks I have in my collection. I prefer pigment inks for cards, tags, and embossing, that's just my preference, but I also use dye-based inks for my labels because they are quick drying. Experiment with different types to see what you like to use most. Different inks have different applications. There may be certain inks that work best on paper, and some that work best on other types of material depending on what you're using your stamps for. Do some research - Google is a pretty awesome (and free!) tool. I usually buy my supplies at either Jo-Ann Fabrics or Michael's. If I can't get out of town, I'll shop on Amazon, too. If you have an exclusive rubber stamp/scrapbooking shop in your town, stop in and ask the clerk for advice. They'll surely have helpful tips for you and the supplies you need will be right there!
|I recommend adding some of these nifty Marvy Le Plume II markers to your collection!|
|I didn't use my spiffy Marvy markers for this project, but my Color Box pigment Pinwheel instead. I would recommend that you do to obtain the truest colors when stamping images. Sometimes I get a bit lazy and I might stamp yellow, then orange, then red, etc., before cleaning the stamp. If I'm working in the same range of colors, and working from light to dark (never the other way around!) I might skip the cleaning. But that's just me!|
|These envelopes were colored with Tsukineko Memento Dye Based inks. I love the rich brilliant colors and easy clean up. These can be found online and in most craft stores in the scrapbooking section.|