Best Practices for the Midnight Ink Pad

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View More: http://em-grey.pass.us/catherine-pooler-october-2016-em-grey-photography-raleigh-nc The Midnight Ink Pad is a very black archival ink pad that is great for:

  • regular stamping (dries very quickly)
  • stays wet for a few seconds, so if you are quick with embossing powder, you can emboss it
  • has smooth and even coverage
  • works beautifully with Copic or other alcohol based markers
  • and is water proof

 

All great features, right?

The one feature that we have to watch out for is that the Midnight ink pad will stain your stamps.

I have a few tips in this video to help you avoid a mess!  Sound good?  Watch and see….

 

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  • Kirsty Vittetoe March 17, 2017, 2:59 am

    Very pretty!

  • Pat March 17, 2017, 12:52 pm

    That was a very helpful tutorial about the black ink. Sometimes we don’t think of the most simple things until someone points it out. Thank you, Catherine!

  • BeverlyBL March 20, 2017, 7:03 pm

    Appreciated the heads up on the Black Ink pad. Was glad I chose Lime Rickey as my first color to stamp with because I forgot the warning and pushed too hard. Squoosh! But the green wiped right up, and I had my reminder! The thing I really like about the black is that it does stain the stamps in a good way, if you don’t push too hard. I like that it makes the lines show up, and the stamps are easier to find when I forget to put them back on their sheet. It might cause a problem when trying to line them up for a restamp. I’m not sure about that part yet. Got the 8 color set + black and LOVE the colors, and no transfer. Yay, Catherine.

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