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Old 01-28-2013, 11:15 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by dottiejdavis View Post
Though I was part of a different thread discussing inks, I still struggle with the same issues I mentioned before. I have every brand name of black ink and still have troubles getting a consistent juicy black black image on my cardstock. If I emboss with clear powder I get better results with it looking real black but if I leave it plain, not always so. I used to use Brilliance ALL the time but it seems now I have to add ink to my pad frequently (even a new pad) to accomplish that. The type of paper was discussed but no matter what paper I use Versafine still isn't black enough. I have Momento but that isn't consistent either. So, I guess the conclusion I am coming to is that you have to ink it up pretty much everytime to get that beautiful black image. I would love to hear what others say as this problem has come up many times from the gals here.
Have you tried the Marvy Black? It's really a nice BLACK black pad! When I'm stamping something that has a lot of solid black area I always use this!


Maybe we should coax Miss Meowy into carrying it in the store or telling us her source!
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