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I was looking at the Amuse Studio (A|Muse Studio? A muse Studio? A*Muse Studio? I have seen all these and just WHAT is the right way to spell the name of this company??!) catalog online. They have some cute stamps and I have heard good things about their inks and cardstock, but I have some questions (cardstock is white on one side? is the ink pigment or dye? that sort of thing)
What is the best way to find a consultant to ask? I don't need someone who lives near me or anything, just someone I can contact, and I feel weird about randomly emailing someone I find in the directory.
Phantom (Nancy Baier) here on SCS is a consultant. Her ID# is 1137. I think that you put her number in when you check out (I've only placed one order so far, so I don't remember). She is VERY friendly and helpful! The website is here: https://www.amusestudio.com/index.asp Her A Muse email is email@example.com
What limited knowledge I have about the products is that the cardstock IS white on one side, and I believe the ink is a hybrid. The colors are beautiful!
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Last edited by gregzgurl; 11-20-2012 at 07:35 PM..
The correct way to spell it is with a space between the a and the m, so "a muse studio." Yes, the cardstock has a white core and is white on the back side. Score it on the colored side. The inks are technically a pigment ink, but they are a fast drying pigment ink. If you are familiar with Impress' Fresh Inks, they are very similar. Gorgeous colors, nice coverage, GREAT service.
If you plug your zip code into their website/consultant locator, it should direct you to your nearest consultant.
I like the cardstock for cards - having that white on the inside keeps me from having to add extra layers inside for sentiments and signatures. It's also cool for embossing if you want to sand down to reveal the white core.
They also just put out a Valentine catalog - very cute stuff!!!