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Old 06-04-2013, 10:51 PM   #1
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I blew Distress Inks through a straw and got nice results on Krome Kote paper. It took a very long time to dry and raised the top layer of the paper a bit, which makes me think I maybe shouldn't use the same ink for stamping the sentiment. The sentiment would be in the blank space, so no problem running into the other inks.

I don't have a scrap of Krome Kote to test inks and am hoping you have stamped sentiments on glossy paper and can tell me which inks might work best. I don't have alcohol inks but have the rest.

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Best advice I can give for Krome Kote is to use either Staz-On or maybe a pigment ink and heat emboss it.
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The following is NOT based on my experience, but you might have a good shot with one of these:

Ranger's archival ink (heat set) and Ranger indicates it's permanent on glossy paper.

Hero Arts says, "Brilliance on Glossy card stock: Stamping on glossy card stock takes more time to dry (overnight is suggested, just to be safe) but when complete, beautiful results are found. Embossing is possible on this surface."

Memento: "This ink is made of pigment ink that dries naturally on vellum and glossy paper. Works great on leather, polymer clay, mica, acetate and more. Perfect for embossing too!"

Palette ink: "It dries instantly on paper and porous surfaces and requires a heat-set on glossy surfaces and fabrics."
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Stazon dries fast on shiny surfaces including Krome Kote
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Looks like no worries.........any ink I have should work. Thanks so much for your quick responses.

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Isn't Krome Kote the same as SU Glossy paper (now retired)? Plain old dye inks (mine are SU) work great on that.
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