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Old 01-19-2013, 06:17 AM   #1
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Does anyone know how to use "artisan ink" sold by Red Lead stamping? Or do you know where I can get some instructions for it and what type of paper is best to use? When I serf for artisan ink all I get is Epson printer ink.
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Old 01-19-2013, 06:22 AM   #2
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I modified the search to Artisan Inks for Rubber Stamping' , and came up with these:
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Thank you soooooo much! Great help!
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I've never heard of them but from the way they're being used in that video I'd say they look very similar to Distress inks in how they behave with water (not breaking down to constituent colours when mixed with water). That makes it likely that anything you can do with Distress inks you could most likely do with these so maybe look for Distress ideas if you don't turn up much on Artisan inks specifically.

There are some lovely colours in the range - have fun playing with them!
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They have a Yahoo group: redlead : Red Lead
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I thinking along the same thought with Joanne, I am going to try Tim Holtz reinkers and see how they work. May be made by the same company.
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