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Old 03-02-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
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I love this ink! I am not sure if it is the actual ink itself of the pad, but it gives great coverage on solid type stamps. I only have a few of these but have been very happy with every project I used them on.
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I have heard good things about this ink - does anyone out there have a chart of what cardstock brands & colors they coordinate with?

I have heard Amuse inks are made by the same company, so their papers would match, but I am looking for a thicker cardstock that is the same color on both sides (I know Amuse's is white on one side)
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I love Fresh ink and have quite a few. I have done a couple of posts with swatches - here's one of them:
cards by cara: Some new colours of Fresh Inks - a product review plus a PFP crazy for circles card
The colours are nicely saturated and give GREAT coverage.

Oh, and here is a google doc with some ink matches:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...ZbnVnY3c#gid=0
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I love Fresh Ink! And the Amuse Studio ink is the same kind. Their pads and cases are exactly the same. I'm gradually accumulating a full collection of both brands. Between the two, you could probably find a very close match for just about any cardstock out there.
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