I made 16 of these and sent a bunch out to my customers with no sentiment; they could be used for Easter, thank you, thinking of you, or birthday just depending on what sentiment they want to stamp either on the front or inside. For the rest of them, I stamped "Happy Easter" on the inside and I'm sending them out to my family.
The image is stamped with black craft ink (not embossed) and then colored with markers. I discovered that if I used the brush tip of the marker then the black wouldn't really bleed but it did contaminate the fine tip of my markers. I was just curious as to how the craft ink would do with markers.
Date: Thursday, April 2, 2009 GMT Views: 974
Registered: March 23, 2009 Location: Rockford, Illinois Posts: 416
Sun, Jun 21, 2009 @ 2:30 PM
Any type of solvent ink such as StazOn or Ranger Archival ink will not bleed. Anytime you use a 'pigment' type ink such as Crafter's or Colorbox, or even a dye ink that is not listed as permanent, you will have bleeding.
Just a helpful tip from a store owner and instructor of a 1,000 trial and error workshops!:rolleyes: