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Old 01-05-2006, 10:57 PM   #1  
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Question SU Classic or Craft ink?

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I am new to stamping and making my first SU purchase. I think I am going to purchase one set of the ink spots. Would you buy classic or craft inks??

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classic for sure they are the more common and more useful! craft takes a long time to dry and is messy!
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Welcome to the crazy, wonderful, ~ addictive ~ world of stamping!! You're sure to discover a personal creativity you never knew exsisted !

To answer your question, I like both kinds of ink, really. All my full-size pads are classic, but I recently ordered two sets of craft spots (EE & SS) and I am really enjoying them. I haven't touched my classic inks for quite awhile, but Aubrey is right that they are more versatile. I also use the classic re-inkers a lot, as I enjoy making cards using the "polished stone" technique. Let us know what you decide and how you like them!

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I concur on the classic as a first buy. I also recommend that you get a Staz on Black ink pad as it is really waterproof.
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