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Old 07-15-2013, 05:39 AM   #1  
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is versamark the same as Ranger's watermark resist pad?thanks
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For the most part Yes, these 2 products can be used interchangable.
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Yes & no. The Resist pad, I believe, 'bleaches' out the image, and can be ironed over to increase the effect. Having said that, I have seen a lot of people say its not a very effective method- they prefer to use standard bleach for the process. So in other words, you'd apply colour( brayer/sponge) to cardstock, then stamp over it with the Resist pad to remove colour.
Versamark is a thick, clear type of embossing ink. You can use it as you would any embossing ink, to add clear/ white powder too and heat, so you get an embossed image, then sponge/brayer colour over that, so the background is coloured & the image remains white/clear. The picture shows an SU Swallowtail done like this. It will also slightly change the colour of cardstock, if it is just stamped onto it, making the image appear darker than the original cardstock, so you get a tone on tone effect. Versamark can also be used to dust Perfect Pearls, or similar over.Hth.
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The Watermark Resist pad by Ranger is not the same as the Distress Clear Embossing Ink. This is the description Ranger gives for the Distress Emboss.
Distress Clear Embossing Ink is formulated to give crafters the optimum performance when embossing with Distress Embossing Powders. This specially developed embossing ink allows for the ideal amount of “release” to get that vintage worn and weathered look.
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