ColorBox and Blends Bundle


ColorBox and Blends Bundle

ColorBox and Blends Bundle
Gifted by We R Memory Keepers
Reviewed by Molly Fletcher, Editor,

Once housed in a garage, ColorBox by Clearsnap has grown into one of the nation's top ink manufacturers. Boasting a rigorous testing process, Colorbox relies on artists to push its products to the limit. This bundle of inks and applicators is a wonderful gift for scrapbook enthusiasts, paper crafters, and visual artists.


Archival Dye Inkpad (Grasshopper, Moody Blue, and Mudslide)

Archival dye ink is designed to prevent fading, making it the perfect material to use on scrapbooks, greeting cards, and journals. It ensures that embellishments stay as colorful and crisp as the first day they were put to paper. Put long-lasting color back in your paper crafts with the Archival Dye Inkpad. Choose from 30 quick-dry colors that won't smear when moistened. This waterproof archival ink makes it perfect for watercoloring and projects using matte papers, clay, canvas, and more. 


Petal Point Pigment (Celebrate and Serenity)

Unlike archival dye ink, pigment inks dry slowly, but the vivid colors are worth the wait. Ideal for heat embossing projects, pigment calls for a light touch–try not to over-saturate your stamps so that the impressions come out clearly. Petal Point Pigment includes eight small samples of beautiful inks, saving you space and money. Each petal slides out, making it a cinch to clean and re-ink each pad. Plus, the tip of each petal makes it easy to ink tricky spots. Pigment works best with absorbent papers to give it an archival quality.


Blends by Eileen Hull (Bay, Ebony, Flagstone, and Nutmeg)

Clearsnap partnered with artist Eileen Hull to develop a tool that can hold ten times the ink of a standard inkpad. Whether you work with paper, clay, fabric, or wood, these Blends applicators make crafting convenient and mess-free! Try this hand-held inking tool by applying a little bit of pressure on a scrap piece of paper until the ink starts to flow. Seal the color with heat, and you'll make these gorgeous colors permanent.

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