Hello crafters! Today I want to introduce to you the six newest colors from Ranger Ink designer, Wendy Vecchi, in her Archival Ink line. We have already done a full review of Archival Inks on Craft Test Dummies that you can see here. There are now 12 colors total in Wendy’s Archival ink line, and the ones I show you in the below video are her newest. If you enjoy this color palette, Wendy has also released embossing powders in her first six colors, so you may want to check those out, too!
Check out the video below and let me know if you have any questions or comments!
Below are photos of the colors close-up as well as some of the samples I showed you in the video.
Wendy Vecchi’s Archival inks run approximately $5.99 an ink pad and can be found online, including the Ranger Ink store, and in many local rubber stamping stores. I feel that the price point is right-on for this product: Archival inks last a very long time when properly taken care of and there are so many more uses to them then just stamping. The additional mediums that you can use with them and the long-lasting permanent nature that they have make it an ideal choice of an ink pad. What do you think, crafters? Do these stamp pads interest you? See any new uses that you hadn’t thought of before? As always, let me know in the comments!
(Disclaimer: Product provided for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)
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