Since the VersaMark pad and VersaMarker kind of go hand in hand, today will be a double introduction. Well, I guess maybe a triple introduction, I cannot leave out the VersaMark Refill. I love the VersaMark ink, it can add a little extra to any stamped card or project. The VersaMark ink is a must have item.
- Item Number: 102283
- Cost: $7.50
VersaMark Pad Refill
- Item Number: 102193
- Cost: $3.95
- Item Number: 100901
- Cost: $3.25
- Acid Free
- Makes tone-on-tone designs or watermark effect
- Perfect for resist stamping and head embossing
- Looks beautiful and fun to use with Stampin’ Pastels
- Pad approximately 3-3/4″ x 2-1/2″
- Marker is dual-tipped: bullet tip and brush tip
- Marker used for freehand drawing
- Refill used to re-ink pad and create your own stampin’ around cartridges
- Refill is 1/2 once
Tips & Tricks
- Try this to produce a shadowy look. Stamp an image with VersaMark ink on a light-colored card stock, use a brayer to apply ink over the stamped image. The first design will resist the second application of ink. Wow!
- Another wow. Try using VersaMark ink with the Poppin’ Pastels technique. First stamp an image with VersaMark ink and apply Stampin’ Pastels to the stamped image with a stamping sponge or sponge dauber. Blend and mix pastels for beautiful effects.
How to Use
- If you stamp and image on colored card stock it will appear a few shades darker than the card stock used. If you stamp on light-colored papers you will achieve the watermark look. Using VersaMark is a great was to make a beautiful background for a card or other stamped projects.
- Use the brush tip side of the marker to apply ink to a stamp.
- Use the bullet tip side to write directly on card stock.
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