Pick of the Week: Inkadinkado Markers

One of my favorite new products is the pigment markers from Inkadinkado!  If you’re a stamper, you’re going to love having the option to color your stamps any way you want!

These markers have two points to them, a fine point (ideal for detailed stamps or drawing & writing things you want to emboss) and a wide, circular,  flat point (great for coloring in larger spaces on a stamp or creating a polka dot background).  The markers come in a set of 4 colors and we have them in a Pastel, Primary, Earthtone and Metallic set.

These markers are great for those times when you want to stamp your image with more than one color of ink and you can’t with your big ink pads.  I also love that these markers are pigment so the ink stays wet long enough for you to emboss.

If you want to see these markers in action, stop by our store today, Saturday or Sunday for a demo on these markers, plus see more ways to add color to your stamps!

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  1. Beth’s avatar

    How much are they??

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    1. Angie’s avatar

      Beth,
      A set of 4 markers retails for $9.99.

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  2. Judy’s avatar

    The photo of the purple flower looked like these markers are “flat” colors sort of like chalk inks or Tim Holtz inks. True?

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    1. Angie’s avatar

      The inks are a pigments marker but they do have a little more of a matte finish to them. However, they stay wet long enough to emboss and the metallic markers have quite a bit of shine to them!

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  3. Molli Frey’s avatar

    do these work like copic? can you blend them while wet?

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    1. Angie’s avatar

      Molli,
      No, these don’t work quite like Copics. These wouldn’t be ideal for coloring in your stamped image, which Copic is wonderful for, but rather adding ink directly to the stamp before you put it on paper. You can overlap the colors on your stamp to blend them, but they don’t blend when using them directly on paper very well.

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