Are your Markers drying out? Is the ink from your Ink Pads getting lighter or uneven in color? Watch this Video and learn to reink both your Markers and Ink Pads. It is pretty quick.
I made this video two years ago. One of my Markers needed reinking at a recent event and I could not remember how to reink it. So here is the video so we can all take care of these coloring tools and get great results every time.
This video is about 8 minutes long.
SUPPLIES: Stampin’ Up! Ink Pad with ink refill in the same color
Stampin’ Up! Marker with ink refill in the same color
Needle Nose Pliers NOTES:
~I laid printer paper on top of a Silicone Craft Sheet to keep the ink from soaking through to my desktop.
~You use the same technique to reink the 2018 NEW Ink Pads.
~DO NOT reink Stampin’ Blends Markers with regular ink refills. Blends are Alcohol Markers. Stampin’ Up! does not sell ink refills for them. You will just need to buy a new marker. Luckily they are sold individually.
Have you wondered how to get two or more different colors on your stamped image? The Stamp with Markers Technique will give you great results every time! This is an easy Technique to use with both Rubber and Photopolymer stamps. Try it out today! You can SHOP from the NEW Catalog TODAY!!
This Video is 9 minutes long.
BASIC SUPPLIES: Stampin’ Write Markers in your choice of colors
Stamps of your choice
Cardstock Stamps Used in Video:
Flourishing Phrases Wood Mount #141531, Clear Mount #141534
Love What You Do Photopolymer #148042 Available TODAY!!
2018-2020 In Color Markers #147159 Available TODAY!!
TIPS: 1. Use the larger Brush Tip of your Marker and color with the side NOT the tip. If you color with the Marker Tip you will damage your Marker. 2. When you are finished coloring your stamp, open you mouth wide and blow while moving the stamp in front of your mouth. Do this 5-6 times to remoisten the ink. (You can always pretend you are the Big Bad Wolf and are huffing and puffing to blow the house down. Open wide!) 3. The coloring process is the same for both Rubber and Photopolymer stamps. 4.DO NOT use Stampin’ Blends to color your stamps as they will damage your stamps!!!!