Dries fast and can be used with watercolor techniques. This is the most popular ink for basic stamping.
Dye Inks are a much stronger ink and can produce more color of a given density but they are not recommended for printing on paper.
This is a combination of Dye Inks and Pigment Inks. Chalk Inks produce soft subdued hues. Dries quickly and is blend-able with other Chalk Inks.
Stays wet longer allowing for blending and heat embossing. This ink can also be heat set with a heat tool or craft iron. Pigment inks work very well when printing on paper.
Designed for decorating non-porous and semi-porous surfaces, such as metal, shrink plastic, acrylic, cellophane, aluminum foil, leather and some glass surfaces.
Much safer to use than other permanent inks.