DTOL Set 15 Pcs Craft Ink Pad Korea Stamps Partner Diy Color,15 Color Rubber Stamps Craft Ink Pad for Paper Fabric Wood
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- 15 Pcs Korea Stamps Partner Diy Color -- Craft Ink Pad-For Febric, Wood, Paper
- Can write CARDS, write a letter, writing a diary of hou
- You can use it for other kind of craft as well. Use your imagination.
- Color: as the picture show
- Size: 7 x 5 x 1.4 cm
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For the most part, although the ink looked very splotchy on the stamp itself, when I pressed down, it smooths out. Where the pads had plenty of ink, I was pleased with the results. I noticed I had to be very careful to cover the stamp uniformly with ink to get a solid image, or I might get a bubble or a blank spot. All of the inks cleaned up well with a baby wipe and/or soap and water. I am storing all pads with the top facing down, to hopefully bring ink to the surface. The cases stack beautifully.
White - I tried stamping it on the black paper, and even though I stamped over it, I can barely see it. To compare it with another ink, I stamped with the Close to My Heart Daisy White dye ink that I have had for at least seven years. I used the same paper. I would say my white ink pad doesn't work.
Pink - good coverage - ink dries lighter than the pad color
Red - mine is dry and although I tried three times to overlap and get a good color, it didn't happen. The red is pretty, though.
Orange - good coverage - ink color is to pad color
Yellow - same problem as the red
Green - there are two green pads, but they are very close in color and very light. The top one is more of a mint color and stayed splotchy on the stamp and on the paper. The other green has a bit more yellow and stamped a little more smoothly.
Light Blue - good coverage, good color
Blue - stayed splotchy even after stamping
Purple - good coverage
Magenta - good coverage, dries lighter than when wet
Brown - good coverage
Silver - not good - inking the stamp made it look metallic and solid, but you can see from the pictures that the ink didn't transfer and is very light (dry pad I think). I used some Wink of Stella (clear) next to it to show that the silver ink only has the slightest bit of shimmer. It is splotchy and mostly looks like a light gray.
Gold - same as silver only worse, for me. I tried putting the ink on my finger and I only got a little shimmer when I took the ink pad direct to paper. I added the Wink of Stella again for comparison. The picture isn't too sharp, I realize.
Black - fairly good coverage - good double stamped and direct to paper. I also stamped the black with a more detailed script. The first one is just inking the stamp the first time, the second one, I inked the stamp again without cleaning it and the third sample I did without reinking (second generation).
I hope this has been helpful. Not paid to review or anything, but I was not sure about buying them because I couldn't see the quality.
-deep sea green
-neon pink (the weakest of the bunch)
The lids stay on very tight and can be difficult to remove. One of my lids has a broken corner, which left the ink exposed to air for an unknown length of time but the pad was still wet when I used it. I don't know if it arrived broken or not. I have since put it in a Ziploc bag hoping that it won't dry out. The lids are made in such a way that the pads can be stacked with the lid of one nesting in the underside of another. I really like this feature.
Overall, this is a good set which expanded my shade range by 15 for the price of about 2-3 ColorBox inks. But note that the pads are smaller and a bit less saturated than more expensive brands. I would recommend these to newbies like myself and budget crafters.
The pinks, purples, dark blues, and other dark colors work well.
Light and special colors do not.