Quick Look at Altenew Crisp Dye Ink Pads-Tupelo Designs LLC

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Aloha Guys!

Today I made this card, using the Altenew Crisp Dye Ink Pads.  I want to give you a Quick overview on these ink pads and what I think of them.  There are so many Ink pads to choose from now since many company’s are making their own ink pads, so it can get overwhelming.  I’m really  glad that Altenew came out with their Full size pads as well as the Mini Ink Pads.  Since I like to collect ink pads I am running out of room, so these Mini ink pads are perfect for me.  I like the fact that I have these options to choose from.  These Mini ink pad comes in a set of 4 and these 4 are basically in the same color family.  As of now, they have 3 Collections totaling all 12 of their ink pads and Jet Black is included in the 12 colors.  I made a color chart which you can see in these pictures below

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I have a Video link above if you want to see them being used.  I like the fact that these mini ink pads covers closes the pad tightly, which will prevent from the inks being dried out.  I personally Love this feature.  These are Dye based inks and they stamp very Crisp, without having to wait for the ink to settle in the paper.  You can mix and match these colors to create multiple looks and making it easy to layer on the colors.

Today I decided to use the pink to red tone to create the card above along with the Vintage Roses stamp set, which are meant to layer on top of each other.  Please go ahead and watch the video if you want to see these inks in action.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by, and all the supplies I used will be linked in the description below as always.  Please subscribe and follow for  more inspirations and ideas.  Thanks so much 🙂

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