Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Ink Manufactures

To go along with yesterday's post about various types of ink I thought I'd share a list of Ink Manufactures/Companies and their web-sites in case you wanted to check em out!

All Night Media

Ann Griffin Pigment Ink Pad Sets, Kids Washable Ink, Tiny Tints


Bazzinks Dye Ink Cubes

Clear Snap

Ink lines include - Ancient Page, Cat’s Eye’s, Colorbox, Crafters Ink, Fluid Chalks, Mica Magic, Rollagraph Ink Pads, Top Boss Embossing Inks, Vivid Inks

Close to My Heart

Exclusive Inks

Doodlebug Designs

Pigment Ink Pads

Hero Arts

Just For Kids Washable Ink, Shadow Inks


Castaway Ink, Pearl Ex, Pinata Inks

Lindy’s Stamp Gang

Moon Shadow Mist Ink

Marvy Uchida

Dee Gruenig Signature Series, Heritage Ink Pads, Ink Pad Dye Inks, Marvy Matchables, Tinted Embossing Pads

Paper Salon

Dye Ink Pad

Prima Marketing, Inc.

Scrapbook Ink

Ranger Industries

Adirondack Alcohol Inks, Adirondack Color Wash Sprays, Adirondack Dye Ink, Adirondack Pigment Inks, Archival Inks, Big & Juicy pads, Child Safe Inks, Clear Resist Pads, Color It Pigment Ink, D├ęcor It inks, Heat Set Inks, Nick Bantock Dye Ink, Perfect Ink, Posh Impressions Inks, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads, Tim Holtz Distress Clear Embossing Ink, To Dye For Inks, 213 Non-Porous Inks

Seven Gypsies

97% Certifiable Seal Stamp Ink Pads

Stampin Up!

Classic Dye Ink, Crafters Ink

Stewart Superior

Child Safe Washable Ink, Kiddly Inks, Imprintz, Memories Dye Ink, Memories Crafting Pigment, Memories Chalk Ink, Memories Metallic, Memories Mists, India Ink Black, Palette Hybrid Inks, Palette Embossing & Watermark Inks, Palette Hybrid Metallic, Palette Stamp & Stick Ink, Tattoo Temporary Ink Pads

Inque Boutique

Whispers Archival Ink Pads

Tattered Angels

Glimmer Mist

Technique Tuesday

Hybrid Ink Pads


All-Purpose Ink, Brilliance Pigment Ink, Dabber Duos, Emboss, Encore Metallic Ink, Essential Glue Pad, Fabrico, Impress Dye Ink, Kaleidacolor, Opalite Interference Ink, Splendor Pigment Ink, Staz-On Ink, Versa Color Pigment Ink, Versa Craft, Versa Fine, Versa Magic (Chalk Ink), Versa Mark, Walnut Ink Sprays


  1. Very extensive list...thanks!

    I have heard a ton about the Nick Bantock inks... I don't have any access to them here to "try out"... could you tell me how they are similar/different than other dye inks?

    I hesitate to start a whole new collection of inks as I have hundreds already... but I hear they are woderful.

  2. Ohhh - Love the Nick Bantock Inks. In my opinion the major (and only real) difference between NB inks and other inks are the colors. They are not what you'd usually find in inks and are so intense. They really make a project POP... I'll be working with them shortly so I'll be able to show you what I mean :)

    Think of it this way...there are only 12 colors in his collection so it won't be THAT much ink - tee hee hee!!!

  3. Thanks so much for this list and links Roni!

  4. Yes - let me add another comment about the Nick Bantock inks if I may. They are just stunning - rich, vivid and gorgeous. There is a blue that is unlike any other blue I've seen and I am just in love with it. All of Ranger's products are top quality, so I agree with Roni in that the difference for me too is in the colors. Just different from the Adirondacks.

    Probably my favorite thing to do with the Nick Bantock inks are to use the re-inkers. I like to add a couple drops to a pool of Diamond Glaze (or similar) and paint with it. The color is just stunning and almost leaps off the page and bites you in the nose. LOL

    OK - I got so excited talking about this that I had to go and look for my favorites. Cerulean Azure, Vermillion Laq. and Rose Madder are my favorites and, in my opinion, are the ones most UNlike the Adirondack colors.

    Just my $.02, but I hope that helps, colleen!


  5. Thanks ladies! Since I am a LOVER of good color, I'm hooked...

    Off to spend some money! :)


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