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Sep 8, 2008

24 Carot Friend

This is a card for today's CHF Chicks' Challenge -- using Adirondack inkpads. This year I took the plunge and started using these dye-based inkpads & I'm so happy I did. They come in so many great colors! One of the things I LOVE about them is that they're compatible with Copic Markers! And... because they are dye-based, they're perfect to use when watercoloring.

Adirondack inkpads & reinkers are the product spotlight right now on the farm... which means -- They're On SALE!!! :)

Here is what Ranger says about these pads:

The Adirondack family of dye-based inks are perfect for all types of paper. They include coordinating colors of Lights, Brights & Earthtones.

The convenient, fully removable lid allows you to ink stamps more easily, color direct-to-surface, and use a brayer for inking large backgrounds.

* Acid Free
* Non-toxic
* Removable Hinged Lid
* Raised Stamping Surface
* Stackable case

Made in the U.S.A.

The bunny on this card was watercolored by squeezing the lid to the pad and picking up the ink from the lid with a Niji Waterbrush.

Make sure you check out what other ways you can use these inkpads by clicking on the other designer's links below.

-Lisa Silver

Stamps: All by Cornish Heritage Farms
- Cutie Pet-tootie & Pet-Tootie Sentiments (the Kim Hughes line)

- Frosted Pink; Wizard Dark Prism
- White Bazill

- Raisin, Shell Pink, & Mushroom Adirondack inkpads by Ranger
- Onyx Black Versafine Inkpad by Tsukineko

- Glitter frame by Making Memories
- Matte & Crackle Accents by Ranger (used on the carrots)
- Ribbon by Making Memories
- White flocking by Cornish Heritage Farms (used on belly)

- Niji Waterbrush
- Sewing Machine

- watercoloring
- flocking
- sewing


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