A kiss of color! Smooch inks are pearlized pigmented inks in a cute nail polish bottle. The pointed foam applicator allows you to get into tiny areas for detail work. Use them on paper, glass, cardstock, fabric, wood,... More Info »
A kiss of color! Smooch inks are pearlized pigmented inks in a cute nail polish bottle. The pointed foam applicator allows you to get into tiny areas for detail work. Use them on paper, glass, cardstock, fabric, wood, clay and much more. The inks are acid-free, archival and fast drying. Shake well before using. Each bottle is .33 oz. From our friends at ClearSnap.
You can use the Smooch inks to:
- Color stamped images
- Layer color over patterned paper
- Highlight raised areas of embossed or textured papers, metal, buttons or brads
- Freehand draw your own unique details and designs
- Guild the edges of papers and boxes
- Create backgrounds by mixing with water
Item #: MW4003484
I haven't found a Smooch Ink I didn't like. and the Pumpkin has proved no different. It is nice to have the array of colors to work with on a project.
Friday, January 16th @ 03:03 PM
Perfect for my Halloween and Thanksgiving/Fall cared. I am a card freak and love the Smoochies. They lend a wonderful accent to fall leaves, the pumpkins and even the turkey feathers. Makes a card just a little bit more special and hopefully conveys it to the recipient.
Thursday, October 18th @ 11:57 AM
I have a small business of making thank you and note cards with various dog breeds. Some I donate to rescue groups and some I sell. I have been looking for a coloring medium that will work for the various colors of dogs and not be so "plain" like chalks or colored pencils. The Smooch Inks are fantastic for that extra punch out of the "plain" world. A dog's fur shines and glistens when it is healthy. The Smooch Ink reflects that in the finished product. I love how the stamped and smooched dog images turn out!
Monday, September 3rd @ 06:05 AM
Love this Smooch ink! I got it, and others, to try the marbleized paper technique from your webisode. It was so easy and turned out beautifully!