Hi Hollowers!

Can you believe that we’re halfway through Inktoberfest? Not too long ago, this was just a little inkling, but I’m glad that you all are enjoying it so far. I hope you’ll stick around for more tutorials and other information on some of your favorite ink products!

So in honor of our halfway mark I wanted to give my Hollowers a bonus, because who doesn’t love a bonus, right? So I thought it was only appropriate for me to share my tips on one of my favorite mediums…Hybrid Inks!

Today, I’m going to show you all how I like to use the Scrapbook.com collection of hybrid inks, but first here’s a little background information on them. In case you didn’t know, the Scrapbook.com collection contains 49 beautiful colors with a clam shell design pad, assuring easy opening and a secure lock. There are plenty of shades, which are perfect for color blending and layering, as well as a premium black dye and a premium white pigment ink that gives great definition on black card stock. Finally, one of the best properties of the hybrid inks is that once dry; it’s smudge-proof and colorfast, allowing you to use it in conjunction with your other favorite mediums.

Scrapbook.com supplied me with some items for this post, but all projects and opinions are my own.

Since this is still a part of Inktoberfest, I’ve included a video tutorial where you can see how I like to use the hybrid inks and get my in-depth tips. You’ll also see that I use some other neat tools, like my cute little, stackable daubers, which you can find here.

All-in-all, the durability and easy application makes hybrid inks a great product. Whether you’re an expert or just beginning your cardmaking journey; hybrid inks are a must-have item. (Affiliate links may be used at no additional cost to you)


If you’re new to Inktoberfest; welcome, and you can find the official Inktoberfest Day 15 post here.

Anyway, thanks for stopping by for this Inktoberfest bonus. I hope you guys enjoy the video and hopefully I will have successfully converted some of you to hybrid ink enthusiasts!

Happy Stamping

Alexandra & The Prickle

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