Hi Hollowers!

When Angie Hunt gave me a call to try out their hybrid inks I was so excited! I love LDRS anyway and was excited to be including them in this months box; but Hybrid inks are my absolute favorite and I use them ALL the time (if you haven’t noticed)! I was really intrigued to see Angie had a white hybrid ink, most white inks are pigments and whilst beggars can’t be choosers I never found ‘the one’ but my top two would be Hero Arts or Scrapbook.com (if you’re looking).  But a white hybrid, I had high expectations….I wasn’t disappointed.  This is crisp and juicy plus it stands out well on dark yardsticks with no embossing or heating required (unless you’re impatient for it to dry like me)!  Of course you know there’s a video for this, I talk through the pro’s and cons for dye, pigment and solvent inks and then talk about why hybrid is amazing for new and seasoned stampers.  So let’s dive in (ps. I really really love that image of all the pads don’t you?)…

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I’d love to know if you have tried hybrid inks; lots of you recommended VersaFine from my last inks video.  You can see I did invest.  In my opinion its OK, but expensive for what it is and I still prefer a hybrid black as I can use copics and watercolors on the same image.  Here are some links if you are wanting to learn more, plus the HH box this month will have an exclusive 15% off at LDRS(plus 2 other coupons to use at Tonic & Ellen Hutson)…just saying! (affiliate links used at no cost to you…


Thanks so much for joining me today, I’m so excited to start packing the boxes this afternoon and seeing your takes on this months supplies.  Stay tuned for a post later in the week with last months #broughttolifebyyou contest.