All of you crafters who are crazy about ink will love seeing what Clearsnap has on display in their CHA booth! Along with my own photos are catalog inserts with even more info about their new releases.
This first shelf unit alone packs a punch of exciting new products!
On the left is an innovative new inking system that I’m very excited about: Colorbox™ Blends by Eileen Hull. It’s an foam ink applicator with the ink INSIDE…and it holds more than 10 times the ink of a traditional ink pad!
There are lots of colours to choose from!
In the middle of that shelf you will see new Colorbox Art Screens for stenciling techniques:
Clearsnap also offers a newly redesigned blending tool called the Colorbox Color Blender with foam pad refills you can purchase separately.
There are six new Pigment ink colours for you to use with these blending tools:
..and also 3 new Chalk inks: Splash, Harvest and Concord.
Clearsnap also announced the return of ColorBox® Graphic45 Decades Antiquing Ink – this ink gives a rich vintage look to all of your projects!
Likewise, Clearsnap has teamed up with Doodlebug to offer a matching colour palette of ink pads:
You can carry around all your new ink pads in this Color Carrier Kit:
A fun new ink for all ages is the Tattoo Ink. Don’t want a permanent tattoo? Here’s your answer! Even stamps can be purchased to tattoo and cheer for your favourite sports teams!
Also for children are the new Colorbox Kits:
They come in different themes:
The Souvenir stamp sets will come in handy when scrapping those travel photos!
Aren’t those glasses fun? They are clear with some crafty quotes on them, along with American Cities too!
Another exciting new release is the Izink product line by Aladine:
It’s a liquid pigment acrylic ink formula with tons of crafting possibilities, including mixed media and stamping.
Click HERE to visit the Clearsnap blog and watch a video tutorial using Izink.
More mixed media and crafting products include the Colorbox Mini Molding Mats….textured and patterned rubber mats that can be used with foil, polymer clay, paper, etc.
Card makers will be delighted to find new patterned card sets that can be altered, stamped and layered.
There are 6 different patterns of cards to choose from…and I want them ALL!
It’s hard not to get excited by all this inky goodness, isn’t it? To see a full product line, please click HERE and visit Clearsnap’s website and blog.
Click HERE to visit Kelly Klapstein’s blog.