We moved into our new office about 6 months ago, and sadly it took me awhile to find a way to display cute pictures of my mini. The problem was finding something that would add a little color, and match the reclaimed wood, ruggedness of the rest of the office. Thankfully I finally came up with a solution.
I waste so much money on buying my lunch at work. But it’s hard to feel motivated to make myself a tasty, healthy, “free” lunch when the bag I have to carry it to the office is a dirty old reusable shopping bag. Gross. Stop judging me, Seattleites who hang out in front of my office.
A: A watermark ink pad such as, Versamark, is a slow drying ink that allows you to use with your favorite embossing powders. It shows up darker on your cardstock by creating a barrier from a dye ink that is stamped on top of it to create a resist which makes it great to use for shadows. It can also be used as a glue for adding glitter or chalk to a project.