That is right, 36 colours of Distress Inks not including the limited edition sets. With the latest Spring release you can add 9 more colours to the palette. That makes 45. These are a unique dye based ink, designed to be able to blend and retain their colour integrity when wet. They are quick to dry and yet they are not. What other dye based ink can you emboss with? In the samples shown you can see a couple of basic techniques but there are so many ways to use them. Once you have a chance to play with the inks, you will see that they are more that just a way to colour the edges of your papers. In the two tags shown below, Distress Inks have been used in conjunction with Distress Embossing Powders and Distress Crackle Paint.
Join me this National Scrapbook Day, May 5-6 weekend at The Papercraft Cafe to explore some of the many ways you can create with this most amazing product line.