I love Distress Inks.....all of them. They are so versatile and the fact that they react to water just takes the game to another level. I love old, vintage things and these inks allow me to take my work there. They make a perfect backdrop. Spice marmalade is a beautiful orange that allows you to change the depth of the color in the blink of an eye and it is one of my favorite all-time distress inks. I think I have used it in just about everthing I have done.
Tim Holtz inks ROCK! ;) love this color - have to say I use this one QUITE a bit - I love to sand & ink chipboard letters and I love how it will really seep into the sanded areas & you can still kinda wipe it off the shiny part leaving a two tone look :) great for inking edges too & not bad for regular stamping ;) love that the top comes compeletly off, rather than hinged like some pads :)
I saw the Orange colored Distress Inks and thought OK! Glad I did, Beautiful colors alone and when used in combination with other colors it's almost unbelievable! This color works and I like it combined with the Dried Marigold and Brushed Corduroy (dark affect) or Mustard Seed and Scattered Straw for a Sunlight feel! This color also works well for dark pumpkin colors when the season arises.