Hello, and welcome back! Today I have a review of the new Concord and 9th Ink line. I bought the cubes, both for space and cost reasons. Spoiler alert: I really like them. Can’t wait to share more with you!
Watch the video below for the full review and tutorial!
I wanted to test the ink on a variety of stamps. I tested it on large stamps, sentiments with small and skinny text, and even did some ink blending while stamping. One of the things that makes the Concord and 9th ink so unique is the ink pad itself. The ink is on a firm, foam pad. I typically use linen pads, or felt pads, so there was a small learning curve. You do not need to press the ink pad down firmly onto the stamp, just tap lightly. This takes a little while to get used to, but the result is crisp and beautiful.
When I placed my order, I also got the cardstock sampler. The cardstock is an 80 lb. weight, so it is nice weight for layering. So far, I like it! The colors are great, just like the ink, and they match perfectly.
Have you tried the Concord and 9th ink yet? What do you think? Let me know in the comments!