Why You Need To Know Rubbernecker Color Fuse!

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Just LOOK at that array of colors available in our own Rubbernecker Color Fuse ink collection – aren’t they delicious?

But color is just the start! Yes, we sifted through THOUSANDS of shades to find the ones that we felt best complimented each other for beautiful color coordination on your projects.

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And yes, we chose shades that, based on your feedback, offered the most stunning results when used with our ever-growing collection of layered floral stamps. 

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And yes again, we tried to choose colors that we didn’t really see from other companies so that you could have something special from us.

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Apparently, you all LOVE these because we are constantly reordering and restocking and we are so excited that you love them.

What some people don’t know is that in addition to the color choices we made, we were very specific with the ink formulators and insisted that the final product offer consistent color and coverage, be quick drying AND blend really well with minimal fuss.

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Haven’t we all had inks that we just loved on their own but when we tried to blend them over a surface or together, well, not pretty. Are we right? We’ve all been there……

Our inks are made to blend. If you go here you will see TONS of cards made using Color Fuse with lots of them featuring that awesome blending offered by the formula of our Color Fuse ink.

You can layer them like you can see beautifully here and here and you can even watercolor with them as you can see here. And you can create an exquisite watercolor look as shown here. You can even blend some tone on tone shades to add luxurious depth and dimension on a card as shown here. There is almost no end to the gorgeous ways you can use these inks.

And even though these are DYE inks as opposed to pigment, you can still emboss with them. How? First, ink up your stamp with Versmark and then go over that with any one of our Color Fuse cubes and you will be able to emboss over the stamped image.

We are so happy that you love these inks – we put a lot of thought into them just for you! – and we are excited that Rubbernecker Color Fuse inks are becoming more and more popular, thanks to you! If you haven’t tried them out, choose a color family that speaks to you the most and give them a whirl. We are pretty sure you will be back for the rest!

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