Types of inksDye inks - water-reactive inks great for smearing and mixing:
Ranger Ink distress inks - a dry-time extended, heat embossable, water activated dye inks.
Memento dye inks - when dry, perfect for use with Copic inks when heat set.
Pigment inks - glue or paint based inks, great for heat embossing and archival qualities
Stampin' Up Craft inks,
Colorbox cateye chalk inks,
Versacolor and Versafine inks - embossable, archival, pigment inks.
Solvent inks - permanent on most non-porous surfaces, reactive with solvents like alcohol
StazOn, Ranger Ink Adirondack, and Copic inks - appropriate for porous and non-porous surfaces, fast drying, and solvent-reactive inks.
Stampin' Up's Ink spinner
Storage binders: for 8.5x11 3-ring binders, and other sizes
Patter Cross - my hero of organization!
Where I shop Online
Eclectic Paperie - great source of Ten Seconds Studio and Tim Holtz gear
Live.Teach.Create - awesome variety of tools and product
Gina K. Designs - wonderful stamps, excellent papers and inks, and the BEST customer service
Unity Stamp Company - the best, most innovative stamp company hands down. This is where I got those outstanding acrylic handles. Tell them I sent you!
Where else you can find me!
The Learner's Permit art, stamping and sewing teaching Ustream show.
I hope you find this information helpful. Remember, let me know if I've left out something and I will gladly share the information!