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May Color Challenge with Modern Surrealist Surfacez Inks

Clearsnap-MAY-2016-Color-ChallengeClearsnap’s May Color Challenge was inspired by the colors of spring and Cinco de Mayo and includes the new line of Surfacez Inks by Modern Surrealist Marisa Pawelko!


Check out this vibrant frame project created by Kymona Tracey for the May challenge! Kymona made clever use of my Tiki Teal and Passion Purple ink pads to amp up this plain frame and floral embellishment!


Shop the entire line of Modern Surrealist Marisa Pawelko Surfacez Inks on Amazon.com. These vibrant and versatile inks stick to any prous or non-porous surface, making them the ideal colorant for all your creative crafting projects!

New Product Alert! Modern Surrealist ColorBox Surfacez Inks!

Very excited to unveil the new Modern Surrealist​ line of Clearsnap Inc.​ ColorBox Surfacez Ink! This versatile and vibrant line of ink is incredibly durable and designed to add color to a variety of different materials including non-porous surfaces such as plastic, glass, ceramic, vinyl and more! We will be demonstrating the line at the 2016 Craft & Hobby Association​ Mega Show! Check them all out HERE!

35013 Paradise-Pink

Paradise Pink

35015 Passion-Purple

Passion Purple


Tiki Teal

35017 Bahama-Blue

Bahama Blue

35018 Gecko-Green

Gecko Green

35019 Charming-Chartreuse

Charming Chartreuse

35020 YOLO-Yellow

Y.O.L.O. Yellow

35021 Beyond-Black

Beyond Black

This fabulous new collection of inks are perfect for stamping and daubing onto all sorts of creative projects! For more information visit Clearsnap online today!


Plaid Fabric Creations Block Printing Stamps and Soft Fabric Inks

Check out the great last minute gift I created with the new Fabric Creations Soft Fabric Ink from Plaid Crafts! To make this t-shirt for a friend’s birthday gift, I incorporated the elephant stamp from Plaid’s exciting NEW line of ethnic inspired Fabric Creations Block Printing Stamps, and I also used the SAME stamp on paper to make a coordinating birthday card!


These stamps from Plaid have a special story behind them. Plaid met these skilled textile artists in India and wanted to help their village by selling their stamps in the US. However, the village could not make the volume by carving all the wooden stamps by hand, so Plaid instead signed a licensing agreement with them to use the artisans’ artwork in this new line of machine made stamps. They look and feel just like the rustic wood originals and are super fun and easy to use! I highly recommend using them, and when you do, you will be helping those wonderful artisans over in India! A crafty win-win for all! Check them out HERE!