About a year ago I bought my first Tim Holtz Distress Ink™ Pads (Peeled Paint, Victorian Velvet, and Broken China), well not really I was sent the Re-Inkers by mistake they work well for what I needed (and I got them for FREE because of the mistake). I bought my first real Tim Holtz Distress Ink pad last May (Walnut Stain) and I really didn’t understand what the big deal was. I then started watching videos on what they can do and seeing LIVE Demos from Leslierahye and thought oh that is cool.
Thirteen pads later I am officially hooked, I love the colors the versatility of them and the fact they stack! I have twenty three pads to go well twenty six if you count the speciality colors from last Fall. I do have two more on order (Milled Lavender and Vinetage Photo) so really only 21 ink pads to go. My daughter even likes them and asked for several for Easter (Crushed Olive, Stormy Sky, Dried Marigold and Wild Honey – I was told Wild Honey is really for me).
Jeff even printed out the color chart for me so I can keep track of them. I also informed him if he ever needs a gift for me just pick on of the white spaces on the chart.
|Yes Weathered Wood really is that pretty 😛|
There you have it I need to go to Ink Pads Anonymous but is there anything really wrong with that?