Watch a Video on How to Use StazOn Pigment to Stamp on Kraft Paper

by Kassy Tousignant

Watch a Video on How to Use StazOn Pigment to Stamp on Kraft Paper

The new StazOn Pigment ink is here!! Yay! I am so excited to share this wonderful new ink with you! I can hardly contain myself. I made a simple, springtime, gnome card to show you some of the versatility of this new ink. I stamped Peacock Feathers on kraft cardstock and Lemon Drop on a metal tag and both look great! This ink will work on porous and non-porous surfaces, dries quickly, and is OPAQUE, and sooo crisp! I really don’t know what else you need… Ok, I’m done gushing…for now. 🙂

Skill: Beginner
Time: 15 minutes



  • Twine and string
  • 3d foam tape
  • Flowers
  • Patterned paper
  • Zots
  • Kraft Cardstock

Learn How to Use StazOn Pigment on Glass with a Video in Spanish

Imagine Crafts is the Tsukineko distributor for North and South America.
Did you know Imagine is the distributor for Tsukineko products to the Americas? We distribute wholesale to North and South America*, which means if you see Tsukineko inkpads in craft stores in this part of the world—it went through our warehouse at one point! If you are interested in becoming a wholesaler we have information and an application on our Shop page. To help serve our Spanish-speaking customers were are so lucky to have bilingual artists like Martha Lucia Gomez on our Artists-In-Residence team. Today we are delighted to share a tutorial in Spanish. Don’t worry if you do not speak Spanish—the steps are easy to follow along visually! Be sure to stay tuned for more Spanish-tutorials from Martha Lucia!

Project by Martha Lucia Gomez

Learn How to Use StazOn Pigment on Glass (tutorial in Spanish)

Today, I am showing how to stamp or work with the StazOn Pigment Inks over Glass. I use an Inkblusher to work 3 different colors of StazOn onto a glass mug. This tutorial is in Spanish!

Skill: Beginner
Time: 15 minutes



  • Glass Mug
  • Masking Tape

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Learn How To Create A Layered Rose Stamp With Stazon Pigment

by Arjita Sepaha Singh

Learn How To Create A Layered Rose Stamp With Stazon Pigment

I have used one of my all-time favorite Rose stamp for today’s card project. I love this stamp because of its realistic layering effect. To achieve this beautiful layering I used a couple of ink types today. I used the Memento Inkpads, our brand new Stazon Pigment inks, Radiant Neon inkpad, and VersaMagic inkpads & I was very happy to see the final outcome and the way they all work together.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 30 minutes



  • Altenew Stamp & Die set – Vintage Roses
  • Card Stock – White, Kraft
  • Scissors
  • Misti Stamping Tool
  • Double-sided Tape

Introducing StazOn Pigment

Introducing StazOn Pigment

We are so excited to announce a great addition to the StazOn family. The all new StazOn Pigment ink line has 12 vibrant, opaque colors of ink that work like the original. StazOn Pigment can be used on porous and non-porous surfaces and still has the lightning-quick dry time of the original.

StazOn Pigment comes in an ergonomic, easy to open, airtight case with a new felt pad that helps to produce very crisp stamped images. Any crafter or artist that likes to use acetate, metal, glass, or slick pastes will want to add StazOn Pigment to their stash. These colors really pop!

Learn more

Color Swatches Include

Colors include Lemon Drop 091, Orange Peel 071, Passion Red 021*, Pink Cosmos 081*, Grape Candy 011*, Mariner Blue 061*, Shamrock Green 051*, Peacock Feathers 062*, Koala Gray 032*, Chocolate Brown 041*, Snowflake 001*, Piano Black 031*

*Inker also available

Take a closer look at the colors in this video

Quick Facts about StazOn Pigment

  • Dries quickly on most surfaces
  • Works on all surfaces that original StazOn does
  • New style of felt pad produces crisp stamped images
  • Vibrant opaque colors of ink



Learn to Create a Card with All-Purpose Ink Blowing

by Lindsay Adreon

Learn to Create a Card with All-Purpose Ink Blowing

I love to create fun backgrounds with new techniques to be the main focal point on my cards. In this video, I’m sharing a really fun and creative way to use the All-Purpose Inks from Imagine to create one of a kind backgrounds! And all you need is a straw!!

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 1 hour for 2 cards



  • Watercolor paper
  • Painter’s Tape
  • Straw
  • Water Mister
  • Deco Foil – Gold, Bronze
  • Concord & 9th Hello Lovely
  • Inspired by Stamping Smile Die
  • Die Cutting Machine

See How to Create Rose Gold Theme Gift Tag

by Lori Warren

See How to Create Rose Gold Theme Gift Tag

I have limited space for craft supplies and am always looking for ways to get multiple uses out of a single supply. One way to accomplish this, for example, is to keep a stash of white paper flowers in different sizes and color them to match your project.  This way, you don’t have to make room for multiple packages of pre-colored flowers. See how I create a Rose Gold Dragonfly theme gift tag using several of Imagine and Tsukineko inks.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 1 hour



Step 1

Apply Brilliance Ink to mat, add Shimmer Spray, use to color paper flower. Allow to dry.

Step 2

Repeat step one for multiple flowers.

Step 3

Add dots of clear IrRESISTible Pico Embellisher to flowers. Allow to dry.

Step 4

Apply Brilliance Ink in Pearlescent Coral to the mat, add Shimmer Spray and lay tag down into wet ink.  Allow to dry.

Step 5

Stamp diamond pattern, with Brilliance, to sections of tag.

Step 6

Stamp script onto tag with Delicata Golden Glitz.

Step 7

Edge tag with Brilliance.

Step 8

Stamp Dragonfly image and saying with VersaFine CLAIR in Nocturne.

Step 9

Embellish with dots of Tuxedo Black IrRESISTible Pico Embellisher.

Step 10

Apply Rose Gold Sheer Shimmer Stix to edge of flowers.

Step 11

Embellish tag with ribbon and flowers.


  • The Paper Studio – white tag
  • Recollections – paper flowers
  • Celebrate it – sheer ribbon
  • Ashland Floral Essentials
  • Lori’s Cards & Creations – Art Nouveau Dragonfly stamp set
  • Viva Las Vegas script stamp
  • Lost Coast Designs – Little Diamonds Background