One of the first questions that I had when I found out about the Silhouette Mint was, “Can I use other inks with it besides the inks that are made for the Mint”? If you had the same question, then check out this video, where I test a variety of different, non-Mint inks with the Silhouette Mint to see how they perform. I was pretty surprised by the results!
I mentioned earlier that this is the first of two videos. As you’ll see, I had some “technical difficulties” in this video because I only had a limited number of stamps to work with, and I’ll be retesting some of the inks under better conditions, as well as trying out some additional inks with the stamps.
I hope that you find this video to be helpful, and stay tuned for part two you can check out the follow-up right here!
Silhouette Mint Supplies
The following supply list contains affiliate links. I make a small commission if you purchase through these links, and I really appreciate it if you do!
AMZ = Amazon.com SBK = Scrapbook.com
Silhouette Mint Custom Stamp Maker ( AMZ / SBK )
Silhouette Mint Inks ( AMZ / SBK )
Silhouette Mint Stamp Sheets ( AMZ / SBK )
Inks Tested in This Video
Peacock Feathers Distress Inkpad ( AMZ / SBK )
Ranger Jet Black Archival Inkpad ( AMZ / SBK )
Tsukineko Delicata Golden Glitz Pigment Inkpad ( AMZ / SBK )
Hero Arts Mint Julep Shadow Dye Inkpad ( AMZ )
Adirondack Stream Alcohol Ink ( AMZ / SBK )
Peacock Feathers Distress Reinker ( AMZ / SBK )
Staz On Jet Black Inkpad ( AMZ / SBK )
Do you think that the Ranger re-inker ink would work if I applied it directly to my Sillhouette Stamp? Have you tried this before?
Thank you for your great video!