6 thoughts on “Spring Ink-o-Rama

  1. oooh, Sailor Jentle Apricot! One of my favorite inks ever πŸ˜› When it shades it reminds me of a juicy orange! I just love the whole bouquet, such a beautiful palette! Happy Easter πŸ™‚

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  2. Yes, those are so pretty in a “I’m going to dye my eggs this color!” way, but… with inks like “Delicate Green”, how could you ever use it to *write* with? It would be nearly impossible to read an entire letter that had been written with a light, bright ink like that. This is the point that I say “pretty ink, not going into the collection”. What am I missing?

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    1. I totally see your point, because “light” or “pastel” is the governing theme here. πŸ™‚ I guess I tend to pick a pen to match with every ink anyway. And I think different people may see colors differently. For me, the Delicate Green is very legible; right now it’s in an Omas with extra-fine nib. But I have to use a wider nib with either Sailor Jentle Apricot or Seitz Kreuznach Arctic Blue.

      I have a full bottle of exactly one of these inks, so they aren’t in heavy rotation even for me. πŸ™‚ But the one that I have the full bottle of is … Caran d’Ache Delicate Green. ❀


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