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Complete Ink Swatch Book Downloads

A few weeks ago I shared a video showing my Ink Swatch Book, along with many free ink swatch downloads. Today I am sharing my final batch of downloads, along with an editable file if you want to create your own.

In case you missed it – here the video I shared a few weeks ago that explains how I organize my ink swatches. I am still very much loving and very much USING this book.

I use coin pages to hold my 2” x 2” ink swatches and hold the pages together with ring clips. The Simon Says Stamp Swatch Stamp works perfectly for getting a nice ink sample on each square. (However, you can use any stamp you may have.) This makes for a very convenient ink organization system. I love it! I plan to also add my cardstock swatches to the book.

We have created many free downloadable ink swatch pages for many popular ink lines. At the end of the list are two editable files – one for Photoshop and one for Microsoft Word. Between these files, you should have everything you need to get organized. All you have to do is download the files (click DOWNLOAD for each) and print on your favorite white cardstock. (I printed mine on Neenah since that is what I use most.) Some inks have more than one page since there are so many colors.


  • Photoshop Editable Ink DOWNLOAD – For those with Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, you should be able to create your own swatches with this file.
  • WORD Editable Ink DOWNLOAD – For those with Microsoft Word, you should be able to create your own swatches with this document. It may not keep the margins correct for everyone, but should for most! We do have a few tips for you: If you accidentally move a text box, immediately hit ctrl + z to undo. If you choose to use a different font or size, you might need to move the text boxes to align them properly by selecting them and then using the arrow keys to move the boxes. The text should fit in the boxes and it is best not to resize the boxes to be any wider otherwise the document will not print properly.

I feel so relieved to have a system that works for me. I hope it works for you, too! Many people have been sharing their swatch books using my downloads. If you have, please share your pictures below.

I must give out a big shout to Karen Kelly who developed many of the additional ink company swatches shared here. She is so very awesome for doing this. And don’t worry… I am spoiling her with many stamping treats in return. :) If you see any boo-boos, please leave them in the comments below. I will get them fixed and update this page afterwards.



Some winners: Beatrice Lawson gets the Altenew stamp… Jennifer Harrison won the Hero Arts stamps… and Barbara Lassiter will soon get the Mini Ink Blending Tools!


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128 thoughts on “Complete Ink Swatch Book Downloads”

  1. I am new to card making and every ink line is exciting at this point! Thank you for all of your tutorials – I am learning so much!

  2. On the Simon Say Stamps template, white is listed as a “dye” ink…I believe it should be pigment?

    Thanks for the templates…they are AMAZING

  3. I could not get the download 1 for the lawn fawn inks to print. Download 2 works fine. I downloaded it twice and tried two different printers.

  4. The file is 6.69MB, six times the size of the other downloads which is an indicator that something is wrong. I just used the blank word version but I thought you would like to know.

  5. Jennifer, will you be adding the new Stampin’ Up In colors for 2015-2017? Thank you for all the hard work you have put into these swatches!! =)

  6. Jennifer McGure, what an outstanding video!!! You had 3 great idea’s to share with all of us. Thank you so much for doing the video, and all the downloads you have for us. I am so charged to start my inks. I have chosen to do with the coin folder’s, so I ordered everything late last night, so now I am pacing waiting for the mail person to arrive with my stuff. Sad to say, I have WAY TO MANY ink’s and this project is going to take a very long time to complete, but you did and so can I. Again, thank you so much all that you provide us.

  7. Greetings
    I am a Stampin Up hobby demo. I would love for this to turn into a business or to
    find a job in this field.
    I noticed that the Stampin’ Uo ink pad color samples are mainly retired colors. I
    REALLY love your system and know I would use it myself as well as potential
    customers. Do you by any chance have updated file for the Stampin’ Up color swatches
    Including the four color families and the current in colors?

    Thanks! Is very possible that I missed them.

    Warmest regards,

  8. WOW! Jennifer. What A Huge Amount Of Work You Have Done For Us. I Will Get A Lot Of Use Out Of This. Many Thanks. Your Hard Work Is So Appreciated. Beverley……

  9. Hi Jennifer, Firstly I just wanted to thank you for creating such an awesomely Handy crafting tool and also a Huge Thanks for all your YT tutorials that you do, your truly an Amazing crafter as are all the guests that you have on your channel.. Getting to the main point of this message, I was wondering if the Hero Arts Shadow dye inks download is up to date as of “July 2015′. I know Hero Arts have ALOT of colours due to the fact that they’ve been around for so many years and as I’m only starting to collect SSS Dye Inks n then I’ll be moving on to the Hero Arts shadow Inks I just wanted to make sure that the H.A Ink Swatch download has all the colours… Anyways, Before I go, I wanted to let you know (Again, Lol) just how AMAZING I think you are and how much I love your crafty creations and your creative flow and style your a true inspiration to me and people alike I’m sure.. If your ever in Australia it would be great to meet you and possibly see you getting inky in a real life class or something…
    Again thanks for all the inspiration you give me and for taking the time read this comment and hopefully I’ll get to hear from you soon.. If its possible and not too much of a hassle could you please reply via my email address Its a lot easier for me to tell whether or not I’ve received a reply or not… WOW!!!! What a looooooong message… ; /
    Hope to hear from you soon, thanks again for your time… xx

  10. I am very impressed with your ink swatch book. You put a lot of thought into it. Have you ever thought about making theses as a pdf down load with it colored in where we could go to the printer to have them printed out as the correct color. I would definitely pay for that kind of down load. I bet others would also. Have you tried al s o adding a hole punched into the color? I was wondering if that made it any easier when trying to match colors. Thanks so much for sharing.

  11. I’ve have just recently “discovered” you and have enjoyed browsing through your videos and tutorials. As a newly retired person, I am spending a lot more time organizing my crafting supplies. And, as a hobby demonstrator with SU!, I was especially interested in your ink swatch downloads for their inks. I was browsing the different downloads and found a “boo-boo”! On download #4, Summer Starfruit is spelled incorrectly. Even though the color was an In Color and has been retired, I just used it the other day. Thanks, Jennifer, for all you do! So far, everything has been very helpful, and my check book can attest to that!

  12. Thank you so much Jennifer for all of the work you put into this entire blog. I’m having a blast browsing through everything and I’m impressed beyond measure. I just downloaded the ink swatch pages for Distress Inks, and also the editable MS Word document. This has been unbelievably helpful! You are so generous, kind, thoughtful and so very inspiring! Thank you again!
    Sherry Hester

  13. I love these little swatches, I’ve just been updating mine and I noticed that the Altenew Crisp inks are incomplete. Not a problem at all due to the editable version but the post said to mention any boo boo’s in the comments so here I am. Thanks again for sharing xx

  14. I visit a lot of web sites every day..yours has it all! I look forward to all your emails to see all your new ideas. I love your new web site.

  15. Jennifer I love your new site. When do find the time to do so much for us every day!!! and where do you get your techniques from. So much work. thank you

  16. OMG, Jennifer! Christmas as arrived early thanks to your wonderful blog post and your amazing generosity! You have given us all a treasured gift that will keep on giving us joy for years to come….and isn’t that what Christmas is all about?! Wishing you a fantastic holiday season ^_^

  17. I have watched a bunch of your videos! I just love how you organize your supplies and such. Thanks so much for sharing this idea. I went to your blog for the free downloadable and OMGosh You have one for Close To My Heart!!!! I downloaded all of them and the word file. What font did you use? I want ALL of my swatches to match .. it’s the CDO in me LOL …

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