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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.

UPDATED ON 4/24/17. MORE UPDATES COMING

EDITABLE VERSIONS:

  • 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.

Enjoy!

WINNERS

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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172 thoughts on “Complete Ink Swatch Book Downloads”

  1. Hi Jennifer, sorry it’s me again. Would it be possible that you can tell me which font you used? I have the impression the font in the Word Document is not the same as you used in the PDF-Templates.
    Thank you so much!
    Hugs Claudia

  2. I very much appreciate these ink downloads. I use my swatch book all the time. I recently helped a friend put hers together also. Thanks for the TH oxide download. That’s my next project.

  3. Hi Jennifer, I try again to leave a comment, as it seems that my previous comment disappeared somehow.
    I would like to thank you for all your work, all your fantastic ideas and that you share this with us! The idea of the ink swatch is simply fantastic and I started already to work on it. Over here in Europe it is difficult to find this coin pockets in the correct size, but I found another possibility. There are pocket pages available for “Diapositives” and they have the perfect size! Unfortunately they are just one sided, but I think you still can put two swatches in, as they will be also visible from backside.
    Very best thanks for all and big hugs
    Claudia

  4. I am sorry to seem so dense but I can’t find the most recent (July 2017) release of the Distress Oxide inks? Or has the list not been updated to include them yet? Thank you

  5. Sorry it’s me again… just wanted to tell you… everything is so perfect. I created my own swatch through Photoshop. I printed it out, cut ’em then ink / paint… and store ’em by using your blank.pdf. So beautiful!.
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    Thank you so much for sharing your blank.pdf for us all, Jennifer!
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    You rock as always!
    Warm hugs,
    -Lana

  6. In the video on Distress Oxide inks, you have swatches for 24 colors. I can only find a download for the first set of colors released. Do you have the downloadable swatches for the second set of colors?

  7. I’m so overwhelmed with all of the tremendous artists out “there.” I have settled down to just YOU! I usually watch you on YouTube so I can get a larger video.
    Keep up all of the wonderful and innovative ideas!

  8. I’ve been looking for a way to catalog my ink colors and this is it. Thanks so much for sharing your idea. I have the distress ink minis, so I’ll be adding which kit number each ink is included in. I have the distress minis in the tins, so this will make it so much easier to locate the inks. Again, thanks for sharing!

  9. Hi, Jennifer, I just recently discovered your blog and YouTube channel – such great tips and tricks! I have a question about printing these on cardstock. Which printer do you use? Have you found a good craft printer (I wasn’t that impressed with the Kodak Verite 6 Craft Printer, and am wondering if there is something better to use)? I also wondered if you could use a Cricut machine to print and cut these out – have you experimented with that? Thanks in advance!

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