The start of a new year is a good time to take stock of the inventory of inks we have on hand. Each can was opened and inspected. Some are thick, some are near empty, and of course some have developed a skin. The rubber based inks that had a skin were fairly simple to clean up as the the rubbery top coating is easy to remove. Opposite to this is the oil based metallic inks. The brittle skin that forms on oil based inks is a challenge to clean without leaving specs in the ink. It’s sort of like...
The 3rd annual Halifax edition of Etsy Made in Canada is later this month! You can find Inkwell Originals in Row 2, Booth 18 on Saturday, September 24th! We’re debuting some new designs at this event. The $2 admission covers you for both days and you’ll find 50 amazing new makers each day! The event is held at the Maritime Hall of the Halifax Forum - 2901 Windsor St (at Almon St) from 10am - 5pm, both Saturday 9/24 and Sunday 9/25! See a full list of Nova Scotia makers participating here and window shop beforehand here! Hope to see you out!
Inkwell Originals will have a table at the Halifax Crafters Spring Market! Join us and 75+ talented makers this Saturday & Sunday (April 30-May 1) from 10am-5pm at the Olympic Centre (corner of Hunter & Cunard)! Inkwell Originals will also be selling at The Dartmouth Makers Spring Market on May 7! Find us + 45 talented makers at the Christ Church Parish Hall - 61 Dundas Street in downtown Dartmouth from 10am-6pm!
With the launch of our new website, we've added a blog to report on Inkwell Originals happenings! Welcome!