The Creators of the original art stamp pad.
Tsukineko has been producing high quality and unique ink products since the 1950’s. The company continues to expand its collection, but the mission has always remained the same. Tsukineko will always offer excellent customer service, innovation and extreme quality of product. The company will continue to be on the cutting edge of the industry.
Excellent as a hair color for temporary root touch-ups!
“Stazon has the most versatile solvent ink around. You may not believe this, or want to anyway, but I use this as a temporary hair color. Yes, I said hair color! In between hair colorings, I get roots that show up. If I am very very busy,and in such a big hurry that I don't have the time to touch up my roots with regular hair color, I grab my Stazon ink pad and apply a little in here and there in the areas that show my out-growth of roots. I am a natural blond, and have colored my hair brown. Timber brown to be exact! So I get these Blondie roots that really show up as they are growing out. I use my Stazon to cover these roots up, and the Stazon washes out just fine. You won't believe how well this stuff works for hair color touch-ups. Of course I use it for my crafting projects as well! The possibilities for the use of this product is limited to your own imagination! I love Stazon! Now, maybe this isn't such a good idea, maybe it has some side effects that I am unaware of. But I've been using this for a few years and I haven't had a baby with three arms yet!”
“I use this stamp pad more than any other. It works especially well for water colors. I have used this product on fabric and it it does not wash off. It is necessary to use stazon cleaner to remove the stains from your stamp.”
“I love this Timber Brown StazOn ink pad. It sits right on my work table and I use it alot. It makes a great impression and dries quickly. Easy to clean with StazOn cleaner. The color works so well with vintage style designs.”
“I find the entire line of Staz On ink pads to be difficult. They are great at the beginning, but within a couple of weeks, the ink become a bit goopy and thick. Refilling hasn't helped. The brown one was particularly bad and hard to work with. Eventually gave up and tossed it.”
“I was surprised to find this becoming one of my favorite inks to use! There are so many projects that black is just too strong/wrong for. I use this all the time and love it when I use watercolor pencils. I've never had a problem with running ink when adding water to my image.”