Gold Metallic Pigment Ink Pad

13 reviews

Re:Marks by ExcelMark pigment ink pads feature long-lasting, water-based pigment for vibrant, fade-resistant color. The ink’s slow-drying nature makes it ideal for embossing and heat setting. These premiere ink pads come in convenient 2” x 2” stackable cases for easy storage in small spaces. Their portable size and economical price make them a perfect choice for all your crafting and stamping projects. A raised felt pad allows this ink to be used with any sized rubber stamp.

  • Color: Gold Metallic
  • Non-toxic
  • Conforms to ASTM D4236 standards
  • Felt pad: 1-7/16” x 1-7/16” x 1/8”
  • Plastic case: 2” x 2” x 3/4”


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3.8 Based on 13 Reviews
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Mary H.
United States United States
Yummy Color


scott c.
United States United States
Great product! Great service!

I definitely recommend this website! Easy design of my business stamps and shipped within days! 5 out of 5 stars Gold Metallic Pigment Ink Pad Review
Cortney K.
United States United States
Worst ever.

It didn’t work with the stamp I ordered from this site and hasn’t worked with any of the other stamps I have and use. It’s dry, patchy and very translucent. Not at all what I thought it would be, nor what I want it to be. 0/10 do not recommend

Kit M.
United States United States
A little messy but good

I received my gold pigment ink in the mail and it works nicely however I noticed a thin oily residue all inside the bag that the ink was in and it seemed to be leaking. I might chalk it up to the heat or delivery because after I wiped it off the product worked fine and leaves nice small gold glitter flecks on whatever youre stamping on.

Calder Z.
United States United States

It was dry when I opened it. Never stuck to the stamp that well and barely transferred to paper.