No dazzle on this pad! I might as well stick with the plain VersaMark. I didn't see anything great about this product and thought that it wasn't as dark an impression as the original product. Stick with the regular.
- Did the image onsite match the product? yes
- Did the description onsite accurately describe the product? no
- How is the quality of the product? fair
This was my first-time purchase of the VersaMark inkpad. The added sparkle of the VersaMark Dazzle gives better definition to the watermark if you plan on using the ink in that way. I think, the watermark is most attractive when applied to a paper that has a slightly different tone, such as on darker or lighter paper. If the paper has some gloss to it, the watermark can also be seen better at different reflective angles.The ink also provides enough hold for embossing powder to grab onto. I think I will use the ink for embossing with stamps that have a lot of open spaces or fine details as the ink-embossing powder really picks up on the fine details well. However, for watermarking purposes, some of the details may not be readily seen if you have an intricate stamp design. It's better to choose a stamp that has a lot of surface area or a simple design for watermarking. Since watermarking is such a subtle effect anyways, basic design stamps are better for that purpose.Overall, I'm glad I purchased the VersaMark Dazzle.