You have to try this Tom Norton walnut ink! The ink isn’t actually made from walnuts. No, this ink is made from premium grade pigments and is both light fast and acid free unlike genuine walnut ink that is highly acidic and actually eats the paper over time.
Calligraphers have fallen in love with walnut ink not only for its lovely sepia tones but also because it stays water-soluble even when dried so it easily washes out of their nibs. It acts like more of a watercolour and is also popular with artists worldwide. It can be used straight from the bottle.
I have really enjoyed writing with this Tom Norton walnut ink which is perfect all the natural tone card stocks that seem popular at the moment.