Sailor Studio Inks from Dromgoole’s (Sponsored Post)

Sailor Studio Bottles

Sailor Studio Col-o-ring Swatches

Once upon a time, the only way to acquire Sailor Studio Inks was to purchase them from sellers on eBay. But not anymore! Dromgoole’s in Houston has made it possible for folks in the US to get these unique and wonderful ink colors by calling their shop and ordering them by phone (No email or online ordering).

Sailor Studio Col-o-dex Swatches

I know, in the days of internet ordering, this may seem a little arcane but Sailor has a strict policy that only brick-and-mortar stores can carry the Studio line of inks. So, short of showing up at the Houston headquarters of Dromgoole’s in person, calling on the phone is the only way Sailor will permit customers to purchase the inks without being in the store. (Again, let me be clear – No email or online ordering… Use Ye Olde Tyme TELEPHONE.)

That said, Dromgoole’s is making it super easy for anyone attending the DC Supershow to get some serious INSTANT GRATIFICATION. That’s right, if you call in now, they will bring your Sailor Studio inks to the DC Show and hand deliver it to you. How’s that for service?

Sailor Studio Col-o-dex Swatches

Regardless of whether you’re going to the DC Supershow, you can call today and order any (or all!) of the Sailor Studio inks ($18 per bottle). The number to call is 713.526.4651. Dromgoole’s is open 8:30-5:30 Monday-Friday and 9-5 on Saturday (CST). They are closed on Sunday.

If you want your ink delivered to the DC Supershow, you need to call before soon otherwise it won’t make it on the van. Remember, the show starts on Thursday, August 1 and the Dromgooles need time to pack and drive all the way to DC from Houston.

Everyone else can order anytime and Dromgoole’s can ship your order to you. Again, the number is 713.526.4651. 


DISCLAIMER: The items included in this review were provided free of charge by Dromgoole’s for the purpose of review. Please see the About page for more details.

Click to see all the reviews we’ve done of Sailor Studio Inks. (PSSST! Everyone keeps raving about #123 but I think #243 is similar but a darker, more usable version. And Jesi and I have been calling #670 “Pickle Juice”.)

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