needed:    alcohol ink  applicator  washers  rubbing alcohol  cotton balls  Clean washers with cotton ball and rubbing alcohol. Let dry  Put a few drops of ink on the applicator.   It only takes about a minute for them to dry. You can then add more layers of colors or leave it how it is. I found that when you only do one light layer, it fades and turns almost to a pastel – which is great – but it’s dull and ugly.

needed: alcohol ink applicator washers rubbing alcohol cotton balls Clean washers with cotton ball and rubbing alcohol. Let dry Put a few drops of ink on the applicator. It only takes about a minute for them to dry. You can then add more layers of colors or leave it how it is. I found that when you only do one light layer, it fades and turns almost to a pastel – which is great – but it’s dull and ugly.

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★ Alcohol ink basics - how to: transparencies, blending, painting, metal. ***.  Visit thescrapreview.com
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alcohol washer necklaces - great instructions and pics showing each step.  use mod podge at end to seal and tie with cording.  $7-$10 for pack of 3 inks, use 40% michaels coupon for additional savings

alcohol washer necklaces - great instructions and pics showing each step. use mod podge at end to seal and tie with cording. $7-$10 for pack of 3 inks, use 40% michaels coupon for additional savings

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