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Homemade Alcohol Inks

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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 Pendant dancing Gingerbread Man Domino AIArt

Alcohol Ink Pendant dancing Gingerbread Man Domino AIArt on Etsy, $20.00. https://www.etsy.com/listing/179856884/alcohol-ink-pendant-dancing-gingerbread

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Alcohol inks dripped then blown with canned air technique for splatter paint effect on stainless steel pendant blank flat charm from The Enchanted Gallery www.TheEnchantedGallery.com using Ranger Ink's brand Adirondack Tim Holtz inks.

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MORE YUPO AND ALCOHOL INKS

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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

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