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Alcohol Ink...I've always wondered about these inks...now here's a tutorial explaining how to use them!

Painting with Alcohol Inks

Alcohol Ink...I've always wondered about these inks...now here's a tutorial explaining how to use them!

Alcohol inks in assorted colors, Alcohol Blending Solution*, Applicator and white felt rectangle (applicator is a hand stamp with hook side of Velcro® attached),   Mixative, Craft mat

Alcohol inks in assorted colors, Alcohol Blending Solution*, Applicator and white felt rectangle (applicator is a hand stamp with hook side of Velcro® attached), Mixative, Craft mat

metal--any kind; this is from soda cans--crackle, and alcohol inks

Tutorial: Alcohol Ink Crackled Metal Pendants {part 2}

Why The Switch To Piñata? And sealing your work| Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Why The Switch To Piñata?

By Hels. Adhere metal tape to cardstock. Dry emboss. Gently drip various colors of alcohol ink onto piece being careful not to flood any area. Once the first drips have dried, you can add more ink. Use the corners of a felt covered blending tool to gently blend the colors. Add more drips if you wish. Dry with heat tool. If you like, add black archival ink to highlight the texture of the design. (Don't use StazOn; it will remove the alcohol ink!). Dry with heat tool.

By Hels. Adhere metal tape to cardstock. Dry emboss. Gently drip various colors of alcohol ink onto piece being careful not to flood any area. Once the first drips have dried, you can add more ink. Use the corners of a felt covered blending tool to gently blend the colors. Add more drips if you wish. Dry with heat tool. If you like, add black archival ink to highlight the texture of the design. (Don't use StazOn; it will remove the alcohol ink!). Dry with heat tool.

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