How to make your own alcohol inks. Rubbing alcohol .Kool-aide (off brand works great), or Rit dye Small spray bottles (I got mine at Dollar Tree) Newspaper to protect the area your working.Pour your Kool-Aid, or dye into your bottles on the dye I added about a tablespoon or a little more.Fill your bottle with rubbing alcohol place the lids back on and shake well
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Kimberly Crick's instruction page for decorating dominoes with rubber stamps covering the basics for markers, paints, chalk coloring, Adirondack alcohol inks by Tim Holtz / Ranger Ink and other coloring products that help make domino art easy.
so easy, so fun, the results are nearly immediate. alcohol ink dries very quickly on non-porous surfaces. start with a thin layer of the alcohol blending solution, spreading it evenly with a toothbrush. (this diffuses the color, brings out the saturation and extends the drying time.) then squeeze big drops of one color on the tile and watch it do the weirdest stuff ever.
alcohol ink tiles
Brett Weldele has great techniques for Distress ink, stain, & markers. He does many things with it: paints, sketches, sprays, stamps in puddles of it...