Christina Hanna

Christina Hanna

Los Angeles, CA / Nothing official just yet. For now I'm an ocean-garden-travel-homeless people lover working homeless services @AscenciaCA.
Christina Hanna
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alcohol ink art

What can alcohol inks be used for? This tutorial shows you how easy and beautiful it is to make alcohol ink tiles, to become pieces of art or coasters!

How to mix fluid acrylics, watercolor, ink and oil marker in your paintings: In Barcelona  by SANDRINE PELISSIER on ARTiful, painting demos

How to mix fluid acrylics, watercolor, ink and oil marker in your paintings: In Barcelona by SANDRINE PELISSIER on ARTiful, painting demos

One of the first altered bottles we are making. These will be given to all the friend's for Beltane.

Altered bottle making.

Creating the look of watercolor on ceramic with alcohol inks.

Dollar Store Hack: Beautiful Alcohol Ink Glasses Creating the look of watercolor on ceramic with this fun home decor DIY project.

Fun techniques you can try to make watercolor and mixed media postcards | ARTiful: painting demos

Fun techniques you can try to make watercolor and mixed media postcards - ARTiful: painting demos

Mixed Media Paintings - My Artful Flight Sandra Reynolds

OOAK Mixed Media Collage Assemblage Wall Art - " Whispers" - approx 12 x inches

Hello my dear friends :) Today it's gonna be a little special. Why ? I am…

Pinner wrote: " Hello my dear friends :) Today it's gonna be a little special. I am gonna talk as usual about projects, videos etc but. I will .

Hello my dear friends :) Today it's gonna be a little special. Why ? I am…

Pinner wrote: " Hello my dear friends :) Today it's gonna be a little special. I am gonna talk as usual about projects, videos etc but. I will .

Make your own Spray Inks from India ink or Liquitex acrylic Ink

Make your own lightfast, fine art quality, spray Inks from India ink or Liquitex acrylic Ink!

I love, love love this idea.  Swish on the colors, let fully dry, then ink in the details.

Poppies watercolor and ink by Tracee Murphy. Swish on the colors, let fully dry, then ink in the details.