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Video Tutorial: How to make pigment ink

Have you ever gone to stamp and found that the pigment ink pad you wanted to use is dried up? Arrrrghh! Don't worry, today I'll show you how to make your own pigment and chalk ink with a few simple...
  • Kris Marr

    Have you ever gone to stamp and found that the pigment ink pad you wanted to use is dried up? Arrrrghh! Don't worry, today I'll show you how to make your own pigment and chalk ink with a few simple...

  • Karboojeh Handmade

    How to make ink {and revive an old ink pad}: Mix guash colors with glycerin, plus rubbing alcohol to stop mold from forming on ink pad | Video Tutorial: How to make pigment ink ~ By The Frugal Crafter on Wordpress

  • Ofelia Asani

    Video Tutorial: How to make pigmentink

  • Michelle Schulz

    how to make your own pigment and chalk ink with a few simple ingredients: DCF 1.0

  • Thimbleberrie aka susan

    diy ink pads. Frugal crafter

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the background was made by running waxed lunch wrap in an embossing folder through the Cuttlebug, then placing the wax paper inside two pieces of cardstock and ironing with a warm iron for a short time - too long and it will 'burn off' the wax. I used water based ink pads and with a butterscotch colour rubbed it over the top of the cardstock, wiped off any excess ink with a tissue. I then carefully rubbed the vintage photo ink pad across the top to highlight the embossed image.

homemade clear embossing ink. edit: as per comments, using glycerin doesn't result in bleed