Coat tile with alcohol. Drop little spots of ink onto tile. Allow ink to slide around a bit before adding the next color. The colors blend together the longer they sit. Cover surface completely. Use a paper towel to dab if too much ink was added, then recover with another color. Dry and spray with a coat of aerosol finisher to seal the colors. Dry and paint the sides of the coasters. Diy Coasters, Diy Crafts, Ink Coasters, Gift Ideas, Rubs Alcohol, Alcohol Inks, Tile Coasters, Christmas Gift, Ink Dyed
Alcohol ink coasters. Can even be easily monogrammed if you make your own stencil in MS WORD and sponge acrylic paint on after it dries (may have to seal it first so the ink doesnt seep through the paint, but a second layer after is a good idea anyways)
Craft Project: Alcohol Ink Tiles Part 1: Experimenting with Alcohol Inks
drunken tiles from artsyville! alcohol inks + cheapie ceramic tiles = hours of psychedelic fun.
Alcohol Ink Coasters - pretty sure I have pinned this before but i love how they look and remind of those agate slice coasters (but cheaper!)