How to make your own Alcohol Inks, Shimmer Mists, Mod Podge and more, from Birgit's Daily Bytes #art_supplies #craft_supplies

How to make your own Alcohol Inks, Shimmer Mists, Mod Podge and more, from Birgit's Daily Bytes #art_supplies #craft_supplies

alcohol ink tiles tutorial You need   adirondack ink and the alcohol blending solution, and ceramic tiles. MUST varnish the tile when you're finished with a waterbased (not solvent-based) sealer and let each coat dry COMPLETELY in between

alcohol ink tiles tutorial You need adirondack ink and the alcohol blending solution, and ceramic tiles. MUST varnish the tile when you're finished with a waterbased (not solvent-based) sealer and let each coat dry COMPLETELY in between

Cover a light bulb with a doily and spray paint it. The light will shine the pattern onto the walls. (the blog has been removed)

Cover a light bulb with a doily and spray paint it. The light will shine the pattern onto the walls. (the blog has been removed)

Alcohol Ink stained glass. time to find some glass goodwill items. amazing do it yourself. I really want to make!

Alcohol Ink stained glass. time to find some glass goodwill items. amazing do it yourself. I really want to make!

One of the coolest DIY abstract art pins I've ever seen, hands down.

30 ways to make Abstract Art projects

cheap plastic beads, thin layer in pan. 400 degrees for about 20 min. When cool just invert, fall right out >> Pretty and easy!

cheap plastic beads, thin layer in pan. 400 degrees for about 20 min. When cool just invert, fall right out >> Pretty and easy!

Remember the Mod Podge + food coloring technique for painting clear glass? That was cool and all, but I spotted another method using Vitrail glass paint and acetone (nail polish remover) that allows the bottles and jars to be used as actual vases, as the finish is waterproof! This treatment provides for more depth of color as well.

How to: Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique)

Remember the Mod Podge + food coloring technique for painting clear glass? That was cool and all, but I spotted another method using Vitrail glass paint and acetone (nail polish remover) that allows the bottles and jars to be used as actual vases, as the finish is waterproof! This treatment provides for more depth of color as well.

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