Alcohol Inks color chart adirondack lights brights earth tones tim holtz colors

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Learn about Alcohol Inks - Tutorials, color charts, combinations, domino art, projects, polymer clay and more with Adirondack by Tim Holtz

ehi Princess, something to study real good: watercolor multiplication table...!

alcohol inks & hair spray

Homemade spray inks.... Mel Stampz... TONS of info here

How to use tissue paper and distress inks to create a fantastic background texture!

Tim holz tutorial. Painting with alcohol ink

Art journal inspiration: The Aviary: Technique Tuesday - Alcohol Ink Resist

Paint a Porcelain Teapot - 20 of the Most Adorable DIY Kitchen Projects You’ve Ever Seen

Polka dot pattern with bubble wrap i ♥ cardboard rolls! great ideas

DIY Coasters made from plain ceramic kitchen tiles and Tim Holtz® Adirondack® Alcohol Inks.

Using alcohol ink on glass

Homemade stamp ink: 2 methods. One: in a baby food jar, pour 1 pkg powdered Rit dye, fill with rubbing alcohol and shake until no grains remain. Method #2: (this won't be grainy) mix ½ cup of isopropyl alcohol (NOT rubbing alcohol) to every two teaspoons of liquid Rit dye. You may want to add more dye as necessary to create a deeper color, but a little goes a long way.

Learn about Alcohol Inks - Tutorials, color charts, combinations, domino art, projects, polymer clay and more with Adirondack by Tim Holtz

alcohol ink on tiles

Turn Dried Out Markers into DIY Alcohol Ink That Works on Glass, Metal, and Plastic « MacGyverisms

How To Seal Alcohol Inks | ... ink. I was content to use only Ranger/Adirondack Alcohol Inks until I

How to Paint with Alcohol Inks, by Wendy Videlock: How to Paint with Alcohol Inks

transferring text to canvas using ink jet printout

These beads are a work in progress- a mix of polymer clay, watercolors, alcohol ink, vinegar, baking soda, UV light (and sunshine!), different finishing agents, resist materials…. I’m trying to figure out how to get the color to stay and how to glaze the beads without ruining the patterns the inks/paints/natural ingredients made on the clay.