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  • Cricket Ross

    Cheap & Easy Homemade Clear Embossing Ink - by fearless creativity - 1 tsp of petroleum jelly + Mix in 1/8 capful of vegetable oil + mix in 1/8 capful of alcohol to dilute then add to ink pad (glue pad)

  • Gail Gale

    Make your own Clear embossing ink - 1 tsp petroleum jelly (Vaseline), 1/8 capful vegetable oil, 1/8 capful rubbing alcohol, mix and apply to pad (remove excess) - from Suzie's Eclectic Scrapbook - #DIY #homemade #clear #embossing #ink #craft #crafting #crafts #supplies #stamping (also on making craft supplies board) - tå√

  • Dilly Dally

    diy embossing ink. Mix of Vaseline, cooking oil and alcohol! One reviewer said this: "I find glycerin works really well and you don't get the oily bleed that can happen with oil and petroleum jelly. You can add watercolour paint or food colouring if you want to tint it. Works like a charm."

  • Janie Morey

    Homemade Embossing Ink. You need 1 tsp of petroleum jelly, Vaseline. Mix in 1/8 capful of vegetable oil. mix in 1/8 capful of alcohol to dilute. Mix together. It doesn't make a lot but it does make more than enough to rehydrate your ink pad.I used a cosmetic foam applicator to smear some on and then removed any extra.

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You need 1 tsp of petroleum jelly, I used the classic, Vaseline. Mix in 1/8 capful of vegetable oil.Then mix in 1/8 capful of alcohol to dilute. Mix together. It doesn't make a lot but it does make more than enough to rehydrate your ink pad.

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

Jill Palumbo - Tutorial using polymer clay, silver leaf, inks and resin.

Homemade Clear Embossing Ink....You need 1 tsp of petroleum jelly, I used the classic, Vaseline. Mix in 1/8 capful of vegetable oil.Then mix in 1/8 capful of alcohol to dilute. Mix together. It doesn't make a lot but it does make more than enough to rehydrate your ink pad.

Stamped on Kraft cardstock using Colorbox White pigment ink Then heat embossed with white embossing powder. Painted with Distress Inks & intensified with Copic markers Then painted over with Perfect Pearls.)

Inking embossing folders. From what I've researched, it looks like you can clean the folders by spritzing it with water and running it through your machine again. They say that you don't have to clean them, but if you use a pigment ink you might want to.

Karaku - Etsy store - Stazon Opaque ink can be stamped on plastic, non-pourous surfaces.

Pressure embossed, heat embossed, and ink resist techniques used for this paper (lots of photos and very detailed instructions)- looks like something I could do

Homemade alcohol 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.

handmade card making ... embossing in in white on vellum ... gorgeous look ...

use embossing ink on embossing folder, emboss in machine then remove and quickly add embossing powder. Brush off randomly for rustic look.