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DIY Alcohol Ink Glass Gem Necklace You know those big bags of...

DIY Alcohol Ink Glass Gem Necklace You know those big bags of... (True Blue Me and You: DIYs for Creatives)

DIY Alcohol Ink Glass Gem Necklace You know those big bags of flat bottom glass gems at the Dollar Store? They are commonly used in vases, but crafters use them for magnets and jewelry. You can use alcohol inks on non-porous surfaces. From Tim.

Alchohol Ink.  This was for a bracelet, but how cool for Christmas card/ornament.  Use Big Shot to cut metal into ornament shape, then use enamel....

I am so pleased that we now carry Alcohol Inks and Acrylic Paint Dabbers by Ranger Ink. There is so much fun and creativity to be had with these products. Besides all the painting and paper art fun…

Welcome to Week Two of my Tuesday’s Tutorials blog series, where every Tuesday I’ll share a link to an art tutorial created by different artists from around the world. This has grown... Read More

Tuesday's Tutorials, Week 2 ~ Featuring Lizzy Wurmann

•Large stamp or die cut •Dye ink pad (Stampin' Up! Tempting Turquoise used here) •Metallic Gelato™ to match ink or other shimmery water-based medium (Metallic Blueberry Gelato used here) •Coloring medium to match ink(PITT artist pen big brush used here) •Pencil with new, flat white eraser For Step-by-Step See: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/bokehbackground/##ixzz2g85Vc7BN

Butterfly bokeh stamp technique using gelato's and Pitt artist pens (metallic Pitt pens too)

Diy Alcohol ink crackled metal - Awesome Tutorial w info for making v. nice pendants out of aluminum cans, but advanced for young kids.

Tutorial: Alcohol Ink Crackled Metal Pendants

Diy Alcohol ink crackled metal - Awesome Tutorial w info for making v. nice pendants out of aluminum cans, but advanced for young kids.

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