Last week we featured some really beautiful and creative uses for alcohol ink in our Pinterest Inspiration post. Today I want to share with you some simple ways you can use alcohol inks to add color to embellishments you probably already have in your crafty stash. Alcohol inks are a great choice for adding color to metal and acrylic embellishments.
It is no secret that you can create truly magical effects with Ranger Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Inks. Alcohol Inks are fast drying multi-surface dye inks that are available in 54 acid-free, fade resistant colors. Use the felt applicator tool to apply them to non-porous surfaces or drip color directly onto surfaces using the precision tip applicator bottle. Either way will result in vibrant color that is sure to add wow to your project!
We have an awesome tutorial by Michelle McCosh to share with you today. You will learn how to make this Be Thankful Card that features Liquid Pearls! This card is perfect to send to friends for a lovely fall or Thanksgiving greeting. You could even use the ideas and look to create stunning Thanksgiving place settings!
Each month members of our Ranger staff join in the fun of Tim Holtz’s 12 Tags of 2014 inspiration. They each use the ideas shared by Tim’s tutorial to create a new project. We are happy to share with you our October projects…
Ranger Ink welcomes guest designer Michelle McCosh to the blog today. Michelle shares a great tutorials for a fall themed canvas that is perfect for your fall decor. She also shares a great tip for customizing your Texture Paste.
For many crafters, fall and Halloween is their favorite time of the year because it means getting to create projects that are spooky and creepy! This fun Halloween theme box by Carolyn Ross combines a bit of both. We shared it with you last year and loved it so much that we thought you would enjoy seeing it again this fall.