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  1. Fabric Friendly Products General Tips for Sucess: 1. Wash and dry charger plate to remove any dust or dirt. Using Alcohol Inks on Ink Applicator with felt, pounce a variety of colors (Cranberry, Rust, Terra Cotta, Butterscotch, Raisin) onto the charger plate to colorize. Let dry between layers of color to achieve a rich saturation. Set aside. 2. Using Vagabond and Tattered Leaves die, cut several leaves from cardstock – use a variety of autumn colors for contrast. 3. Spread out leaves on the Non-Stick Craft Sheet. Sp...
  2. FAQ Alcohol Inks What can Alcohol Inks be sealed with?It must be sealed with a water-based sealer and we recommend Ranger's Gloss Multi Medium. When working on tile surfaces, we recommend sealing Alcohol Ink with Ice Resin.Are Alcohol Inks food safe?Alcohol Inks are not tested for food safety and we do not recommend using them with objects that come into direct contact with food and beverages. Sprays What is the difference between Distress Spray Stains and Dylusions Ink Sprays?Distres...
  3. Fabric Friendly Products. General Tips for Sucess: 1. Wash and dry charger plate to remove any dust or dirt. Using Alcohol Inks on Ink Applicator with felt, pounce a variety of colors (Cranberry, Rust, Terra Cotta, Butterscotch, Raisin) onto the charger plate to colorize. Let dry between layers of color to achieve a rich saturation. Set aside. 2. Using Vagabond and Tattered Leaves die, cut several leaves from cardstock – use a variety of autumn colors for contrast. 3. Spread out leaves on the Non-Stick Craft Sheet. Sp...