Which paper & Ink for alcohol markers? Which Ink & Paper for Copics and Stampin’ Blends? Which Inks WILL NOT WORK? Ink & Paper Combinations for 5 inks and 3 papers/card stock. Does your ink bleed when using alcohol ink markers? I will show you how to prevent that from happening by choosing the right paper and ink for your coloring.
Cards with Alcohol Inks Techniques
Welcome to “Ways to Use it Wednesday” Where I show you how to use something in a way you may not have thought of 😄 Have you been accumulating a pile of backgrounds you created with the Pigment Sprinkles Alcohol Inks we made a few weeks ago? Or perhaps this is the first time you have even heard of such a thing?
I think I’ve seriously become addicted to Alcohol Inks! I may have a problem and need a meeting sometime soon! haha As much as I love playing with them, it’s a struggle because Stampin’ Up! doesn’t carry Alcohol Inks. So how do we solve this problem? Well, we have to be creative! For today’s project, all you need is some Stampin’ Blends, or any other brand of alcohol ink marker, some isopropyl alcohol, or blending solution, a blower tool or straw, and this tutorial! Let’s create some gorgeous flowers!
In last week’s “Way’s to use it Wednesday” I showed you how to make Alcohol Ink from Pigment Sprinkles. If you missed that video you can watch it here. This week, I’m going to show you how to make bubbles on the pieces you create. There are MANY ways to make bubbles, I’m going to show you 2 ways today.