Have you ever looked for a vase in a particular color and could not find it?
What about looking for flowers in the right shade of berry to coordinate with your decor?
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Have you heard of Adirondack Alcohol Ink? It is an acid-free, fade resistant, fast drying transparent ink that can be used on items such as paper, fabric, metal, glass, plastic and more.
- Adirondack Alcohol Ink
- Tim Holtz Foam Applicator
- Inkssentials Mini Mister
- Inkssentials Non-Stick Craft Mat
- Alcohol Blending Solution
- A Clear Glass Vase
- A White Flower
All supplies used for this project can be found at our Bonney Lake store.
Let's start with coloring a vase.
- Apply a small amount of alcohol ink to the foam applicator.
- Use a tapping action to cover the vase in the ink.
- Set aside and let dry when done.
Now, let's color a flower.
- Apply a small amount of alcohol ink into the mister.
- Spray the flower a few times and watch the ink saturate. Go over the missed areas.
- Set aside to let dry when done.
You can view the video demonstration by Joy, our Paper and Ink Diva, on how to use and apply alcohol ink.