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|Stazon: Full size solvent ink (2"x3" inner pad.) Great for use on non-porous surfaces (domino / plastic, glass, metal etc.) $8.99 SALE $7.99 each
|Set of 3 (small, medium and large tip) aqua brushes. These paint
brushes were made for kids, with the idea that they avoid mess of water
cups or dishes. The clear caps unscrew and you fill it up with water inside
the paint brush. Squeeze gently to push the water out into the brush tip.
This also makes it super convenient for adults who want to use
watercolors or water based inks for quick stamping and painting projects.
Can also be filled with alcohol to paint with alcohol inks on acetate and
other slick surfaces.
|Already have alcohol inks? They work wonderfully inside empty Copic
markers. Just add drops of ink onto the broad tip until it bleeds through to the
bottom tip. This takes about 150 drops (it's not much, somewhere about
1/10th of a bottle of Adirondack inks.) These colors blend beautifully together
on paper projects.
Allows you to turn your favorite inks into markers, or mix your own custom
colors. Since you can add ink any time the marker starts to run dry, these
markers can last forever. No more waste of disposable markers, or
disappointment when you find a marker has run dry.
|Adirondack Alcohol Inks by Ranger Ink / Tim Holtz
Alcohol inks work on almost any surface, but you can achieve the most vibrant results by using them on non-porous surfaces such as a domino, ceramic tile or
glossy paper. Each bottle is 1" wide and contains 15ml. (0.5 fl. oz.) each and comes in sets of 3 precision tip plastic bottles.
|How to use the applicator, felt and alcohol inks:
Add a few drops of each color you want to use to the felt pad
that is attached to your applicator. I apply single drops of color
a little randomly on various areas of the felt (see photo.)
Lightly dab your surface repeatedly until you achieve the
coverage and pattern desired. If you apply it by patting the
surface only a couple times you will get a blended, less marble
looking / blotchy effect as you do if you keep patting your
surface repeatedly. You can make it very interesting by blowing
on it as you work in quick taps for the smallest marble pattern
Try out combinations of 2 inks, or even just one and the
"alcohol blending solution" (works as clear alcohol ink) for a
variety of marbled monotone effects.
Note: Felt by nature has a lot of loose fibers that often fall out. I
have not found a way to avoid this, but you can rub off most of
the little fibers once the ink dries in a few seconds. If your felt
pads are shedding a lot you may want to try a lint roller or tape
over them to pick up loose particles before inking.
|Use multiple color combinations to
compliment your rubber stamped
artwork. (I used "Stampbord" by
Ampersand as my surface, and the
image is from Spri-106)
|Looks great over dark
colors of alcohol ink
on a domino.
|Each of the alcohol ink colors is available
in a light, bright, and earth tone. These
coordinating shades are great for
blending and depth.
|Alcohol inks can also be used
over baked polymer clay as a
marble effect surface color, or
mix into raw polymer clay to tint
it before baking. Creates
unique transparent effects
when you color over gold leaf or
Check out the All About
Alcohol Inks page with color
charts, tutorials and project
|Alcohol "blending solution" can be
used with any color combo to
lighten all, or use with one color to
create monotone polished stone
|"Lettuce" (from Farmer's Market
kit) applied with clear blender. Tip
for large quantity: you can make
your own by combining several
drops of glycerin with 91% rubbing
|Gelly Roll Gel Pens:
If you're looking for a more delicate shimmer than glitter, these Stardust Gelly Roll pens create beautiful effects. A roller ball pen that does not smear, feather or
bleed-through on most papers. The glittery "dust" is an inert, cosmetic grade, finely ground glass. Medium point writes a 0.5mm line and is non-toxic. Great for
accenting rubber stamped images. Also available in plain, non glittery, white for outlining and snow effects.
|I used the white gel pen to outline this rubber stamp
art, and the gold stardust pen to fill in the spiral snake.
The elegant glimmer does not dominate the image,
but catches your eye as the light dances off the
|Jet Black StazOn provides bold stamping
lines to show off your line art. Timber
Brown adds a more natural, soft and
vintage feel to your domino stamping.
|Achieve different effects by using the pens to
color in or outline your rubber stamp art.
|Sharpie Poster-Paint White Water-Based Marker
Works great on a variety of surfaces. Good for art journaling, writing
over other paints, and especially useful for applying white
highlights to slick surfaces such as domino art, polymer clay and
plastic projects. Manufacturer discontinued about 3 left in stock.
|Copic Ciao #0 - Colorless Blender
Marker. High quality refillable
marker contains a clear alcohol
ink solution that lightens Stazon or
alcohol inks. Great for adding
highlights to domino rubber stamp
|Sponge domino with Stazon ink colors, then rubber
stamp using Jet Black. Erase highlights with the
Colorless Blender marker. Step by step domino
|Mini bottle of Glossy Accents
Dimensional clear glue that is
great for applying paper projects
to glass/plastic/acrylic, as well
as creating wet-look effects on
paper projects (such as making
glossy rain/tears/water areas of
rubber stamped art.) Fine tip for
precise application. 0.5 fl.oz.
|New 2018 colors
|Heat tool, embossing powders, inking options for raised, glossy and metallic images on hand drawn or rubber stamped artwork:
|Above stencils by Heidi Swapp or Clear Scraps are colored plastic, white space is the cut out space.
Below: The Crafter's Workshop brand stencils are made from a milky white durable thin sheet of plastic with laser cut designs. Black area of design
represents the empty cut-out space.
|Embossing powders discontinued - only 1 left in stock of each color.
While each jar is the same 1.5" wide size, weight varies 0.5 to 1oz. Super fine detail embossing powder is
perfect for pouring over clear embossing ink / VersaMark rubber stamped images.
|Green templates are sturdy yet flexible plastic sheets about 1mm thick with basic shapes for pencil/pen outlines in artwork, use as a stencil or cut-out mask.
|Tutorial showing an ink pad sponge applied using the circle template to
create a mask for the sun/moon shape.
|Gold leaf, other colorful metal leafing and metallic transfer foils along with glue pens and other adhesives for stamping, embossing and
stenciling can be found on the clay, tools and supplies page. Blank pendant trays can be found on the jewelry making supplies page.
|Works great with ink pads applied
with a sponge onto paper for creating
patterned backgrounds. Use with
your stamping, drawing and
|Prima brand gray plastic 6" x 6" stencil:
|Mix with perfect pearls mica powders in a
mister bottle here to create a metallic or
pearl shimmer spray.
|Unique painting and coloring products:
|Makes great backgrounds for
rubber stamping or drawing.
|Prang educational watercolors (not the children's washable version) with 8 oval pan
colors with paint brush and travel palette case. Great for learning watercolor techniques or
coloring rubber stamp art. $6.99 clearance $4.99
|Size reference all alcohol inks are 1" wide and contain 15ml.
(0.5 fl. oz.) each in a plastic precision tip bottle.
|Use stencils, thread, texture tools etc.
to create beautiful monoprinting
backgrounds for your artwork, card
making and rubber stamping
projects. The gel plate is made of
mineral oil and has a similar feel to
gelatin (a permanent, more durable
texture similar to jello). It allows for
using acrylic paint in thin layers on
any non-glossy paper, achieving
effects that would be difficult to create
with traditional painting.
|Gel Press brand offers the lowest cost gel monoprinting plate on the market, and is exactly like the popular Gelli
plate you may have already seen used in print making for art journaling and greeting card projects.
|Brayers are ideal for smoothing out paint applied to your gel
printing plate into a thin layer. Can be inked or painted to apply color
to paper projects, or used as a way to flatten surfaces (such as
pushing air bubbles out of glued paper projects, roll sheets of
polymer clay etc.).
|Wow! Detail embossing
|All stencils discontinued - 1 left of each style in stock
Stencils for use with sprayed or sponged ink or paints on paper, canvas, wood, dominoes, tiles, walls etc.
Each reusable sheet measures 6"x6" square. $4.99 each
stock on hand.
Most items have only 1
All 6x6 stencils
|The ideal black ink for prior to
|Ideal for using with embossing powders,
mica powders like Pearl-Ex or Perfect
Pearls, chalk pastels etc.