Blot
Use a cloth or paper towel to mop up the wetness of the ink.

Spray
Use a spray bottle to “spritz” water onto the drying ink.

Crumple
Simply crumple the inked material up before inking. This will create a look of “leather”.

Rinse
Use water to rinse after the item has soaked in the Walnut Ink.

Brush
Use a brush to wipe on the Walnut Ink. You will create a interesting washed effect on your creation. Let it dry... brush it again.

Sand
Using fine grade sandpaper to distress your work. Add Walnut Ink for a new look.

Mask
Use masking tape or masking fluid to shield the creative item from being inked. Once you are ready remove the mask. Dip it in ink again, see what happens to the various shades.

Stamp
Stamp an image onto your material using a dye-based ink. Allow to dry completely. Then soak in the Walnut Ink until you get a desired shade.