Use the Nature Walk 3-Pack of Adirondack Alcohol Inks by Ranger Ink to get a polished stone look on any non-porous surface. Try these dye inks on plastic, foil, glass, metal, glossy paper and more. The bottles feature precision tips. The ink is acid-free, quick-drying and transparent. The Nature Walk Set includes Wild Plum, Butterscotch and Stream. This set is recommended by Tim Holtz.
I recently discoverd this ink. (thanx ria) I love how it adds color to things and how quickly it dries. You can use it on chipboard, flowers, or skittle stones. I like to put it on the flowers and skittle stones. Use a glue dot and put the stone in the middle. Today i learned how to put it on the chipboard.
I love love these alcohol inks from Tim Holtz's line/collection! I love these colors and they stand out when you use them on Glossy cardstock as showed on the Tim Holtz's video. All of the inks compliment each other so when you are blending them it's perfect!!!
This is the first pack of alcohol inks I've bought, and I'm having so much fun. Nothing to actually show for it since I'm still playing around with them and getting the feel for them, but I'm having fun! I love the look of them.
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