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Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Alloys Alcohol Ink - Mined

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Alloys Alcohol Ink - Mined

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You won't have to work hard to have intense highlights on your mixed media projects with the Mined Alloys Alcohol Ink by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. The ink is specially formulated with unique metal powders to create intense metallic highlights when you combine it with Alcohol Inks and Alcohol Blending Solution...  Full Description & Details
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You won't have to work hard to have intense highlights on your mixed media projects with the Mined Alloys Alcohol Ink by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. The ink is specially formulated with unique metal powders to create intense metallic highlights when you combine it with Alcohol Inks and Alcohol Blending Solution on non-porous surfaces. Use on Alcohol Ink Yupo, Alcohol Ink Hard-Core Panels, Alcohol Ink Cardstock, Foil Cardstock, Gloss Paper, metal, glass, glazed tiles, and more (all sold separately). Included in the package is one .5 fluid ounce bottle of acid-free copper ink that is made in the USA.

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.5 fl. oz. bottle
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ri-taa71822
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  • Can someone help me - my alloy inks are "flaking" off the paper after I'm done creating... I'm using a heavy glossy cardstock. Any tips/advice? Do I need to seal with something?   By: jennborj (25-Feb-21) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Yes, they need to be sealed for best results. Use Kamar by Krylon. Depending on what your final project is, look into uv sealer also by krylon (gloss for best results) and then you can use a top coat over that. A lot of people use triple thick but you can research other options. Kamar needs to be down first or all other sealers will cause your inks to run!! Make sure to leave several hours between coats or it can mess your project up. Good luck! By: Cut Moon Designs (01-Mar-21) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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