Tuesday, February 24, 2009


I just love the Ranger Adirondack Alcohol ink & blingy jewels. So it just seemed natural that the two should work together! What a great way to get the color jewels to compliment your work!

Alcohol ink covers most surfaces & dries very quickly. It will stain your hands, so I prefer to use plastic gloves! To cover my gems I use very basic stuff...paper plate, plastic spoon & an artist paintbrush. I place the bling in the spoon & drop 1-2 droplets of ink directly on the gem. I then push the gem with the paintbrush onto the paper plate to dry! I found this is the best way-quick, easy & does not waste ink. The color varies according to the color that the bling is originally.

Now try this with the ink.. it will also cover those brads that you never seem to have enough of the right color! I started with a yellow brad & 2 drop later... WALA... a black brad!

Now try it on button & raw chip too!! You will soon seen how easy this is to work with! Just be sure to cover your work surface!!Here are the finished jewels!! Lovin the bling & REALLY lovin the Alcohol...Alcohol ink that is!


jacque4u2c said...

I am going to try this for sure! Thanks for the tip! BTW - I love your new blog layout! Stunning!

Kris said...

Thanks for the tips!

Eve said...

Hi Lynn,
Thanks for stopping by my blog and thanks for the comments on my work ...i love your blog too and i am going to add you to mine ...take care Eve

Paulien van den Bosch said...

Don't you just LOVE IT???!!!!
TFS girl!

**luci** said...

this is so awesome

Debbie ♥ ♥ ♥ said...

Wow Lynn, what a fabulous tip!!! I will definitely give this a try!! Thanks for sharing!!

Erika said...

Wow! Thanks for the tips! Very creative! :)

sPaRkLiNg sCrApBoOkS said...

Hi Lynn! How nice to see you on my blog! Thanks for your sweet comment! And thanks for these tips1 I LOVE your blog! xOxO


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