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Painting Poppies with Alcohol Ink - Korinne Carpino Art

Hello and Welcome to my Blog! Here you will find Tips, Tricks, Techniques and other information about Alcohol Ink Painting and Mixed Media Art Whether you are looking for an alcohol ink Art Class taught by me in Mount Dora, FL; an original mixed media or abstract painting or print; or want to browse in the […]


 

Check this out. She uses Crystal lacquer, alcohol inks, mica powder, and tissue paper to make backgrounds for cards. Gotta see!


 

Alcohol ink hexagon coaster

Alcohol ink with gold siding hex coasters! #acrilinks #colormeabstract #abstractart #modernabstractart #modernart #functionalart #tableart #alcoholink #contemporaryart #pnwart #coasters #homedecor #homedecoraccessories


 

Crafting Revisit: Alcohol Ink Washer Necklaces

Alcohol Ink Washer Necklaces are my most popular blog post. There's good reason, too. They are really cute and really easy. All you need is a pack or two of alcohol ink (a 3 pack retails for $7-10, but you can use a JoAnne's or Michael's 40 or 50% off coupon to get an even better deal), an applicator (I made mine out of scrap wood and velcro), felt, some rubbing alcohol, and something to work on (I have a craft mat, but parchment paper would work well too). Oh and you'll need some washers and some cording to make the necklaces too. I decided to make a few more necklaces because I have a bunch of bright alcohol inks that I didn't have when I tried this craft the first time. I grabbed some washers from my local hardware store and a couple of large washers that I had in a kit to secure a shelf to the wall (no small kids at our house to climb on the furniture, so they were just sitting in a scrap pile). I picked out some bright colors and dotted the felt on my applicator and started stamping. If the surface of your washer is very smooth, you may have to stamp over your washer several times to get a stippled look. Just stamp until you like the way it looks. The ink will darken a bit as it dries--so don't freak out if it looks too bright. My washers looked fairly rainbow colored when they were done--they turned out pretty cute. When they are done you can seal them with clear acrylic spray or mod podge so they don't smear if they come into contact with alcohol based liquids (like hairspray or perfume) and don't scratch. I strung my washers up with some braiding cord and layered some of my washers that were the same colors on top of each other. You could use ribbon or other types of cording and embellish with a bead or two if you like also. I loved the way my big wall anchor washers turned out, I'll have to keep an eye out for more washers like them in the future. Happy crafting!


 

Dripped Alcohol Ink Vase

Dripped alcohol ink vase diy tutorial.


 

Easy DIY Alcohol Ink Art Tutorial | Dans le Lakehouse

I hope you love this easy DIY alcohol ink art tutorial because alcohol ink is my newest obsession. This will shock no one, but I really love making t


 

What can alcohol inks be used for? This tutorial shows you how easy and beautiful it is to make alcohol ink tiles, to become pieces of art or coasters!


 

Teal, Rose, Gray Abstract Alcohol Ink Painting, Modern Art, Abstract Art, Contemporary Art

This listing is for a fine art print of an original abstract alcohol ink painting. Each print is made with archival inks on acid-free luster paper, ensuring both beauty and longevity. Please note that while I make every effort at ensuring that my prints accurately reflect my original artwork, every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and there may be slight variation between what you see on your monitor and the actual artwork. Thank you :)


 

How To: Alcohol Inks

Being so used to painting with acrylics, Alcohol Ink was a new and scary challenge for me… I was worried about losing that control of where you wanted the colours to go, but the movement and …


 

Teal, Rose, Gray Abstract Alcohol Ink Painting, Modern Art, Abstract Art, Contemporary Art

This listing is for a fine art print of an original abstract alcohol ink painting. Each print is made with archival inks on acid-free luster paper, ensuring both beauty and longevity. Please note that while I make every effort at ensuring that my prints accurately reflect my original artwork, every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and there may be slight variation between what you see on your monitor and the actual artwork. Thank you :)


 

22 AMAZING Alcohol Ink Projects - Design by D9

22 Amazing alcohol ink projects. Who knew you could use alcohol inks in so many different ways and on so many surfaces. Let's start creating


 

How to Make Easy Stunning Alcohol Ink Art Like A Boss!

Get tips on how to create Alcohol Ink Art Like a Boss. Julie Bullock shows how to use alcohol inks on rocks and how to prep rocks for painting.


 

Alcohol Ink Glass Gems

Craft blog exploring quick, easy, and inexpensive crafts and DIYs.


 

Getting Started With Alcohol Inks

Here's a list of things you'll need to know before getting started with alcohol inks. You'll also learn what I wish I knew before I began this tricky art form.


 

Alcohol Ink: Stunning Jewelry Dishes to Make and Gift

Learn use alcohol ink to make these beautiful ceramic floral themed jewelry dishes. They are super easy to create and make wonderful gifts.


 

How to make your own alcohol inks and more - Quick tip Tuesday

One of my favorite art “tools” can be found in my medicine cabinet: rubbing alcohol! It is something that I think every artist should have in her tool box.


 

How to seal your Alcohol Ink paintings

Creating alcohol ink paintings is addictive and it is so much fun to decorate your home with your own, unique artwork. Of course you want your art piece to stay beautiful for many years to come - which is possible, if you do it the right way. You really don't want to have your precious alcohol ink piece change color or fade within a couple of months because you did not protect it properly. Find here a few simple steps that will make sure that you create durable artwork. But let's discuss first why alcohol inks are special and require sealing. Why seal at all? The two main reasons why you want to seal and protect alcohol ink pieces, is to provide UV protection and also to prevent them from damage through smudging or scratches. Why is it so difficult to find the right sealer? The main problem with alcohol inks is that they are reactivating, if brought in contact with any alcohol. They can even get damaged just by coming in contact with water or other residue on your fingers. Unfortunately many varnishing and sealing products that you find in the art aisles contain alcohol, which means they cause your inks to change color, start running or develop alcohol spots. That's why it is crucial to use the right combination of sealers in the right order. First Step: Protective Barrier Please let me say first, that this method works not only for yupo paper, but also for all other mediums, no matter if it's glass, canvas, tile, ceramic or plastic. We first want to put a barrier between the alcohol ink and any further varnish or sealer. This is the most crucial step and in my experience, the by far best product for this job is Krylon Kamar Spray. I never experienced running ink or blotchy spots when I used Krylon Kamar as the first step of varnishing. Generally I apply 2 to 3 light coats of Kamar spray and I let each coat dry in between for around an hour. While Kamar creates a protective barrier between alcohol inks and any further sealant, unfortunately it does not provide any UV protection. Second Step: UV Protection UV protection is crucial for alcohol inks. Because of their fleeting nature, they lack in light-fastness. An easy and affordable way to provide the UV protection, is to apply several layers of a special sealing product. After applying Kamar to create the barrier, I can apply any UV protective medium without any problems. There are many products out there that apply the necessary UV protection, and here are two of my favorites. One is a brush-on product, the other a spray. If you are looking for an environmental friendly alternative that does not require a spray, I can recommend the Golden brush-on water based varnish. It is not only healthier for the environment, but is also tested by a 3rd party to stop fading for 100 years under gallery lighting conditions. I brush on 2 to 3 thin coats for added protection. If you prefer a spray, my favorite is Krylon UV Archival varnish. It does a great job and is very reasonably priced. It is available in different finishes: gloss and matte. As for the number of coats, I am very generous with this. Usually I apply between 4 and 6 thin coats of UV archival spray. In between coats I leave plenty of drying time (about 2 to 3 hours). Both UV products (Golden and Krylon) are available in different finishes, from gloss to matte. I personally prefer the gloss finish for paintings that include metallics. The reason behind this is because the matte varnish tends to


 

Alcohol Ink Art - Yupo Paper Series - Blu Mare

Practicing with yupo paper, not my favourite medium but I'll give it a go again.. and again, until I get it right! . . . . #alcoholinkart…


 

How to Use Alcohol Ink on Ceramics | Dans le Lakehouse

Recently I showed you my alcohol ink art experiments and today I'm building on that project with an interesting twist: how to use alcohol ink on ceramics.


 

DIY Alcohol Inks | Linda Matthews

If you work with mixed media or love to make pages in your art journal, then you'll know that alcohol inks are perfect for staining and adding transparent color. I generally use them with stencil


 

DIY Fired Alcohol Ink Art is so easy to make, and it looks amazing! We'll show you the trick to using alcohol ink on glass for breathtaking results!


 

Alcohol Ink Glass Gems

Craft blog exploring quick, easy, and inexpensive crafts and DIYs.


 

Alcohol brings these inks to life

These artworks are a mixture of science and art! Dye-based ink reacts with isopropyl alcohol and turns into more of a fluid, which can then be transformed into a range of patterns on all kinds of surfaces. This is how one artist uses it.


 

The Amazing Alcohol Lift-Ink Pad by Tim Holtz | Craft Warehouse

Learn how to use the Alcohol Lift-Ink pad from Tim Holtz. Many ideas for use as well as other uses for Alcohol Inks. Available at Craft Warehouse in OR, WA, and ID.


 

Sarah Jane's Craft Blog: Flamed Alcohol Ink Washers


 

Textured Alcohol Ink - Jennifer McGuire Ink

Hello! I am back with new and fresh ideas for using alcohol inks. This time is all about adding texture using supplies you likely have! I have loads of examples that I hope will inspire you.


 

Homemade Alcohol Inks - The Crafty Baking Nurse

Homemade alcohol inks have so many advantages when compared to store bought, like being cheaper and fun to make.


 

Polka dots, alcohol ink tutorial

(342) Polka dots, alcohol ink tutorial - YouTube


 

Abstract Fluidart paper Copic alcohol ink Yupo 30 x 30 cm grey green blue gold powder / Abstract alcohol ink blue gray gold fluidart

Abstract Fluidart paper Copic alcohol ink Yupo 30 x 30 cm grey | Etsy