Dyeing & Inking with Alcohol Inks
October 8, 2009

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colleen (posted 11 years 5 months ago)
love the webisodes! just started watching these and I'm hooked. I've had the alcohol inks for quite a while, now I'll use them. thanks
Terri (posted 11 years 5 months ago)
Love these! Fits right into my love for x-stitch and scrapping!
Lisa (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Love it. It is a snowday here so I will get to play.
Thanks so much for all the examples and use for product I already have. :)
Marilyn Goin (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
I love your webisodes. I do have a question about when one uses StazOn Ink. Could you please explain when to use that particular ink? Thanks.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hi Marilyn,

I use Staz On ink whenever I'm stamping on a non-porous surfaces, like acetate, dominoes, glass, metal, etc. It's designed to stamp cleanly on those surfaces without smudging or smearing. It also works perfectly on glossy paper and I often use it on regular paper and cardstock too. It's a great basic inkpad!

Barb (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Again--wow what a great episode--I am learning so much these days. Am impatient to try the ideas myself. Thanks.
Judy (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Alcohol inks are among my favorite tools. Thanks for some terrific new ideas. This was a fabulous webisode!
beverly hamman (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Loved this segment, have been a bit afraid to use alcohol inks until now. You showed me how and gave wonderful ideas. I will definitely start playing with these real soon. Thanks for your wonderful demos.
Amy (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Love what you did with alcohol inks! I've just recently started playing with them, although I've had them for probably a year. Can rubbing alcohol be used in place of the blending solution?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hi Amy,

Yes, I've heard rubbing alcohol can be used in place of the blending solution. I generally stick with the blending solution myself as I know it will definitely work for all of the blending techniques, but our designers often use rubbing alcohol...you might test it with whatever technique you're doing first, but you should be okay!

stamps4funGin (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
very nice! you can also put the blending solution on your applicator. also using a q-tip for small areas is good.
Betsy (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Love the webisodes! I am going to have withdrawals when they are over! This looks like so much fun! My grandaughters will have a blast trying this out.

Keep up the good work. You girls are so much fun.
Jan D. (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Alcohol inks are so intriguing yet one of the easiest products to use...I love that they dry so fast, too...thanks for the wonderful ideas today.
Maria (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
This segment was superb! None of the projects have an amateurish, handmade look to them. They are all artistic and stunning. Great utilization of great products.
Katie (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
These webisodes just keep getting better and better! Keep up the good work, girls. Your fans love you!
Audrey (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Absolutely beahtiful !!! Great ideas all week, but today is the best so far !!!
Penny (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
I love using alcohol inks and you have given me some great new ideas! A wonderful webisode!
Betsy (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
Do you sell craft sheets?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hi Betsy,

The craft sheets are available in Paper Wishes. I love mine and use it all the time, it's definitely one of the best investments I've ever made! Here's the link to the product page.


Jean (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
I've heard of alcohol inks before but never knew what they did. This creates a truly personalized card that is sooo easy! Thanks for showing me another new way to make cards!
Cyndi (posted 11 years 6 months ago)
This was great! You showed some new techniques for the alcohol inks that I had not seen Tim Holtz use.
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