Tim Holtz Alcohol Inks by Ranger, NOT so “scary” after All

Here is a short video documenting my first experience using Tim Holtz Alcohol inks by Ranger Alcohol! As it turns out the only way to figure out something is not as “scary” as you have made it in your head, is to just do it! Get the products out and get it on the paper.

You can watch the YouTube video HERE.

Big shoutout to Tiffany Solorio for all of her amazing videos on how to use Alcohol Inks! Watching her videos got me to get the supplies out and try! Be sure to check her out!

NOTE: When using Alcohol Inks, be sure to use in a well ventilated room.

Tip: Alcohol inks need to be used on a non porous paper, such as Yupo, Vellum, or Grafix Craft Plastic. There area a lot more options, these are the ones I am starting with!

Check back later this week as I will be sharing cards I created with these fun backgrounds!

I hope you enjoyed this card. If you did Leave a comment and let me know! Until next time, Happy Crafting.

Supply list
The colors that came in the blues and greens package of Alcohol inks are as follows. This set was purchased at a clearance sell at JoAnn’s Fabric in 2022. I have included links to the colors I could find at Scrapbook.com

Colors:
    – Citrus
    – Mojito
    – Pistachio
    – Mermaid
    – Glacier
    – Cobalt
    – Monsoon
    – Gilded

Purchased on Amazon

99 % Isopropyl Alcohol – Needs to be huger that 71 % to work.

Conair 2-in-1 Hot Air Curling Combo

12 piece Precision Tip Applicant Bottles with Needle Tip Squeeze

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