Wow – have you been seeing all these alcohol ink projects popping up these days?
I’m guessing that you have and that’s why you’re here! You want to see all the fun projects we’ve found!
And of course this is a craft experiment that we’re ready to take on and share with you, so we’re starting with some research.
I mean every good craft experiment has to start with research right?
Where to Use Alcohol Inks
We’re trying to decide which project to start with and we’re leaning toward either paper (greeting cards) or tiles.
Alcohol inks can be used on pretty much any non-porous surface that you can think of, and a few that are porous – think paper. Although they work better on certain types of paper.
Of course that’s why we’re doing research, so we know what supplies will work the best.
Here are just a few places to try alcohol ink:
We’ll share our project with you when we get it finished but for now we’re sharing all the fun alcohol ink projects that we’ve been studying to learn more about it.
Of course we’ve added almost every one of these to our list and now we’re ready to get started with alcohol ink on #allthethings.
We think we’ll start small with some paper and card projects and then move onto some ceramic or glass.
Since we just finished a kitchen renovation I know that those subway tiles are only about 15 cents each, which seems like a bargain for a project.
Although tile seems like it could lead to another project….but that’s for another day.
Alcohol Ink Supplies
So now that we’ve picked out an alcohol ink projects or two (ahem) we’ve got to gather our supplies. Here’s what we’re shopping for.
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If you enjoyed these projects you should also check out a few of our “how to’s”
Be sure to share your alcohol ink projects with us, we’re always looking for more inspiration and fun. And be sure to pin this to your favorite board so that you’ll be able to come back and find it later.