Technique Thursday: Applying Alcohol Inks To Metal

This week on Paper Crafter’s Library’s Technique Thursday Sophia continues her series on using Alcohol inks. For the first tag, Sophia shows you how to apply alcohol inks directly to a foil sheet in order to be used as an embellishment.  On the Love You tag, Sophia applies alcohol inks to a die cut image.  Then, she dry embosses the die cut element and shows you how to remove the alcohol inks from the raised surface. 

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4 replies on “Technique Thursday: Applying Alcohol Inks To Metal”

  1. This is such a cool look with this technique. I was always hesitant to get any of these alcohol inks. Looking forward to trying it.

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