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How to Remove Ink Stains
Ink stains can appear out of nowhere. Luckily ..... disappearing act works likes magic. Place the ink -stained area face down over the top of a ..... Hold the fabric firmly in place to keep the ink spot from spreading. Fill an eye dropper withInk stains can appear out of nowhere. Luckily, this disappearing act works likes magic. Place the ink -stained area face down over the top of a jar or glass. Hold the fabric firmly in place to keep the ink spot from spreading. Fill an eye dropper with rubbing alcohol and drip it onto the stain. The alcohol pulls the ink along as it drops into the jar. Rinse the clothing and line dry.
DIY Berry Ink
Talk about organic art! Michele Beschen shows us how to mix up small batches of colorful ink paint from berries.
Halloween Pillow with Spider
you download and print onto fabric using an ink -jet printer. 7/8 yard of black fabric ..... black, and white Printable fabric for ink -jet printers (such as Avery Printable Fabric) Computer and ink -jet printer 18-inch square pillow form
Hallowedding: Ghosts Guest Book
paper and aging the pages with splatters of ink . Corrugated cardboard: 7-1/2-x ..... light gray Kraft paper (for pages) Walnut ink and a paintbrush "GUESTS" title label ..... the right edge of each page. Use walnut ink and a paintbrush to splatter each page
Thanksgiving Gatefold Invitation
and nature-print papers. Use a rubber stamp of traditional school notebook paper to mark guidelines for the text. Mat the piece with cream card stock. Hand-write text with a calligraphy pen and ink to add a personal touch. Better Buzz
Hallowedding: Party Invitation: A DIY Halloween Party Invitation
guests with a torn and tattered invitation. Printed on a vellum overlay with a ripped edge, the invitation is aged with black ink and accented with a blood-red tassel. What You Need 8-1/2-x-11-inch sheet of white card stock Black-and-white
Emboss stamped images
thing that you'll need, and it's probably equally important, is an ink , an embossing ink , and there are 2 ways that you can find that. You can find the embossing ink in pens or in pads, much like stamp pads. You'll also need embossingnext thing that you'll need, and it's probably equally important, is an ink , an embossing ink , and there are 2 ways that you can find that. You can find the embossing ink in pens or in pads, much like stamp pads. You'll also need embossing powders that come in a rainbow of beautiful colorsspecial or it looks like a regular marker, but it's got special ink that the embossing powder sticks to. I'm gonna use this for my name today. You can also use an embossing pen forstamp in, make sure that the stamp is fully covered with the ink , and then press onto your paper. Rock it slightly to release all the ink . I'm gonna show you a different way to catch your embossing powder just with a piece of paper. And for this beautiful
Use masking fluid
squares, the white portion, and then put ink , the yellow portion, over it to make this ..... stenciling brush, the masking fluid, and some ink . First thing I'm gonna do is take my ..... with this one, and you wanna take your ink . Once the masking fluid is fully dryhere, she masked off this squares, the white portion, and then put ink , the yellow portion, over it to make this cool. So, let's get started. First, I'm gonna tell you a little bit about your materials. We used water color paper because it doesn't warp with wet materials such as the masking fluid. We also want a paintbrush, a stenciling brush, the masking fluid, and some ink . First thing I'm gonna do is take my little square of water color paper and the masking fluid. You wanna shake updry like I did with this one, and you wanna take your ink . Once the masking fluid is fully dry, you wanna take your ink and your stenciling brush and just dab it on the ink pad and then dab it on you paper. Make sure you have some scrap paper underneath so you don't get ink all over your table, and just cover your design. Go right over the masking fluid. Then, when you finish the whole design
DIY Christmas Gift Wrap: 3D Tree and Snow Stamps
For a fresh and super-easy take on holiday gift wrapping, try using brown kraft paper with gorgeous trimmings. A pencil eraser and white ink make simple snowflakes, and folded patterned paper creates a quick 3D tree.
DIY Abstract Canvas Art
Permanent acrylic screen-printing ink : coral, gold, dark blue, gray continue ..... Drop first color of screen-printing ink across top and middle of screen (1 ..... screen to dry between colors. Do not let ink dry on the screen. Step 8 If desired