|Coloring Media and Finishing Touches:
Rubber Stamping Ink Pads, Alcohol Inks, Stickers, Stencils, Mini Mister Spray Bottles, Empty Copic Markers, Embellishments Etc.
pg.1: The Enchanted Gallery's Rubber Stamps, pg.2: Mounting Foam, Acrylic Blocks & Other Stamps, pg. 3: Dominoes, Game Tiles, Dog Tags, Wood &
Other Beads to Decorate, pg.4: Polymer Clay & Tools, pg.5: Jewelry Making Supplies, Pendant Trays, Chains, Resin, pg. 6: Floral Theme Beads, Terrarium
Craft, Glass Bottles, pg.7: Mold Making Compound, pg.8 Face & Button Molds, pg.9: Nature Spirit Molds, pg.10: Goddess & Mythology Molds, pg.11: Fairy,
Angel & Mermaid Molds, pg.12: Ink Pads, Coloring Supplies, Embellishments & Stencils, pg.13: Handmade Gifts, Jewelry & Artwork, pg.14: Face, Crown,
Wing Beads, Miniature Food & Doll House Supplies.
Gallery, Tutorials & Information Index:
pg.1: Shipping & Store Policy pg.2: Flexible Push Mold Info & Instructions, pg.3: Kimberly Crick's Art Gallery, pg.4: Friendly Plastic Jewelry Tutorial, pg.5:
Rubber Stamped Domino Jewelry, Pg.6: Paper Art Dolls with a Template, Pg.7: Other Ways To Use Domino Size Stamps, Pg.8: Stamp Positioning With
Die Cuts (Nestabilities & Cuttlebug.) Pg.9: Coloring Options, Ink Pad Comparison & Techniques, Pg.10: Creating Miniature Food with Polymer Clay.
Pg.11) Making Miniature Gardens and Doll House Scenery. Pg.12) All About Alcohol Inks: Color Charts, Ideas & Projects.
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|Retail $6.99 15% off sale:
|"Elements" glitter buttons by American crafts containing 24 buttons. The mix includes two sizes of
buttons measuring approx. 1/2" or 3/4" each. Transparent colors containing silver glitter.
|Versafine: Onyx Black mini pigment ink
pad. Great for paper projects. A true dark
black and picks up the most detailed
stamped image. Great for using with
watercolor paints, water based markers
and other wet or dry coloring media.
|Stazon: Full size solvent ink (2"x3" inner pad.) Great for use on non-porous surfaces (domino / plastic, glass, metal etc.) $8.99 SALE $7.99 each
|Memento dye ink pads for fine art and rubber stamping applications on paper:
Great as a stamping ink pad, but also can be used with sponge daubers for creative background techniques, smooth gradient coloring, stenciling and masking.
This fast drying dye ink is fade resistant, acid free and water based. The mini dew drop size (approx 1" x 1.5" pad) makes it affordable to try a new ink. Easier to
open and apply than the full size pads. Best ink for using on paper with alcohol inks, Spectrum Noir or Copic marker coloring (won't smear.) $2.29 each
Package of 4
|Close up front and back. Each button
measures approx. 7/8" long.
|Set of three water brushes $4.99
|Set of 3 (small, medium and large tip) aqua brushes. These paint
brushes were made for kids, with the idea that they avoid mess of water
cups or dishes. The clear caps unscrew and you fill it up with water inside
the paint brush. Squeeze gently to push the water out into the brush tip.
This also makes it super convenient for adults who want to use
watercolors or water based inks for quick stamping and painting projects.
Can also be filled with alcohol to paint with alcohol inks on acetate and
other slick surfaces.
|Already have alcohol inks? They work wonderfully inside Copic markers. Just
add drops of ink onto the broad tip until it bleeds through to the bottom tip.
This takes about 150 drops (it's not much, somewhere about 1/10th of a
bottle of Adirondack inks.) These colors blend beautifully together on paper
Allows you to turn your favorite inks into markers, or mix your own custom
colors. Since you can add ink any time the marker starts to run dry, these
markers can last forever. No more waste of disposable markers, or
disappointment when you find a marker has run dry.
|60 Flat back,
self adhesive pearls
A mask is the opposite of a stencil. It covers up (masks) an area to protect it from your coloring media. Lay these plastic masks onto your surface,
then apply ink around it via spray bottle or sponge, air brush or paint.
|Thin self adhesive plastic similar to stickers. May be reused, but tackiness
will decrease quickly depending on usage on fiberous/fuzzy surfaces.
|Crown measures approx 2.75" wide
|Adirondack Alcohol Inks by Ranger Ink / Tim Holtz. Light colors:
Alcohol inks work on almost any surface, but you can achieve the most vibrant results by using them on non-porous surfaces such as a domino game piece
or glossy paper. For size reference each bottle is 1" wide and contains 15ml. (0.5 fl. oz.) each and comes in packages of 3 precision tip bottles.
|How to use the applicator, felt and alcohol inks:
Add a few drops of each color you want to use to the felt pad
that is attached to your applicator. I apply single drops of color
a little randomly on various areas of the felt (see photo.)
Lightly dab your surface repeatedly until you achieve the
coverage and pattern desired. If you apply it by patting the
surface only a couple times you will get a blended, less
marble looking / blotchy effect as you do if you keep patting
your surface repeatedly. You can make it very interesting by
blowing on it as you work in quick taps for the smallest
marble pattern effects.
Try out combinations of 2 inks, or even just one and the
"alcohol blending solution" (works as clear alcohol ink) for a
variety of marbled monotone effects.
Note: Felt by nature has a lot of loose fibers that often fall out. I
have not found a way to avoid this, but you can rub off a lot of
the little fibers once the ink dries in a few seconds.
|Use multiple color combinations to
compliment your rubber stamped
artwork. (I used Stampbord as my
surface, and the image is from Spri-106)
|Metallic stickers great for card making, scrapbooking, decorating candles, glass work and mixed media jewelry. Each sheet measures approx. 4" x 9" $1.99
|Looks great over dark colors of alcohol ink on a domino.
|Special - Buy all 4 packages of "Lights" above and save 20% off retail ($39.96 - $8 savings) Sale $31.96
|Each of the alcohol ink colors is available
in a light, bright, and earth tone. These
coordinating shades are great for
blending and depth.
|Special - Buy all 4 packages of "Brights" above and save 20% off retail ($39.96 - $8 savings) Sale $31.96
|Special - Buy all 8 packages of "Earth Tones" above and save 20% off retail ($79.92 - $15.98 savings) Sale $63.94
Use over baked polymer clay
as a surface color, or mix into
raw polymer clay to tint it before
baking. Color over gold leaf or
Check out the
All About Alcohol Inks
page with color charts, tutorials
and project ideas.
|Check out the terrarium craft section for glitter,
sand and Flower Soft that can be used to accent
the centers of your paper flowers.
|* Due to the fragile nature of chalks, some sticks could break during mailing, which does not reduce usefulness. Typically these are used by
breaking into smaller pieces anyway, by using a brush or sponge applicator to rub on color, or scraping off powder with a blade or needle.
|These chalks are great for coloring on paper, over rubber stamped images using
versamark/clear ink, domino jewelry (domino tutorial here) and also work great on
polymer clay (check out the miniature food tutorials.)
|Clear alcohol ink "blending
solution" can be used with any
color combo to lighten the
colors, or use with any one
color to create monotone
polished stone effects:
|Lettuce (from the Farmer's
Market kit) applied with
|Gelly Roll Gel Pens:
If you're looking for a more delicate shimmer than glitter, these Stardust Gelly Roll pens create beautiful effects. A roller ball pen that does not smear, feather or
bleed-through on most papers. The glittery "dust" is an inert, cosmetic grade, finely ground glass. Medium point writes a 0.5mm line and is non-toxic.Great for
accenting rubber stamped images. Also available in plain, non glittery, white for outlining and snow effects.
|I used the white gel pen to outline this rubber stamp
art, and the gold stardust pen to fill in the spiral snake.
The elegant glimmer does not dominate the image,
but catches your eye as the light dances off the
|Jet Black StazOn provides bold stamping
lines to show off your line art. Timber
Brown adds a more natural, soft and
vintage feel to your domino stamping.
|Achieve different effects by using the pens to
color in or outline your rubber stamp art.
|Sharpie Poster-Paint White Water-Based Marker
Works great on a variety of surfaces. Good for art journaling,
writing over other paints, and especially useful for applying
white highlights to slick surfaces such as domino art,
polymer clay and plastic projects.
|Sponge domino with Stazon ink, rubber stamp with
Jet Black. Highlight with Colorless Blender marker.
Step by step domino tutorials here.
|Mini bottle of Glossy Accents
Dimensional clear glue that is
great for applying paper projects
to glass/plastic/acrylic, as well
as creating wet-look effects on
paper projects (such as making
glossy rain/tears/water areas of
rubber stamped art.) Fine tip for
precise application. 0.5 fl.oz.
for now check
of how to use
these ink pads
on the coloring
|Standard Felt Pad - A dry felt ink pad suitable for
adding your own dye reinkers, food coloring or other
liquid coloring media for your own custom ink pads
and brayering techniques. Pad approx. 2"x3".
|NEW 2014 Alcohol Ink colors:
|An overview of all
types of ink pads,
markers, chalks and
example art, projects
and tutorials) can be
found on the coloring
tutorial page here.
A special page
alcohol inks can be
|The blackest black, the whitest white and the best clear ink for embossing powders and chalks on paper projects:
|ColorBox Pigment Ink Frost White mini cat
eye soft brush pad. Great for rubber
stamping white images on dark colors of
paper. This slow drying ink can be used with
embossing powders, chalks or just use
heat/hair dryer to speed up the drying time.
|Click here to see how these inks compared to others I have tested and to see coloring tutorials.
|Buttons and beads previously on this page can now be found here: