inkbracelet.jpgWe’ll start off this post with a free projectfrom Fire Mountain Gem, designed by Tammy Honaman. It’s a great multi-stand bracelet in lovely shades of spring green beads mix with stamped polymer clay charms.

Here is an overview of using alcohol inks from my favorite Craft Goat.

And leave it to Mossy Owl to come up with a handy 10 ways list for alcohol inks and polymer clay.

Here is a little review with a quick explanation on how to use the inks with polymer clay from the Beadcomber.

What have you created with polymer clay and alcohol inks?  Share your links in the comment section!

[tags]polymer clay, inks, stamping, crafts, free projects, jewelry-making[/tags]

By heather powers


3 Comments so far

  1. Tina Holden on March 25, 2008 10:25 am

    LOL…funny that techniques with alcohol inks should come up. I have another ‘how to’ to add to all of the ones listed. I really want to share how I did it and will do that on my blog come April. I would kinda feel as if I’m breaching a contract if I said ‘how’ here in March since it was just published in the April 2008 issue of PolymerCAFE….Leaf and Branch Toggle Pendants – Tina Holden.

  2. heather powers on March 26, 2008 11:00 pm

    Congratulations on the project in Polymer Clay Cafe, I’m sure it’s wonderful and will have to check it out the next time I go to the bookstore.

    I have yet to try the inks, but I’m tempted!

  3. Tina Holden on March 27, 2008 4:53 pm

    Thanks Heather!
    For your and others’ interest, I just posted a small tutorial on my blog, using alcohol inks and chalk.

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