Creative Chemistry 101 – Day 3

It’s Creative Chemistry 101 Day Three and we’ve learnt about the properties of oil-based Archival Ink from Ranger. I only have black at the moment… which makes some of the homework a bit tricky. Tag one is the alcohol ink agate background with images stamped in Archival Ink, tag two is the Archival Resist on glossy paper (only I substituted Adirondack pigment inks, which of course are water based and not going to do the same), and tag three is the Reflections Stamping onto embossing folder – only I don’t have the Reflections stamps, but I practiced the principle! Not my best work as I’m rushing to get done in time to go set up at the NEC and got them done in 40 mins 🙂

 

4 thoughts on “Creative Chemistry 101 – Day 3

  1. Fabulous tags & you achieved great results in such a short time too!!
    Enjoy the NEC……..What stand are you on? I do some work at the SECC at the same event!
    Ann-R

  2. Fab tags, I only had black archival too, but, I had a couple of Brilliance pads and they resisted wonderfully 🙂 I had considered ‘cheating’ and using wow powders to do the resist 😛 Love your interpretation of tag 3, I don’t have the reflections stamps either but you’ve inspired me to give it a go with what I have. Have fun at the NEC.

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