How do you get all this ink into this portable palette???
I had so much fun making and working with my Perfect Palette that it has inspired me to create one out of Alcohol Inks. I absolutely love, Love, LOVE my alcohol inks and the more ways that I can use them the better! I have a lot of pictures posted but also created a video so you can easily follow along as I create my palette. At the end of the tutorial I have some pictures and links of projects I have made with Alcohol Inks along with a new one that you may like to follow along and make for yourself. ENJOY!
Project Featured in the video above :)
The Ranger Palette is great by providing 36 nice deep wells for your inks. I started off by picking out the colors that I wanted for my palette and how I wanted them arranged.
My Dymo label maker came in handy...again for labeling the lid of my palette. I use the extra small size so that I can make sure that the lettering can all fit in the space and not be cramped.
Once I had everything layed out and labeled I was ready to ROCK!
I began filling each of the palette wells with enough alcohol ink to fill the bottom (about 10-12 drops).
After everything was filled I set aside to let it dry. It should be ready to use in a half hour to an hour but it you are impatient you can always use a heat gut to speed things along. Now you are ready to make magic. Use your Alcohol Ink Fillable Pen to do some creating.
I have posted some projects below that I have created plus a step by step is included in the video above.