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Published on December 8, 2012, by in Jewelry, OOAK, Recycle.

One of the coolest things I have ever used are Adirondack Alcohol Inks by Ranger. If you have ever used any of Tim Holtz products you will love these Alcohol Inks also! I am also a lover of recycling items that have no other use than in the compost pile or at the bottom of my trash can. Eggshells are a great crafting items, they can be used for so many things to create texture, give body or just add a cool element. Reduce, reuse and recycle, words to live by!

Alcohol Ink and Eggshell Domino Pendant Tutorial
Supplies
-Domino (Preferably not lightweight plastic, although this will also work)
-Ranger Adirondack Alcohol Inks in various shades (2-3 depending on desired blending)
-Alcohol ink applicator and felt (I use Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Ink Stamp Applicator)
-Eggshells, soaked in warm water overnight or for several hours to remove membrane
-Aleene’s Quick Dry Tacky Glue
-Black Gesso (I use Liquitex, but any black Gesso will do)
-Thick Brush-on Glaze (I use Americana Triple Thick Gloss Glaze)
-Glue-on Bail
-Paint brush (one for Gesso, one for glaze)
-Exacto knife
-Cutting Surface
-E-6000 or any adhesive to attach bail to domino

Show me how your alcohol ink and eggshell pendants turn out!

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