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Silver Mixative Alcohol Ink by Tim Holtz Adirondack

Silver Mixative Alcohol Ink by Tim Holtz Adirondack

£5.19  
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Product Code:  I0006
Brand:  Ranger

   

Adirondack Alcohol Ink Metallic Mixatives are luminous, fast drying, acid free inks. They're specially formulated to create metallic highlights when combined with Adirondack Alcohol Inks. Use them on all non-porous surfaces such as light or dark gloss paper, dominoes, glass and other slick surfaces.

This one comes in Silver, other metallics in Copper and Gold as well as Pearl are available separately.

  • Acid free
  • 0.5 fl. oz. bottle
  • Precision tips
  • Use on non-porous surfaces
  • Creates luminous highlights

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Silver Mixative Alcohol Ink by Tim Holtz Adirondack
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Wednesday, 30 May 2012  |  Carol

I have bought these for a Summer School my local Class are doing in August so as yet have not played with them