Pinata alcohol ink is beautiful, colour saturated, acid free, transparent ink. They are dyes in an alcohol base with added resins which make them hold better to almost any clean, oil free surface. No setting process is necessary; they cure over time to full hardness. They are water resistant, but vigorous machine washing is not recommended. Highly versatile, Pinata alcohol ink can be used in a variety of applications, including rubber stamping, fine art, fibre art and scrap booking. Also use Pinata in calligraphy, faux finishing techniques, graphic and airbrush applications, as well as wood, glass, metal and leather staining. Beautiful effects can be achieved over foiled polymer clay.
Mix inks with Pinata Claro Extender – it will stay shiny and not change colour and extend drying and working time. Claro dropped or brushed on top of dry Pinata will make it spread, creating rings of marble or a stone like texture. Mix Pinata inks with alcohol for a lighter colour effect. You can use rubbing alcohol to clean up most of the ink from brushes and sponges and then rinse with Pinata clean up solution to keep brushes soft and ready to use next time. Add Blanco Blanco to any of the inks to achieve a completely new glowing range of pastel variations with a touch of opacity!
Try Pinata on:
– Cellophane and Acetate
– Paper, both coated and uncoated
– Leaf and gilded surfaces
– Polymer clay
WARNING: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. FLAMMABLE, EYE IRRITANT, CONTAINS DENATURED ALCOHOL.