Alcohol Inks Tim Holtz Pearls - Villainous
- TAN65 166
Perfect for card making and stationary, painting, printmaking, and more!
This package contains one .05 oz bottle of alcohol pearls. EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE. Imported.
Use on polymer clay, glossy paper, dominoes, metal, foil, shrink plastic, glass, or other slick surfaces.
- Acid Free
- 0.5 fl Ounces
- Dye Based Multi-Surface Ink
- Quick Drying
Tim Holtz® Alcohol Pearls are permanent, fast drying, pigment and dye inks formulated to create pearlescent colorful effects. Use with Tim Holtz® Alcohol Inks and Alcohol Ink Blending Solution to achieve luminous layers on YUPO®, Alcohol Ink Cardstock, Alcohol Ink Surfaces, and other non-porous surfaces. Easy to use precision top bottles. Made in USA.
You will find a variety of colors, each sold separately. You will receive one .5 ounce bottle.
Note: Ranger does not recommend using Adirondack Alcohol Inks, Metallic Mixatives, Snow Cap Mixative or Alcohol Ink Blending Solution in spray bottles as these contents contain alcohol and should not be airborne.
Shipping: We can only ship this product within the United States to the 48 contiguous states and they must be shipped by ground. Alcohol Inks and Mixatives are classified as a Flammable Liquid (flashpoint is 68 degrees F) per the United States Postal Service Publication 343.21. Its classification is a Consumer Commodity Class 3.
Currently, alcohol inks cannot be shipped outside the US.
Be sure to take a look at The Blue Bottle Tree blog! Ginger has several discussions about alcohol inks.
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