Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink, Gunmetal Mixative, 1/2 oz.

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AA59783
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink, Gunmetal Mixative, is acid-free, fast drying transparent dye ink specially formulated to create a colorful, polished stone effect. Alcohol ink may be used on glass and other slick surfaces. Available in a 1/2 oz. bottle.
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink, Gunmetal Mixative, is acid-free, fast drying transparent dye ink specially formulated to create a colorful, polished stone effect. Alcohol ink is fade resistant and may be used on glossy paper, dominoes, metal, shrink plastic, glass and other slick surfaces. Its bottle features a precision tip, allowing for more controlled application. Available in a 1/2 oz. bottle.

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

More Information
Brand Tim Holtz
Series Alcohol Ink
Color Gunmetal Mixative
Color Family Metallic
Size 1/2 oz.
Format Bottle
No. TAL59783

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