Exciting techniques for embossing, pearlizing, dyeing, stamping, coloring, glossing, and glitzing....
|Title||:||#5298 Ink Essentials|
|Publisher||:||Design Originals January 1, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||52 pages|
|File Size||:||599 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
#5298 Ink Essentials Reviews
I'm a novice in this media, but not in others, so I can appreciate the advanced use of materials and media--and boy, she covers it all! I'm gathering "stuff" as fast as I can but it's going to be awhile before I can create some of the looks just because of the investment in inks, pens, and other paraphernalia. But I know I'll have the reference book I need when I get to that point.
not much in this book
Great over view of all types of inks -great reference for an awesome price!
Great. Just what I was looking for. Arrived quickly
I was expecting a different type of book. This book is for scrapbookers and I didn't feel that it had much about gourd decorating - my misunderstanding. My friend who is a scrapbooker liked it a lot.
Technically, what you will find on page 3 is a table of contents, not an index. I already own 12 of the 17 products listed there, so although I may be the target audience -- the reality is, I know how to use the products already. And if I didn't have the items, I think I would resent having to purchase them, since the techniques are so directly connected to these particular Ranger products.