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Old 08-11-2006, 06:45 AM   #1  
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Default alterd lunch tin -Marbelized

i saw the other day a lunch tin the lid was marbelized.

do you know how this is done?

my first one i covered with matching paper but i did not really like the way it turned out. this marbelized lid looked much cleaner.

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here is a picture


can anybody help how this is done?
it looks so clean and neat. love it
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It is done with alcohol inks. I saw a demo on this at Archivers. I do love the way it looks. I have been wanting to try it out myself.
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can you tell me more?

is it difficult?

i have tried archivers.com but it seams not to be a web site. can you help?
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It is a pretty easy technique. You must have the alcohol inks though. I have used this technique on glossy cardstock and glossy chipboard letters. I will try and attach a photo.

The archivers website is archiversonline.com
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Here's a link to one I did with some basic instructions. Keep in mind they have to be alcohol inks, not regular reinkers.
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When I worked at the local scrapbook store, I made one for Christmas. I used a metalic silver pen and Ranger alcohol inks. I applied the silver in spots and then dabbed the ink on the felt pad and stamp daubber then applied it to the tin. If you keep going over the silver, it will blend in with the inks and look marbled. You can use any color of metalic ink pen. If you don't like the pattern you have, just keep daubbing until you come to one you like. I tried to do mine as uniformily as possible because it was for a class and on display (and also because I'm picky). I tied various ribbons on the handle that matched the colors. It looked great. I also put in cardstock dividers for the inside. Then right before Christmas...it grew legs and walked out of the store.
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