Add dimension to your drawings—literally—with a 3D printing pen. As you draw, a built-in UV light cures the ink, letting you build almost immediately. The ink is cool (not hot like other 3D pens), so it is safer for kids to use.
I made upcycled hot air balloon ornaments as part of our gift baskets this Christmas but made extra for my sunny windows. These are burned out light bulbs, Ranger alcohol inks and the "baskets" are wooden spools covered with jute.
Alcohol Ink Art Tile: Make a design on the tile using the hot glue gun. Drop Tim Holtz Alcohol Inks randomly to cover the entire tile. Let dry. Peel off the hot glue to reveal your design. A hot hair dryer or an embossing gun will make the hot glue lift off easier. This is meant to be an art piece only. Use porous tiles to make coasters.