Blendable, washable, and incredibly versatile, this quick-drying craft ink has become a favorite among fabric artists. And because it's water-based and non-toxic, All-Purpose Ink is fun for artists of all ages.
Use it on wood, paper, leather and other porous surfaces too. All-Purpose Ink must be heat set on fabric for permanence. Heat set between color applications to prevent bleeding. Or layer colors to achieve a blended "watercolor" effect.
Patti Culea created this doll called Floriana for Doll Camp. Here's how Patti briefly describes using All Purpose Inks on Floriani:
"I used All Purpose Inks for the face and body. Using the Fantastix, I blended the inks into her face to add shading and highlights. I also used the Fantastix dipped in the inks to do the detail work on her face."