Read through all
instructions before beginning your project.
These beautiful, color-saturated, acid-free, transparent
inks have an alcohol base which makes them indelible and moisture-resistant
when dry. That means you can work freely on most any clean, oil-free surface, and
makes them the ideal professional product. Highly versatile, Piñata can be used
in a variety of applications, including rubber stamping, fine art, fiber art,
and scrap booking. Also use Piñata in calligraphy, faux finishing techniques,
graphic and airbrush applications, as well as wood and leather staining.
Mixing Piñata with
Claro — it will stay shiny and not change color. It extends the drying and
working time. Claro is also a transparentizer. Claro dropped or brushed on top
of dry Piñata will make it spread, creating rings of marble or stone-like
texture. Slight dulling occurs, but most will remain shiny. Just like real
Mixing Piñata with
alcohol produces a slightly lighter color. When sponging this mixture,
expect to see tiny bubble-like textures. This is very effective in making
background papers and other interesting textural faux effects. Alcohol dropped
or brushed on top of dry Piñata removes the shine. This is particularly
effective on terra cotta surfaces or in faux finishing techniques where shine
would detract from the overall effect.
Spritz or brush
layers of color over color. When wet, each layer will push aside the under
layers creating amazing effects. Allowing each layer to dry will produce
beautiful glazes and truly spectacular colors with clarity and depth.
Add blanco Blanco
to any of the Piñata Colors and achieva a completely new glowing range of
pastel variations with a touch of opacity
with various colors and apply Piñata.
directions from the manufacturer, apply melted wax to fabric. Crinkle the
fabric allowing the wax to crack, then apply Piñata. Iron the wax away to
create beautiful batik effects.
Gum Arabic: mix
gum arabic with water to a heavy cream consistency. Apply this to a rubber
stamp or paint it directly onto a surface. Apply Piñata. Gently wash away the
Solution: Piñata Clean-Up Solution contains moisturizers to keep brushes
soft and pliable. (TIP: Use regular rubbing alcohol to clean off most of the
Piñata from brushes and sponges. Use the Clean-Up Solution for the final rinse
to keep brushes soft and ready-to-use the next time!)
Flammable • Eye Irratant • Contains: Denatured Alcohol • Keep Out Of Reach Of
Try Pinata On:
Glass Paper-coated and uncoated
Leather Foiled papers
Metal Mat board
Wood Cellophane and acetate
Canvass Leaf and gilded surfaces
Ideas & Tips:
Nothing is as beautiful as Piñata brayered onto vellum.
Color match glass drops and beads to your personal artwork.
Dye skeleton leaves into brilliant bursts of seasonal
Mica bits are glorious with Piñata
Don’t forget to try
Piñata on sea shells
Grommets, eyelets and fasteners!