Ink Recipe Guide: Holiday Colors
Mixing Recipes for 18 Screen Printing Ink Colors All Made From Speedball’s Blue, Yellow, Red, White, Black, Brown, and Silver Fabric Inks
With a set of Speedball’s starter fabric ink set plus brown and silver, you can mix 18 new fall colors for your screen printing projects. This easy-to-follow guide comes with instructions and tips on how to mix blue, yellow, red, white, black, brown, and silver Speedball Fabric Inks to make spruce, pine, holly, frost, mistletoe, sugarplum, gumdrop, rose gold, frozen, berry, cranberry, copper, gingerbread, vanilla, pewter, rosy, cookie, and crystal colors. The recipes are based on proportions making it easy to mix a small or large batch.
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NOTE: I created this guide after testing many ink combinations on my own. It is not endorsed by Speedball. The colors you see in this digital file may vary on different monitors and printers. Additionally, slight variations in the amounts of ink you use can make a difference in the final color. Use this as a guide and adjust as needed to achieve the colors you desire.
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