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Can Tea Staining Be Used on Wood That Has Already Had an Oil-Based Stain?

I wouldn't do it. The oil from the first stain will have penetrated the wood grains to a varying degree, and will prevent the tea and vinegar stain from distributing evenly. Now, this may not result ...
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Opaque purple paint options

You could use black gesso or other dark pigments mixed into the ground. Then the transparency of your violet/purple paints will not be trying to overcome a white background, requiring less pigment. If ...
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Working with epoxy resin crafts/colors blooming or spreading

This is because you're resin has a high viscosity and the alcohol ink has a low viscosity but high surface tension. In layman's terms the resin is thick, and the ink holds its shape well. So when you ...
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