I have been playing with alcohol inks today and have a couple of cards to share with you. First up I used a range of inks on acetate and then used it as a background for the gorgeous floral die plate from Stamplorations:
I used a sentiment from Stamplorations Hope Blooms set to complete the design. I shall link it up at The Flower Challenge where we are using acetate or vellum.
I shall also link up at Stamplorations Never Ending Challenge.
I also used the inks on some yupo paper and used that as the base for the beautiful Stamplorations butterflies. I inked up my Forest Foliage stencil and added another sentiment from Hope Blooms:
I shall link this up at the Cutplorations challenge where the May theme is Wings and Things. There are lots of fun things going on over at Stamplorations this month and they have some fab new products.....
I do love the effects you can get with alcohol inks :) I am sure that I will be getting them out again soon!
Thanks for stopping by,
Wow! Stunning cards Sarah, love the look of the inks with these gorgeous diecuts, Cathy xReplyDelete
Gorgeous color behind the fabulous floral die and lovely butterflies, Sarah. Thanks for sharing that beauty with us at The Flower Challenge.ReplyDelete
These are stunning! Love the first card.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous...absolutely 110% gorgeous!ReplyDelete
These cards are simply stunning !!ReplyDelete
Two gorgeous cards, Sarah. I love the way you've used those filigrane dies with your alcohol ink BGs. Thanks for joining us at CUTplorations this month with your pretty flutterbys.ReplyDelete
These cards are beautiful! I've always been a bit hesitant to play with alcohol inks, but you have changed my mind with your technique!! Thank you!ReplyDelete
This is just stunning, love the vibrancy of those inks. Thanks for joining us this month at The Flower Challenge. Cara DT xReplyDelete
WOW... Sarah, both cards are gorgeous. Love the background with alcohol and the butterflies are fabulous. Thank you for sharing your project at STAMPlorations CUTplorations May Challenge!ReplyDelete