Friday, 18 August 2017

Happy Birthday Butterfly

I just remembered there are a few cards I haven't shared. This first one was using alcohol inks and a new die from Waffle Flower. The sentiment is not a stamp, but plastic tape, made to look like dymo.

This was one of my favourite backgrounds and I layered it with acetate to get a glossy look.
It has already found a home with a good friend who celebrated her 60th this week.

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Simon Says - Add a Sentiment

Another Indoor Garden

Here is another card made with Altenew's Indoor Garden Stamp Set....

This time the images were coloured with Altenew Inks and Distress Oxide Inks, using the 2/3 step stamping technique.
I can see lots of uses for the gorgeous set and I think I might get the other garden set too! The die cut background was made with a Tim Holtz die.

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Simon Wednesday Challenge - Add a Sentiment

Indoor Garden

Hi there. Today I pulled out another new set from Altenew - Indoor Garden. This set is really fun, because 'it combines half-sketched images with half-painted images to create a clean and modern look'.

For my first card using this set,  I have water-coloured the images, but I have another card using all the stamps to get a mod 'painterly' look.

I used Zig CCRB Markers to colour the images and Acrylic Gold Ink for splatter etc.

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Simon Says Wednesday - add a Sentiment.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

And Another One...

Hi again. It appears this has been good therapy for me and I think my Mojo has well and truly returned:)

In this one I've used Jacquard Pinata Alcohol Inks (Baja Blue, Lime Green, Mantilla Black and Silver).
The mermaid is a Silhouette cut file, coloured with black ink and a glitter spray. The seaweed image is from an old set from Inkadinkadoo and the sentiment is from Avery Elle. The bubbles are from Winnie & Walter.  I decided to use the white gel pen to give it some pop - I'm not sure if looks good or not. I'm very happy with the background.

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I'm sure there are wave's in the ocean!

Nautical theme

Still Obsessed!

If I was obsessed before, I'm even more so since I purchased the metallic alcohol inks!!!

In this card I used Jacquard Pinata Alcohol Inks (Senorita Magenta;Passion Purple;Mantilla Black and Rich Gold) and I blended with 100% Alcohol.

When the inks were dry, I stamped the butterfly from Stamper Annonymous and mounted it on white card base, finishing with the sentiment from Altenew.

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Friday, 11 August 2017

Alcohol Ink on Vellum

This time I used Alcohol Inks on Vellum...

I've used Copics on vellum quite a lot, but this is the first time I've used Pinata. I was also excited to find the silver ink, which is really pretty. The feather die is from a magazine and the stamp is from CASual Friday Stamps.

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Simon Monday Challenge   Happy (7th) Birthday

Alcohol Ink Obsession

Hey there! So I noticed that the theme at CAS Mix Up challenge is to use Alcohol Inks and the last time I used them, I got slightly obsessed and it's no different this time!!! Once I start i can't stop myself, so I've got a few cards to share. This is the first one...
I used a combination of Copic ink and Jacquard Pinata ink on Yupo and then die cut the leaves.
The background stamp is from Kaisercraft and the sentiment from Altenew.

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