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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Cornish Heritage Farms & Thinking Inking Challenges

This week at two peas in a bucket Jennifer McGuire's class is on alcohol inks http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/cg_display.asp?cmd=display&seed_id=30045. I love alcohol inks and I also am playing in the Cornish Heritage Farms Summer Design Challenge http://forums.cornishheritagefarms.com/viewtopic.php?t=2740&sid=4bc95e215c931fd1489727d74ff52d0a and this weeks challenge is resist. I combined the two to come up with this:

Recipe:
  1. Stamp images on glossy cardstock using versamark watermark ink.
  2. Emboss images with clear embossing powder.
  3. Apply layer of orange alcohol ink across bottom 1/3 or cardstock by dripping 3 drips of orange alcohol ink on felt on applicator and addint 3 drops of blending solution. Smear on cardstock using a stroke along the bottom.
  4. Replace felt and repeat for light green in the middle and pink on top. Careful not to blend the colors too much.
  5. Use clean felt with blending solution to remove excess color on embossed areas. This will mute the tones of the alcohol inks to the soft pastel shades.
  6. Versamark entire surface and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.
  7. Attach flowers, gems, twine.
  8. Punch dragonflies with vellum and orange cardstock.

Products:

  • Cornish Heritage Farms - KH-5011FUM SAilhouette Blooms I
  • Cornish Heritage Farms - SL-3148WUM Dotted Diamonds
  • Ranger Alcohol Inks - Raspberry, Citrus, Sunshine Orange
  • Versamark Watermark Ink
  • Clear Embossing Powder
  • Lace Trim - Vintage
  • Floradoodles - Paper Flowers
  • Prima Flower
  • Twine
  • Crystal Stickers - Gems

Thanks for stopping by...

Suzz

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful card-love how the technique turned out.

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  2. Gorgeous!! I love how this turned out!!!

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  3. Wow! Great job combining the two challenges. The end result is gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful! Love the colors and how you used the techniques!

    Hugs
    Vanessa

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  5. Great idea. Love the delicate colours that ended up on your background. Am going to try that technique

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  6. orange and pink....just yummy!

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  7. Absolutly gorgeous, Sue!! You are amazing with the alchol inks, I have a lot to learn from you!!

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  8. Finally made it to your blog to see this gorgeous card - always love your alcohol ink cards and the string as stems is so unique!

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  9. Such a BEAUTIFUL effect Suzanne!

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  10. Hi,Suzz! You created such a yummy color card.
    This is so lovely!!! Thanks for sharing your recipe with us! :)

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  11. I am happy to visit your blog and found great colorful card here. I hope you working like this and add some more in your list.

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