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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Alcohol Inks Class

This is a card from my Alcohol Inks class. The colors are from the new alcohol inks from Ranger. I love the new colors, this card used juniper, willow, and stonewashed inks.


Products:

  • Ranger Alcohol Inks - Juniper, Willow, Stonewashed, Blending Solution
  • Hero Arts - Dandelion
  • American Crafts - Zing - Brown Embossing Powder
  • Signo - Uni Ball White Gel Pen
  • Memento - Bamboo Leaves
  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder - Swiss Dots
  • Paper Bag Studio - Beauty
  • Versamark Watermark Ink

Thanks for stopping by..

Suzz

12 comments:

  1. This is drop dead gorgeous, Sue!! Love the alcohol ink effect with the dandelion stamp!!

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  2. Just FABULOUS!!! Now tell us...are the AI's on glossy, and is the stamping directly over the AI's, or on a separate transparency? LOVE it!!

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  3. I MUST get those Colors...your Card is just GORGEOUS...Love it SUZZ!!!

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  4. PRECIOSA, cada dia mas superaciĆ³n, es increible lo bonita que te ha quedado, felicidades.

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  5. You know, I need to be better about using alcohol inks. This card is wonderful. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. What an incredible background. Those colors are gorgeous. Embossing the flowers really makes them stand out.

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  7. Those new colours are beautiful, I love them. I also love this gorgeous card!

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  8. This is beautiful... new inks? And I don't have them.... the card is a beauty!

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  9. What did you use the inks on? Cardstock, acetate, etc. This is just so lovely, elegant, and beautiful! Breathtaking really! Way to go, Sue!!!

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  10. You're a star, sister-girl! Congratulations on being published!

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  11. So I am guessing at how you did this. Alcohol drops of ink on glossy white. The bigger the drops the bigger the blop. Then you either dropped Alcohol or Blending Solution? Tell me????

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