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Alcohol Ink Antics {2}

When you stamp with an oil based archival ink such as Versafine or Stazon on alcohol inks, you can rub it off and it will take the alcohol ink with it, leaving a lovely clear image.

Tip 4

Above right Colleen from our forum has cleaned the alcohol inks off the acetate with blending solution, then stamped inside the cleaned area!  It looks great!

Tip 5

This piece below was a crumpled up bit of foil splodged with alcohol inks and blending solution – in real life the colours are gorgeous!  

This got us all getting our Cuttlebug embossing folders out with great effect! Just look at the beautiful piece Kath (LazyKay) produced below!  She applied the alcohol inks after embossing.

Netti showed our forum this piece above which she had made with embossed metal,which is stunning!

Tip 6

I created this sunset effect below by splodging yellow and red pinata inks, using more red at the top.  I then dropped a single drop of the yellow for the sun.  When dry I turned the acetate over and stamped the image with Stazon.

{More alcohol ink antics}

Alcohol Inks (2)

This is the Bottom Not Opening Card!