Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Trying something new! Alcohol with blends markers

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Hi there!
You are probably like me and have been seeing the inking technique using blend markers on vellum and applying alcohol.  
I participate in a monthly swap with a group of sweet friends and this was my entry.
I love the pop of colors and the elegance added by the gold leafing flakes.
This card was fun to make as I learned a new inking technique.
It combined lots of products that I already had on hand.
I absolutely love using my stash!

Images ©2021 Stampin’ Up!

Here's the steps I took to make this card:
A2 card base using Night of Navy, score at 5.5"
Cut Basic White panel, 4" x 5.25"
Cut Daffodil Delight panel, 3.75" x 5" and emboss with Textured Textile EF
Using Polished Pink, punch a flower from the large Daisy Punch
Stamp a flower using Polished Pink ink on Polished Pink cardstock, heat emboss with clear embossing powder
Add white twine to flower center
Using Granny Apple Green, punch a banner with the Triple Banner punch
Emboss with Painted Texture EF
Randomly color vellum with Blends Markers
Spritz vellum with rubbing alcohol
Use sponge dauber and dot alcohol for added interest 
Cut vellum into panels
Using white multi-purpose Tombow glue, add gold leafing
Layer vellum layer on card panel
Add flower embellishment

Here's a product ingredient list below:
Thanks for stopping by the Craft Lounge!

  • My name is Nedine Hunter-DuPree, the lead creator for Craft Lounge Creations.
  • I am an independent demonstrator within Stampin' Up!
  • All of the wonderful projects you see on my site are uniquely my own content and are my sole responsibility.  While many of my projects use Stampin’ Up! products, Stampin' Up! does not endorse the Craft Lounge website.

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