Hello Friends and happy Saturday. I have another quick project for you using Alcohol Inks on Vellum. Have you tried this technique before? This technique is super easy and ANY one can do it!
This technique is easy to do, but not one to type out and try to explain, much better to see it in action. Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how to create these panels. For todays project I used the Floating Ginkgos Stamp Set from Maker Forte that released in April, such a versatile stamp set. These mini slimline cards worked up with minimal supplies and can easily be turned into shaker cards if that is your jam!
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The products used in todays project are listed below. Please Note, affiliate links have been used at no cost to you. If you click a link AND make a purchase, I will receive a small commission. These earnings help to support my Youtube channel and my website. Thank you for your support.
- Maker Forte Floating Ginkgos Stamp Set
- Color Hive Eclipse Black Ink
- Ranger Alcohol Ink Amethyst
- Ranger Alcohol Ink Flamingo
- Ranger Alcohol Ink Patina
- 110lb Heavyweight White Cardstock
- GKD Terrific Tape 1/8″ Tape
- Maker Forte Bone Folder
- Alcohol Ink Blower
- Premium Vellum
- Pearlized Vellum
- StazOn Bordeaux Ink
- 91% Isopropyl Alcohol
- Needle Tip Bottle
This panel has the regular vellum and gives a nice vibrant punch of color.
And this panel is made with the Pearlized Vellum. I love the softness you get when adding the alcohol ink and StazOn ink. I also love that I don’t need to buy the Pearl Alcohol inks to get this shimmery effect.
I am loving how these turned out and I hope you like them too.
I want to thank you so much for joining me today. I hope you have a fantastic day and I will catch you next time.
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