Thursday, August 25, 2022

Get Inky with Alcohol Inks Blog Hop + Giveaway ($300 in Total Prizes!)

 


Welcome to MORE inspiration to Get Inky with Alcohol Inks

You should have arrived from Virginia Lu's blog. You can return to the start of the blog hop at any time HERE


Did you know you can use alcohol inks on foil or mirror card stock?


I've combined inks from the Sugarplums Alcohol Ink Bundle and the Tranquility Alcohol Ink Bundle and used a blower tool and embossing tool to move the ink on the paper. I then die cut the panel with a die from the Rounded Rectangles Die set.
I then layered the rectangle over cardstock embossed with the Classic Pinecones Slim Embossing Folder. Gold Washi tape and a bloom cut from Gold Mirror Cardstock with the Festive Clusters Die complete the card.

This next piece is created with Yupo paper and features the Sugarplums Alcohol Ink Bundle with a hint of Cloudy Sky from the Tranquility Alcohol Ink Bundle.






Thanks for stopping by!

Enjoy more inspiration at your next stop on the hop Bridget Casey

Prizes!

$300 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $25 gift certificate to 8 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post by 09/06/2022 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 10 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 09/08/2022.



34 comments:

Giselle said...

Wow, your home decor piece is stunning! I love the colours you chose to mix.

sharon g said...

What a great look. I LIKE how you added the simple die cut flowers/leaves to the inking. NICE

Jan said...

I Love the browns and greys together. Beautiful and elegant

Donna Walls said...

Great color combo and lovely projects. Is the last panel in a picture frame?

Jeanne Beam said...

Gorgeous colors for your card and framed background.
Thanks for sharing.

Brebda said...

These were stunning. And I did not know they could be added to foiled papers. Wow!

Teresa McClennen said...

Your creation looks stunning!

Jeanne Rice said...

Love the background. Gorgeous card.

MadeByMeghanK said...

Both are amazing! You made beautiful alcohol ink backgrounds! I LOVE the colors!!!

Lillian said...

Amazing alcohol ink backgrounds and techniques. Love the colors!

Audja said...

Your texture and die cut overlay do not overpower the brilliant alcohol ink!

Lauryne Cunningham said...

The backgrounds are beautiful! I love the sugarplum colors!

Mom-Mom Gail said...

Not the colors I would have thought to use and yet the colors are gorgeous and deserve to be framed!

Sandy said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely alcohol ink backgrounds!

Nandini said...

These are beautiful!!

Maryann Ferry said...

No, I did not know that you can use alcohol inks on mirror paper. Thank you for the tip! Your cards are beautiful! Thank you. by Maryann Ferry

s.leez said...

I love how you got such beautiful effects from the inks!

Rufus said...

Love the colors in your framed piece it’s stunning!

junestengel1958 said...

WOW! those color combinations are AMAZING!

Patty said...

Love both of these! That second using the stormy sky ink is amazing!

Lynn Chan said...

Powerful colours! Pretty!

Deborah Hellman said...

Beautiful colors! 😍

Mendy said...

Love those sugarplum inks. Just yummy colors.

Anita said...

I didn`t know that we can use alcohol inks on a mirror cardstock. I have a few of them and definitely will try out this technique. Thank you for the inspiration.

Carrie R said...

Gorgeous colors…I wrote them down so maybe I can get close to what you made…and that’s a definate maybe. Thanks for sharing your great projects!!!

Karen Williams said...

Thank you for sharing, it looks like you had a lot of fun!

Donna Ritchie said...

love the dark colours you used on your piece on the Yupo paper. Did you add a touch of foil to the card?

Maureen Reiss said...

Absolutely Stunning!!!! Those colors are Amazing!!

Lori Podolsky said...

Pure magic, Rosie. I was unaware that you can use alcohol inks on foil or mirror cardstock. Very cool! So inspirational. Thank you for sharing.

Joni J. Seith said...

I was just thinking that I'd put the piece on the right in a frame and call it a day. As I kept scrolling I saw that that was exactly what you did. Good call! It makes a great picture.

Sue D said...

Fabulous results!

Lissette said...

Wonderful card. Thanks for sharing.

Theresa said...

Love the alcohol inks!

DorothyA said...

Your background is very rich! So many ways to use these, I'm learning from this blog hop. Thanks for your inspiration.

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