#cardmaking, Alcohol Inks, STAMPtemper

Picket Fence Studios in Collaboration with STAMPtember® 2020

Let’s begin! I have created two cards and here we go with the first one. I die cut an A2 panel out of Yupo paper.

I applied alcohol inks on top. The colors used are the following: Slate, Stream and Citrus.

Additionally, I applied Rich Pale Piñata and moved it around with the Alcohol Blending Solution. Also, I added splatters of the Rich Pale Piñata.

Next, I stamped the Happy Water Stamp and heat embossed it using WOW! Metallic Gold Embossing Powder. Then, I colored the drinks with Copic markers.

I carefully fussy cut the image but you can use the die cut. I added foam tape at the back and placed it in top of the alcohol ink background.

Finally, I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment, added a few sequins and this card was finished.

This is my second card and I used Nara Black paper for this one. I started by applying alcohol inks to a slim panel using Pearl Mixative.

The alcohol inks that I used are Wild Plum, Sunset Orange, Sunshine Yellow, Citrus, Stream, Amethyst and Rich Gold Piñata. Additionally, I die cut this Nara Black paper using a slim die.

Next, I stamped the Happy Water Stamp using black ink and then I colored the image using Copic markers. I fussy cut the image and attached it to the background using foam tape.

Finally, I stamped the sentiment from the same Happy Water Stamp and and heat embossed it using WOW! Metallic Gold Embossing Powder. Added a few sequins and my card was done.

Hope you enjoy these two cards and get some inspiration. Grab this stamp before it’s gone and have a wonderful day!

Karen


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