Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Smooshed Alcohol Inks

Welcome

I want to start by thanking Loll for her various tutorials, and in particular this one on Smooshing Alcohol Inks 


I followed Loll's instructions, and this background is the 'second dipping' of the Yupo paper - I love that it looks like marble!!


As this was a commissioned card, and as I had no appropriate stamp, I computer generated the sentiment, printed it onto vellum, and immediately silver embossed it.


As the invitation is to a celebration, I punched the balloons, added some silver thread to each balloon, then secured all three with a bow, and glued them to the base with a drop of Glossy Accents under the bow.
 I layered the yupo paper into silver, and then the purple base, added a few silver sequins, and the card was finished.

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28 comments:

  1. I agree Loll has some fabulous tutorials and this turned out wow....awesome. Great colours too Maxine, love it.xx [aNNie]

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  2. Maxine, your sparkly balloons make this card extra special. Fun and beautiful!

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  3. Hi Maxine, a great card love the background you created, I'll have to pop over to Loll's blog and have a look around. Have a wonderful week... Megan

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  4. Wow! Such an elegant card! And what a beautiful technique; never tried that; will have to soon :)! Hugs, Gerrina

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  5. This is just beautiful. Gorgeous colours and design. Nice work.
    Thank you for sharing with us over here at "A Perfect Time To Craft" and best of luck with your entry.

    Annette DT for http://aperfecttimetocraft.blogspot.com.au/



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  6. What an amazing background Maxine! The balloons really add a festive touch! Love the colors too. Hugs, Autumn

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  7. Wonderful creation Maxine, the background turned out amazing! Loving the silver embossing!

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  8. A wonderful card with this beautiful background Maxine! Super video as well- thank you for linking it!
    Hugs
    Susi

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  9. What great colours on that fabulous background. Loving the fun balloons and how you managed to silver emboss on the printed sentiment and yes Loll does inspirational tutorials and videos x

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  10. The background is really unique and gives the card a nice pop x

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  11. Beautiful card, Maxine. Love the mix of alcohol ink colours. The purples and silvers are perfect together. Great job with creating your vellum banner. I have done that once before and was amazed the ink stayed wet long enough to get the powder to stick. :) Your sparkly balloons are the perfect embellishment. Thanks for the shout out! xx

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  12. your embossing in silver so tidy and clean
    love the vellum for the sentiment Maxine
    and love all the purple here
    lovely card my friend
    hugs
    Monika

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  13. What a beautiful background you created. What a lovely card.

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  14. Yes, Loll does share amazing tips and tricks. Also the videos. Your card is wonderfully made- loved the background you created! :)

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  15. Beautiful effect! love it! Thanks for joining us at Always Fun Challenges!
    DT Waleska

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  16. Stunning card and love your background! Thank you for sharing with us over here at "A Perfect Time To Craft" and best of luck with your entry.

    Melanie DT for http://aperfecttimetocraft.blogspot.com.au/...

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  17. Wow - you and alcohol go well together - inks that is! Wink:wink. Such a great technique and love the colours! I am going to go and check out the Blog you were inspired by. Thanks for the inspiration my friend! xox

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  18. Great card! Thank you for joining us here at Word Art Wednesday. We hope you will link more projects with us soon. Leaving you with the inspiration of the scripture in II Thessalonians 3:3 (KJV) ” But the Lord is faithful, who shall stablish you, and keep you from evil.” God bless!

    JO ANN
    http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

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  19. What a fun card. Great technique and I really love the embossed sentiment. Thank-you for joining us at the Crafts Galore Encore Challenge 'Anything Goes' May 2017.
    Nicola, CGE DT (Amethyst Lily Designs )

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  20. Very Cool!!! I've never done a background like this. Love your color scheme :) Thanks for playing along at PIP Challenges & have a great week!

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  21. Hi and welcome to are Challenge this month.Thank you for sharing your project with us good luck with your entry hope to see you again soon hugs Sue DT xx
    http://deliciousdoodleschallenge2.blogspot.co.uk/

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  22. Oh wow - that is a super invitation - I love the elegance that the background gives! Thank you for sharing with us over here at "A Perfect Time To Craft" and best of luck with your entry.

    Jen DT for http://aperfecttimetocraft.blogspot.com.au/...

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  23. Lovely card!! Thanks for joining our challenge at Always Fun Good luck!!
    Jolanda
    (DT member)

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  24. Love it, love it, love it!!!!
    Hugs, Fran

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  25. Loll is certainly very generous with her tutorials and you've made a beautiful card using this lovely technique. I really like the vellum sentiment overlay too. Barbxx

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  26. Love your project. Thanks for joining Delious Doodles challenge! Val S. DT

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  27. Hi Maxine. better late than never to visit I guess. I am not sure what Yupo paper is but I like playing with alcohol inks. You do well with your metallic embossing. I get specks everywhere when I do it. Kate x

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  28. Ooh love this Maxine! So gorgeous hunny! I haven't got on at all well with my Yupo paper, so must check out this tute! Hope things are going okay for you hunny. Sending loads of love and peaceful thoughts, Wends xoxo

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