Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Alcohol inks, acetate and diecuts.


Hi everyone, I was remiss in linking up this card to the CAS Mix up Challenge! Time got away before I could finish it. In real life the acetate panel looks like a sliced jewel! But when photographed it needed something else!
 I'm a big fan of Loll's gorgeous CAS cards and she often tops off a beautiful background with a white die cut, so I tried this technique too!

Alcohol inks were dripped and blown onto the acetate then I added a layer of dimensional magic glue. A piece of scrunched then flattened tissue paper was stuck onto this to make a white backing. The gold layer of shimmer paper adds more colour in the gaps where the tissue seems to have disappeared and added a frame to balance the white base.

I'm linking up to these challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday where the theme is flower frenzy.
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Work it Wednesday where the theme is to use a fun inking technique.


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Poppystamps has a clean and simple challenge this month.

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At Addicted to Stamps and More the theme is also clean and simple.


At Craft Stamper Magazine Tke it Make it Challenge, it's anything goes as long as you use a stamp somewhere on your project!

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Supplies:
Alcohol inks; Poppy stamps woodley stem die; acetate; modge podge dimensional magic; white tissue paper; gold shimmer paper; Altenew magnolias for her sentiment stamp; versafine ink &     clear ep.

Thanks for visiting,
Cathy x

18 comments:

  1. The colors are stunning and I love the white die cuts. I need to try this with the alcohol inks. I like how they look on glossy paper but have never tried on acetate.

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  2. Oh this is lovely, the white and that pop of colour....gorgeous !
    Thanks for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge, I hope you have a great day x

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  3. Love the white die cuts in the foreground of your card. Thanks for playing with our CAS challenge at ATSM. All the best, Cathy

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  4. Absolutely stunning...gorgeous vibrant colours, great technique and love the white die cut to finish off your amazing card x

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  5. gorgeous background, the bright colours are framed perfectly with the white.6

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  6. Another gorgeous AI acetate card, Cathy! I love the colors you used and the tissue paper texture!
    The gold shimmer paper in the background is subtle and effective. The white die-cut flowers pop against the vibrant AI acetate background. Hideko xx

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  7. this is very beautiful, love the colors
    thanks for joining us at HLS
    Barb Housner (DT)

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  8. Cathy, this card is so very pretty. The colors are definitely jewel-like. It almost reminds me of a geode. So fabulous.

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  9. Simple stunning!!!!! I love the burst of colour behind the white flowers.
    sharon :)

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  10. Such a pretty card. The techniques result in such an elegant look.

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  11. Your background is absolutely gorgeous! I can see the sliced jewel. I need to try this technique :)

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  12. This is so stunning! The delicate die cuts and that bold inky background together are amazing!

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  13. Rich, saturated and so gorgeous, Cathy ... the shape of those delicate blooms is perfect against the yummy inky forms! Hugs, Anita :)

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  14. This looks gorgeous, the colours are so intense. Thank you for playing along with the HLS Mixed Media challenge xx

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  15. Gorgeous card design.
    Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Pam x

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  16. A great technique Cathy. I love the colours and that's a very pretty die. Barbxx

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  17. This alcohol inked acetate is so bright and pretty and the white die cut looks great over the top Cathy. x

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