By Kim Reygate. Acetate & Alcohol Ink Background. Apply drops of alcohol ink to felt pad of blending tool. Tap all over acetate, turning the tool as you move. Now add a few drops of blending solution to felt pad; use pad on another piece of acetate to create a paler background. Using archival ink, stamp an image repeatedly and randomly over the alcohol ink pieces. Let dry briefly; wipe away the ink using dry cloth/paper towel. Pretty -- and fun! Photo tutorial on website.

By Kim Reygate. Acetate & Alcohol Ink Background. Apply drops of alcohol ink to felt pad of blending tool. Tap all over acetate, turning the tool as you move. Now add a few drops of blending solution to felt pad; use pad on another piece of acetate to create a paler background. Using archival ink, stamp an image repeatedly and randomly over the alcohol ink pieces. Let dry briefly; wipe away the ink using dry cloth/paper towel. Pretty -- and fun! Photo tutorial on website.

Probably you can relate... we are always looking for a place to put a sentiment on our cards. When my friend ordered ten of my cards she sai...

Probably you can relate... we are always looking for a place to put a sentiment on our cards. When my friend ordered ten of my cards she sai...

Dress up your walls with fun DIY Switch Plates. This super easy step by step tutorial will show you how to paint your light switches with alcohol inks. FiberArtsy.com

DIY Switch Plates with Alcohol Ink

Dress up your walls with fun DIY Switch Plates. This super easy step by step tutorial will show you how to paint your light switches with alcohol inks. FiberArtsy.com

Just Before Sunset Watercolor Demo – Step 4 | Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Just Before Sunset Watercolor Demo – Step 4

Just Before Sunset Watercolor Demo – Step 4 | Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Adhere aluminum foil to cardstock; wrap edges of foil around back. Dry emboss piece. Paint with white gesso. Dry with heat tool. Squirt on different colors of alcohol ink. Spread ink by tilting or using small paintbrush. Dry with heat tool. Cover with archival black ink using blending tool. Buff. Sand. Go over with ink left on blending tool. Use as a background for a card.

Adhere aluminum foil to cardstock; wrap edges of foil around back. Dry emboss piece. Paint with white gesso. Dry with heat tool. Squirt on different colors of alcohol ink. Spread ink by tilting or using small paintbrush. Dry with heat tool. Cover with archival black ink using blending tool. Buff. Sand. Go over with ink left on blending tool. Use as a background for a card.

http://virginialusblog.blogspot.ca/2014/06/alcohol-inksand-what-is-dr-john-thinking.html (stamp with alcohol Inks)

http://virginialusblog.blogspot.ca/2014/06/alcohol-inksand-what-is-dr-john-thinking.html (stamp with alcohol Inks)

Under the microscope | bits & pieces - Heather Telford | Bloglovin’

Under the microscope (bits & pieces - Heather Telford)

Under the microscope | bits & pieces - Heather Telford | Bloglovin’

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