Need a quick DIY Mother's Day Card? Check out this tutorial from Cheiron Brandon which shows three easy cards to make using Alcohol Ink backgrounds, Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART Dye Inks, Letter It™ Stamps and more!
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Create a beautifully simple and colorful Confirmation card using Tim Holtz® Alcohol Inks and Alcohol Pearls by following along this tutorial by Cheiron Brandon.
Hi there crafty friends! Today I am sharing a fun colorful card using new Dina Wakley stamps and an alcohol ink background created with stencils and alcohol lift ink reinker. I love the effect of this, and think it’s the perfect pop for the black and white collage paper and black stamped images I used.
Hello, Creative Friends! I am back today with another tutorial. I wanted to try something different and unique for today’s project, so I came up with this mosaic art journal background using the Ranger Gel Plate and Alcohol Inks. I hope you’re inspired!
Hi there! It’s Cheiron here and today I am going to share a set of tags that I made with Alcohol Ink backgrounds using Dina’s Oops Oh Well stamp set. I love all of the sayings in the set so much and the moon faces that go with them, so I turned them into a set of tags with beautiful Alcohol Ink backgrounds. Sometimes I keep these tags in a bin in my studio, but these would also be perfect to share with crafty friends!
Creating an eerie background is quick and easy with Alcohol Inks and Yupo. Nicole Wright here and I am new to using Yupo and a HUGE Halloween fan! Alcohol Inks are so versatile blending on Yupo or even metal embellishments. There are no limits to these bold inks. This creepy look is key to achieving this spooky Pumpkinhead layered card.