Monday, February 25, 2013

Love You..

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Thanks a lot for the warm welcome and such wonderful comments.Today I am here again to share another inspiration for alcohol inks but this time I used clear acetate sheet. Trust me its very easy to use these inks and everytime u get a new results.I embossed the acetate sheet with polka dot embossing folder.Now add few drops of each color you want to use to the felt pad that is attached to your applicator. I apply single drops of color a little randomly on various areas of the felt.Lightly dab your surface repeatedly until you achieve the
coverage and pattern desired. If you apply it by patting the surface only a couple times you will get a blended, less marble looking / blotchy effect as you do if you keep patting your surface repeatedly. You can make it very interesting by blowing on it as you work in quick taps for the smallest marble pattern effects.Try out combinations of 2 inks, or even just one and the "alcohol blending solution" (works as clear alcohol ink) for 
a variety of marbled monotone effects.

I dressed up my card wid various die cuts from spellbinder dies ( Twisted Metal Tags & Accents,Splendid Circles and Ribbon Tags Trio 3) and PP is from DCWV.Black lace and just few pearls added more beauty to my card.
Hope u all enjoyed it.
I love hearing from you !!

All the supplies used in this project are available atImaginations, the premium craft supply store



Crafters Corner Challenge#5 : Expressions of Love

Polka Dots and/or Stripes!


  1. This is super gorgeous as is true of all your work.I really like that you tr y out different styles.I also need your help.I had bought quite a few alcohol inks via m friend in the US but forgot to buy the blending solution.:-(.I can't find it here.Can you tell me where you bought yours.I tried the alcohol from the medical store as a substitute but did not work very well for me.Thank you!

    1. Hello Pallavi..first of all thanks for visiting my blog.
      U can get d alcohol blending solution from Imaginations.Though i hv it but avoid using it as it turns very expensive.Alcohol inks r fast drying and may evaporate if kept open because of their alchoholic nature.I hv used a very simple local jugad for that and will be posting about it very soon.To a surprise u won"t hv to run anywhere rather u will get it in ur own cheers n no need to worry.

  2. Wow... Rajni, your work is really elaborate and grand. Love your choice of colors too. Awesome card!
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

  3. Thanks so much for playing along ItsyBitsy's Pattern Paper Challenge. All the very best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

  4. Love the explanation of alcohol inks and the different effects that can be achieved. Your card is lovely. Thank you so much for joining us at Cards in Envy!

  5. What a gorgeous card Rajni Ji!...Your choice of colors & the way you use your die -cuts is simply awesome The background you have made with Alchohol Inks is so beautiful..!!...Huge fan of your work! : )

    Thank you so much for playing along ''Crafter's Corner" # 5 & Best of luck! :)


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