Friday, February 26, 2010

Alcohol Inks

With the resurgence of vintage artwwork, I have lately become interested in all the different products made by Ranger Ink. This morning I put together two small gift cards using three alcohol inks.
Both cards are made with the same inks - Lettuce, Eggplant, and Cranberry. I made one lighter by using a little more blending solution. Other products used are Bazzill flowers, CTMH rub-ons, and random ribbon from my stash. Pretty little cards!

If you'd like to learn this technique, I am offering you this link. In this video, Tim Holtz leads the correct way in applying alcohol inks. You will never regret hopping over to Ranger and learning some new things. I have absolutely loved gaining some new paper crafting knowledge through all of these fabulous videos!!

Edit on 3/1: These cards fit into the Practical Scrappers challenge this week - using inks/chalks.


Dawn said...

these are just lovely little cards, I am always thrilled with Ranger products and the videos are wonderful.

Karen Pedersen said...

So soft and beautiful!

Kim said...

Stunning! I have seriously got to visit this link! Thanks for sharing with us, sweet friend! These are just incredible and so much fun to create!
kim xXx

Jamie Harder said...

Oh I have always wanted to try alcohol inks!!! Thanks for the inspiration...your work is BEAUTIFUL!!!

Laurel said...

These are so beautiful!

Sarah said...

What a gorgeous effect!! Beautiful and creative - thanks for playing at Practical Scrappers!