20 Nov 2011

ATC and Alcohol Inks..............

Wicked Wednesday ATC challenge this week is Flowerful.  The design team have used a digi image from Dilly Beans Digi Stamps, who are providing the prize.  Great inspiration.
As I had been playing with Alcohol inks in my last post and it was a little addictive... I decided while they were out I would make an ATC! !
I covered a piece of Acetate with cranberry and pitch black and blending solution and with archival ink I stamped a flourish 3 times and wiped the ink away.....I love this and it never ceases to amaze me how the design pops.... then I stamped my flowers and embossed with black, also a little butterfly crept in as well......... where there are flowers there are butterflies......yes!!!!

I mounted this onto silver mirri card and secured with silver brads, the whole ATC has a very metallic look to it and the embossing gives texture, The hardest part was taking a photo!!! I think this is the best one for light here below are couple more I took



Looking more metallic in this one but a bit blurred!

This one shows up the background a bit better ................maybe

Thanks for the challenge

Stamps used : Flowers Sheena Douglas A Little Bit Sketchy her new range ,
flourish Creative expressions (I think)
Ranger Alcohol Inks, Versafine Black ink and Cosmic Shimmer Black Embossing powder
Heat resistant Acetate, Silver Mirri Card

bye for now

4 comments:

  1. Love the colors - purple is my favorite color. :) Thank you so much for joining us at Wicked Wednesdays! :)

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  2. Lovely work Maggie, and gorgeous colours. A really great card! Valerie

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  3. I'm a bit over cautions when it comes to playing with inks like that... but wow... this is gorgeous! Fabulous colours. Thanks for sharing with us at Wicked Wednesdays!

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  4. Beautiful colour combinations Maggie. A very arty piece of work. Sue.x

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