Saturday, August 5, 2017

Alcohol Wrap

Hello there.

I've been playing with alcohol inks on Yupo paper.


This time I split a cellophane bag and dropped a few different colors on one side of the bag
and spritzed with some blending solution
.
I laid some photo paper on the ink, closed the bag and smooshed.

While the ink was still wet, I  added some scrunched plastic wrap on top and left it to dry.

What a fun look!

I cut the finished piece in half and made 2 cards.


The images were stamped with StazOn ink.

The CAS Mix Up August challenge is
Using stamping, alcohol inks, plastic wrap and die cutting.

I'm also going to enter at
ANYTHING GOES STAMPING


Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.

Enjoy!



Card Recipe
Stamps:  Distress Crayon Watercolor Kit (TH)
Ink:   StazOn Jet Black
Paper:   Neena, Photo (Kodak)
Other:  Alcohol Ink & Blending Solution (Ranger), Plastic Wrap (store brand), Stitched Rectangles (SSS: card 1) - Stitched Mats Rectangles (LI: card 2), Smile Die (Peachy Cheap) 


25 comments:

nancy littrell said...

OMG Bonnie, both your AI's with plastic wrap cards are Gorgeous!!! I love your colors and your CAS designs. TFS my friend. Hugs..

Betty Keefe said...

what a fantastic technique - going to give this a go today!!! beautiful cards!!

Helen Gullett said...

Those cards are fantastic! Love the vibrant colors of the alcohol inks. I tried the cling wrap technique with watercolor paints, but you inspire me to try it with alcohol inks :) Thank You!

Christine Alexander said...

OMG those colours are amazing, I love the effect of the celophane bag with the AI's and the simple stamping is just perfect.

Loll said...

AWESOME!! LOVE the artsy look of these AI and cling wrap backgrounds Bonnie!! Using the bag keeps the messy part contained --- great idea! xx

Papercraft Boutique said...

These are so cool, Bonnie! Love the interesting, graphic design and colors! Hideko

Craftychris said...

Awesome cards - what a cool technique for the backgrounds! xxx

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

What a truly fabulous background you have made Bonnie! It looks very artistic with the simple outline images stamped on top, allowing that fabulous background to shine through as the true star! Have a lovely Sunday! Love & Hugs. Hazel xx
My Card Attic

Mac Mable said...

Absolutely glorious. I love the fantastic backgrounds and so unique. Great effect too x Black stamping is all that is needed to enhance these stunning cards. You can probably tell...I love them! x

Bożena Adamusińska said...

I did not think that AI can also work with food foil. The effect is amazing. I love both cards. This panel is simply stunning.
Hugs,
BożenA

JoAnn said...

Wow, beautiful cards and amazing backgrounds. TFS

Brenda said...

Wow, wow, wow!!! Love the look you got from your play Bonnie!! Your cards are just beautiful. Hugs, Brenda

Sandy said...

Your cards are gorgeous - love the technique. I sure would like to see you doing a video tutorial of this!!!!!!!
sandy xx

Marcia HIll said...

WOW!!! Oh my word Bonnie...these backgrounds are absolutely STUNNING! I keep going back and forth between the two and just LOVE how they look! And how perfect the simple black outlined images look on it! I'm in love and definitely am going to have to try this out! Lovely, lovely cards my friend!! :0)

jimlynn said...

Bonnie, these are breathtaking! WOW So very pretty. I love the backgrounds and the way you did them. Stunning cards.
Lynn

Nancy Stislow said...

What a cool technique and what gorgeous results! Love the mix of color on that spectacular background. This is fabulous, Bonnie! Thanks again for describing your process!

Susan said...

Beautiful mix of colours, and perfect cling wrap backgrounds. They set off the butterfly and flowers perfectly.

Linda said...

Oh, Bonnie, two gorgeous backgrounds with the AI's and beautiful cards. Love both of them.

Julia Aston said...

What a gorgeous background you created with this technique Bonnie! Love all the colors you used and the pretty stampings! Julia xx

OH Babs said...

These cards are great Bonnie. Thanks for explaining the technique I hope to give it a try sooooon. Barb

Darnell said...

Okay, seriously, you have bugged my eyeballs right out of my head, Bolly! You have no doubt started a new Blogland craze (myself included) with this extraordinary artistic background and what you did with them to create these two beautiful cards! Pinning and drooling!!! Hugs, Dolly

Daffodil Cards said...

Gorgeously Beautifully Stunning.
Faith
x

Karen D. said...

love, love, love the results you achieved....awesome cards, love!! again.
xx Karen

Pat said...

Well, these are fabulous Bonnie and that technique has worked extraordinarily well! I adore the colours and the patterns are so pretty, and the outline butterfly, flowers and sentiment go beautifully with it. x

Desperatehousewife Craft said...

Thats gorgeous Bonnie. I'm going to CASE your method if you don't mind! Thanks for sharing. Gwendolyn