Monday, May 24, 2010

Alcohol Inks 202 Returns!

These are the four cards for the Alcohol Inks 202 Class on Sunday, June 13 (3-5pm) and Thursday, June 17 (6-8pm). The techniques are all different from the Alcohol Ink 101 Class. I apologize for the quality of the photos - I'm still trying to figure out this digital camera thing - love the technology, hate the technology! I have listed the colors of Alcohol Inks used for each card.

The flourish/leaf is a Studio 490 Stamp and the flower is a Teresa Collins stamp. Both are from Stampers Anonymous. The inks are Sailboat Blue, Silver, Purple Twilight and Bottle.

This is actually a black card with the panels matted in pink and then onto the card. Again, it is a Studio 490 stamp. The monoprint is done in Terra Cotta, Red Pepper, Wild Plum and gold.

Both of these are Tim Holtz stamps from Stampers Anonymous. The Eiffel Tower is stamped in jet black Archival ink and the Paris is stamped in olive Archival ink. The gradated agate technique is done in Bottle, Meadow, Lettuce and Citrus.

The ATC card is a Tim Holtz stamp and the Thank You is a Studio 490 stamp, both from Stampers Anonymous. The crow border is by Lost Coast Designs. The acetate is colored with Sunshine Yellow, Bottle, Sailboat Blue and Shell Pink. The backgound is Bottle, Sailboat Blue and the Sunshine Yellow.

1 comment:

  1. March 13th I was excited to participate in the 1st Alcohol Ink class and enjoyed it tremendously and learned great techniques. Over the years, I have taken many craft classes and found this one to be so hands on and well prepared and thought out that I would vote it the best I've attended. Can't wait to participate in another one learning yet more inspirational info. Thanks, Nonnie.