How to make an alcohol ink background and add stamps to make a beautiful ocean card. You can click here or watch below to see how this card came together. I hope you enjoy! Happy 45 years to Hero Arts!!
I started these cards by making the alcohol inked backgrounds on Yupo paper and trimming them to A2 size. I love making the backgrounds, something about it is very freeing.
Using the Misti stamp tool, I stamped my underwater images from Hero Arts and heat embossed those with gold embossing powder. I then cut them out using the coordinating dies. I adhered them to my alcohol inked background and stamped the sentiment from SSS.
I adhered that to an A2 size card base.
For this background, I trimmed it into different sized pieces and then glued them in order. I spaced them farther apart as I moved to the left. I used a simple sentiment from Altenew and popped that up on foam tape. Then I glued that to an A2 size card base.
**Supplies are listed below**
Hero Arts March Card kit stamps and dies
SSS tiny words stamp:
Altenew Painted butterflies:
Tim Holtz yupo paper:
Neenah classic crest solar white cardstock:
SSS clear embossing ink:
SSS intense black ink:
SSS ultra fine antique gold embossing powder:
Jacquard pinata color alcohol brass:
Camera air puffer:
Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Sandal:
Tim Holtz alcohol ink aqua:
Tim Holtz alcohol ink mermaid:
Tim Holtz alcohol ink turquoise:
Tim Holtz alcohol ink stream:
Tim Holtz blending solution:
Misti precision stamp tool:
Tim Holtz glass media mat:
Tim Holtz paper trimmer:
Music By: Joe Petty
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