top of page

Matching Stamps to Alcohol Inked Backgrounds

I made some Alcohol Inked Backgrounds to match stamps. To see the full tutorial click the link or watch the video below.

I used blue and green Alcohol Ink to make these ocean backgrounds. Then stamped and colored images with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. I die cut and stamped the sentiments. Then adhered everything together onto an A2 size card base.

For these cards I wanted it to look like a sunset. So I used yellow, orange and pink Alcohol Inks. I stamped the palm trees in black ink and die cut them. I finished the cards with die cut letters and sentiments.

I love the colors for these cards. Pink, yellow and green to match the pineapple and flower die cuts.

These birds are so colorful, so the backgrounds needed to be just as colorful. I used purple, orange, yellow and pink. Bold black letters on all these cards are striking.

These watermelon die cuts are perfect for the green and pink backgrounds. The bold sentiments really stand out on these cards.


MFT Gill friends stamp set:

MFT Toucan Do It Stamp set:

I think this set is retired, I can't find it.

Altenew Gradient Sunset Stamp set:


Lawn Fawn Happy Happy Happy stamp set:


SSS Fruit from the heart stamp set:

SSS Tiny words stamp set:

SSS Beautiful mermaids stamp set:


Spellbinders fruit salad die:

Spellbinders tropical pineapple die:

Pinkfresh Studios adore alpha die:

SSS Doll pink cardstock:

SSS Green leaf cardstock:

SSS Banana cardstock:

Lawn Fawn Ballet slippers cardstock:

Tim Holtz distress oxide ink gathered twigs:

Tim Holtz distress oxide ink lucky clover:

Tim Holtz distress oxide ink picked raspberry:

Tim Holtz distress oxide ink mowed lawn:

Copic Markers:

Black glaze pen:

White gelly roll pen:

Glitter gelly roll pen:

Tim Holtz alcohol ink Botanical:

Tim Holtz alcohol ink shell pink:

Tim Holtz alcohol ink pistachio:

Tim Holtz alcohol pearl ink enchanted, envy, sublime, villanious, intrigue, splendor, alchemy, tranquil, celestial:

Lawn Fawn glue tube:

Ranger white embossing powder:

Ranger detail blending tool:

Find Me:

Music By: Joe Petty


All opinions are my own. I use various companies products and I use what I like. There are some affiliated links above, it costs you nothing to use them but, it helps me to continue to create. Thank you for all your love and support. You are a blessing to me.



bottom of page