2021/07/07

Thinking of You When I Made This Card – Alcohol Ink Lift with Stencil on Vellum

 


Edited on 7/19/2021

I’m thrilled that this card was chosen as a Team Pick by Tic Tac Toe Challenge again. Thanks, DTs.

 

Hi Artsy Friend,

It’s time to play along with Happy Little Stampers Stencil Challenge again. The July Challenge Theme is once again Anything Goes. 

This month I challenged myself to play with Alcohol Ink Lift with Stencil on Vellum. I’ve wanted to try this technique for a long time and I’m glad I finally made it. The result is not bad. Hope my card is inspirational to you. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day ahead.

Card details

1. Apply several Alcohol Inks on vellum. 

2. Use felt applicator to apply Alcohol Lift Ink Reinker, then dab over the stencil (Simon Says Stamp) to remove some of the alcohol inks.             

3. Die cut a heart (Altenew) from the alcohol ink lift vellum.

4. Die cut the Daisy Square (Simon Says Stamp) from a white scrap, and cut out the daisy part.

5. Adhere the daisy on the alcohol ink lift heart.

6. Apply Nuvo Glimmer Paste over Warp Speed Stencil (Altenew) on a white card panel.

7. Stamp sentiment (Simon Says Stamp) in black on a white scrap, mount to a black panel.

8. Assemble the heart and sentiment on card panel as shown.

I’d like to enter my card to the following challenges.

Challenges Entered

     

I have die cut/flower/heart on my card.

I did not play with optional Pastel.


29 comments:

  1. such a pretty card - I have the supplies to do alcohol lift - I should try
    Barb Housner

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    1. Hi Barb, thanks for stopping by. Yes, please give it a try. It's so much fun!
      Helen

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  2. Gorgeous! I really do need to try alcohol inks on vellum. And using lift ink through the stencil - genius! Beautiful card.

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    1. Hi Lindsey, thanks for dropping me such sweet note. Yes, please give it a try. It's so much fun!
      Helen

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  3. This card is so gorgeous! I love the textured background. And the stenciled heart looks great. Thanks for the great pictorial too.

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    1. Hi Nandini, thanks for stopping by. Your compliments made my day!

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  4. What a striking card, love the stencilled vellum, gorgeous colours, Cathy x

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    1. Hi Cathy, thanks for dropping me such a sweet note. Happy stamping and have a great day.

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  5. This is beautiful, Helen! Love how lifting through the stencil left that pretty pattern! The daisy is beautiful on this! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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    1. Hi Bonnie, CAS Mix Up Challenges have always given me inspirations even though I don't participate on a monthly basis. I'm glad I made it this time. Thanks so much for your sweet note.

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  6. How pretty!! Great job with that alcohol ink background! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

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    1. Hi Heather, thanks for dropping me such a sweet note. So glad you like my card. Have a great day.

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  7. What a beautiful card, I love that inky heart! Thanks so much for joining us at Sparkles Monthly.
    Tammy x

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    1. Hi Tammy, thanks for stopping by and the sweet note.
      Helen

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  8. This is just beautiful Helen! Thank you for the tutorial - I really enjoyed reading how you put your card together and it reminds me I definitely don't use stencils enough! Thanks for sharing with us over at TicTacToe this week!

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    1. Hi Joanne, thanks so much for your compliments. You made my day.
      Please do give it a try. It's so much fun.
      Helen Liu

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  9. So amazing! I love all the wonderful details! Thanks so much for sharing at CAS Mix Up:)

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    1. Hi Jenny, thanks for stopping by and dropping me such a sweet note. I'm so glad you like my card.
      Have a great day.
      Helen Liu

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  10. This is really pretty Helen. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation with us at Sparkles Monthly Challenges.

    Hugs
    Cathy DT Member
    xxxx

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  11. Lots of depth and texture you've created on your alcohol inked vellum. Using a stencil to achieve that lovely floral pattern was very clever, too. The paste rays add just enough sparkle to call attention to the heart's flower diecut. I particularly love that framed sentiment. It's a great addition to CAS Mix Up's gallery.

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  12. This is so pretty! Thanks for sharing the details with us! Thanks so much for joining us at The House That Stamps Built!

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  13. Beautiful alcohol ink lift on vellum die cut heart, Helen. Love how you attached the die cut flower and your stenciled sunburst background. So pleased you joined us at CAS Mix Up. Love and Hugs..Nancy

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  14. Wow, such a beautiful card! I love how you used the alcohol lift with the stencil for the heart pattern and the warp speed stencil with the glitter is stunning too - perfect 😁. Thanks so much for joining us at Country View Challenges! Hugs, Jo x

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  15. I love the ink on the vellum -- it is just stunning

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  16. WOW ... love this card Helen. Your alochol ink lift with a stencil has created the most beautiful heart panel. Love it with the white die-cut flower and gorgeous, shimmery background through another stencil. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  17. Hi Helen. I love this card!!! The alcohol ink heart is gorgeous!!! I love working with alcohol too. It's so interesting because it never comes out the same. And that's what we love about it, right???
    Thank you for playing with us at The Rainbow Card Challenge. Please come back next month for our August challenge. Can't wait to see what you create!!!
    Elena DT

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  18. So pretty and so cherry! the white background and accents really make the cherry color pop! Thanks for putting a cherry on top at The Rainbow Card Challenge!

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  19. It's so pretty, Helen. Thanks for joining us at The Rainbow Card Challenge and I hope we see you again soon.

    Hugs,
    Em, DT Co-ordinator

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  20. Beautiful card. Thank you for joining in with the Country View Crafts Challenge.

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