Alcohol Ink Backgrounds With Altenew Marker Re-Inkers

By | 15 October, 2019

Here is one more quick card to share with you using the Altenew Artist Marker Re-Inkers on Yupo paper.

I used some rubbing alcohol, the Ruby Red, Warm Sunshine, and Desert Night reinkers on the Yupo paper and dabbed the excess off with a microfiber cloth.  This gave some fun texture.

Once this dried, I used the Atlenew Bubble Wrap stencil and a Tim Holtz foam blender with rubbing alcohol to stencil a small section of the paper.

Quick and fun technique.

I picked a couple of small squares to work with this week’s Paper Craft Crew sketch.  I added a scrap of patterned paper, some sequins and a couple sentiment strips from Tim Holtz Idea-ology line of products.

Altenew alcohol re-inkers for card backgrounds with stencil technique

I really like how the card came out.  These backgrounds never come out the same way twice.  I had a lot of fun experimenting with the microfiber cloth and the stencil to see what kind of effect I could actually get.

I love it!  Perfect for a mixed media journal or a scrapbook background.  It’s on my future project list.

Those sentiment strips made for a quick card as well and they worked perfectly with this week’s Paper Craft Crew Sketch.Altenew alcohol re-inkers for card backgrounds with stencil technique

 

I am adding this card to Virginia Lu’s October Show & Share on her blog at Yes, Virginia.  Stop by and give participants some comment love.

Don’t forget to check out yesterday’s card using the same technique and a whole different layout!

 

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I hope you enjoyed the card.  I would love to know what you think of the technique!

2 thoughts on “Alcohol Ink Backgrounds With Altenew Marker Re-Inkers

  1. Virginia Lu

    Absolutely love the colors you have achieved with the refill Inks! The look is so organic and artsy! So glad that you join the fun with my “Show & Share”! WONDERFUL job, Kim! Thank you for your support!

    Reply
    1. kim Post author

      Thank you Virginia! Those alcohol inks are amazing! Thank you for hosting the Show & Share!

      Reply

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