Alcohol Ink Blended Snowflake card | 12 Weeks of Christmas Week 12
Hello everyone and thank you so much for stopping by to check out my last Christmas card in my 12 weeks of Christmas Series. I hope you aren't getting tired of my snowflake cards lol. Let's jump right into how I made this card.
I have a 5 x 7-inch piece of Silver Sparkle Alcohol ink cardstock and I am using two colours of Tim Holtz Alcohol ink, Raspberry and Patina. I also used Blending Solution and 99% Isopropital Alcohol to help the ink move. It does take some patience to get a blend that you like but once you get there they can be so stunning. Once I had a background I like I set it aside to work on the snowflakes.
I have three snowflake dies from Simon Says Stamp the Lea, Grace, and Mandala. I cut out several of each as I wanted to layer them up to stand out more against my background. I also cut out two of the Grace snowflake die with white vellum to add a bit more dimension to my card. I layered up the snowflakes using small dabs of liquid glue so that I could move the pieces into place before they adhere.
Then I adhered my snowflakes down to my background and added a few gems to fill in some of the extra space. If you would like a more in-depth look at how I made this card please check out the video below, I also have a full supplies list below the video if you want to see exactly what I used. Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful holiday!!
Silver Sparkle Alcohol Ink Cardstock
Raspberry Alcohol Ink
Tim Holtz Patina Alcohol Ink
Tim Holtz Glass media mat
Tim Holtz paper trimmer
Alcohol Ink Air Blower
Alcohol Ink Tin
Tim Holtz Shears
Simon Says Stamp Lea Snowflake Die
Simon Says Stamp Grace Snowflake Die
Simon Says Stamp Mini Mandala Snowflake Die
Simon Says Stamp Craft Tacky Glue
Bazzill 40lb White Vellum
Neenah Solar White 80lb Cardstock
Tim Holtz Retractable Craft Pick
Pink Fresh Studio's Essential Gems
Studio Katia Embellishment Wand
Studio Katia Triangle Tray
Large Acrylic Block
Teflon Bone Folder
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