Thursday, April 16

alcohol ink flower...


Starting with a white card stock base card I took a piece of black card stock and ran it through the BigShot with Tim Holtz “Dot Matrix” embossing folder.
From this I trimmed out strips to add to the card front to match the sketch.
On glossy card stock I placed Distress alcohol inks limeade, red pepper, sunset orange and sunshine yellow.
Then I die cut the two flowers and leaves using Tim Holtz “Small Tattered Florals”.
These I glue dotted to the card front to match the sketch.
From a leftover icee of the black card stock I punched out the center using the Stampin’ Up 1/2” circle punch and applied it to the card.
To finish I used MFT Die-namics “Little Hello” dies and cut the background from the black card stock and the sentiment from the alcohol inked glossy card stock.




4 comments:

Tracy F said...

Beautiful card! I love the bright colors against the black and white! Thanks for joining us at Atlantic Hearts Sketches.

kiwimeskreations said...

Fabulous pops of vibrant colours against the black and white on this stunning card Arlene
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine

Brandi said...

The colours are so vibrant and are just wow! I love it! Thanks for playing along with Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge (AHSC).

Brandi R.
DT member AHSC
crzy4scrapbooking.blogspot.ca

Dena J said...

Love the rich colors with blank and white. And embossing dimension really makes this a stand out! Thank you for playing with us at Atlantic Hearts Sketch