Hello my crafty friends! I’m excited to be joining Simon Says Stamp in Day 2 of the DieCember® release blog hop. I have a fun technique to share with you today that I’ve been wanting to try! That technique is alcohol inks on acetate to create these gorgeous windows.
I have a video that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
This technique is one I’ve seen Jennifer McGuire do and it’s been on my to-try list for some time. It’s using Acetate instead of Yupo paper to create backgrounds with alcohol ink. It creates a very whimsical and ethereal look.
Since I go through everything in the video, I will briefly go over the supplies used.
I used one of my alcohol ink background to create this window in the center.
I was tempted to add an embossing folder behind the die cut but decided to just let this be center stage.
Next we have some gorgeous deep wine red. I saved some of this background and plan on using it with the Wine Glass that was just recently released.
Instead, I created a full panel window and framed it using the Rectangle Infinity die.
These give such stunning results to highlight your die cuts.
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