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She Conquered… Alcohol Lift Ink

Hello crafty friends!! Please join me for a new challenge at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.  This week the challenge is

Anything Goes

We are showcasing Impression Obsession Products this week.  If you have any of these products, we’d love to see them used, but it’s certainly not a requirement to join the challenge. 

As always, the generous folks at Simon Says Stamp will be giving away a $50 voucher to one randomly selected winner to shop at the fabulous Simon Says Stamp Store.

I FINALLY experimented with the alcohol lift ink and I have to say I love it. What a cool medium this is. Not only is it really cool, but you get two cards out of it!!

For these two cards I used an Impression Obsession cling stamp named “She Conquered” and the beautiful woman image is called “Sydnee” by Picket Fence.

My first step was to create my alcohol inked background using a 5×7″ piece of Yupo paper. I didn’t use any blending solution or isopropyl alcohol at all. I simply used alcohol inks and a felt pad. The colors I used are Amethyst, Flamingo, Mermaid, Patina and then I went back in with some Raspberry and Stream. I used a mini applicator tool with a piece of felt to move the color around a bit and to get that really interesting cell-like affect.

Once I had the background complete, I cut it down to 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″. Then I moved on to stamping my image with the alcohol lift ink. I placed my yupo paper and “Sydnee” stamp in my Mini Misti and stamped the image with the Alcohol Lift Ink. Then I quickly removed the yupo paper and slipped in an A2 sized piece of Neenah Solar White 80 lb. card stock and stamped the image again, without re-inking it. This is just to transfer the alcohol ink that I just lifted onto another piece of card stock. There were a couple spots where the alcohol ink didn’t transfer, so I stamped the image once again. But first I made sure to clean “Sydnee” really well so that I wouldn’t transfer any alcohol ink onto my white ink pad. Then I repeated the same process. Now I have two pieces of paper with the same image on them.

This may sound a bit confusing, but it’s really not. If you’d rather see the process, I’ve included a process video at the end of this post. Or you can simply click here and I’ll take you right to it.

Next I used a template that I had made to cut my card front (or my yupo paper) so that I could fit both Sydnee and the sentiment on my card front. The alcohol inks I chose and this cool puzzle layout were both inspired by a video I watched on Jennifer McGuire’s YouTube channel.

Once I had my puzzle pieces cut, I heat embossed my sentiment with Ranger’s Magenta embossing powder. How perfect does this color match my background piece??

To finish this first card up, I glued black craft foam to the back of my puzzle pieces and adhered them to my card base. Lastly, I added a couple Metallic Silver Jewels by Pretty Pink Posh to add a little bling to my design.

Once this card was complete, I moved on to the transfer image on the Neenah 80 lb. card stock. I still had a strip of yupo paper that I didn’t use on the first card so I put the two together and stamped the sentiment using Distress Oxide Wilted Violet.

To spice it up a bit, I used a strip of 1/8″ scor-tape on the right side of my card and covered it with Distress Glitter in Vintage Platinum. I LOVE the color of this glitter. I had a piece of black and white chevron patterned paper in my stash so I used that as my background piece. Lastly I added a few Studio Katia’s Onyx Crystals for a little more bling. And just like that, I had two cards!!

Again, if you’d like to see the process, please scroll down where you’ll find my YouTube video.

  So now it’s YOUR turn, Happy Crafting!!    

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Picket Fence Studios BEAUTIFUL GIRLS…
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Impression Obsession Cling Stamp SHE…
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Tim Holtz ALCOHOL LIFT-INK PAD Ranger…
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink AMETHYST Ranger…
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink RASPBERRY…
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink MERMAID Ranger…
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink PATINA Ranger…
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink STREAM Ranger…
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Tim Holtz WHITE ALCOHOL INK YUPO…
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Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink MINI APPLICATOR…
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EK Success CRAFT TWEEZERS Precision…
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Tim Holtz Tonic GUILLOTINE COMFORT…
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Microfiber YELLOW Cleaning Cloth 924YE
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Simon Says Stamp Card Stock 100#…
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Ranger Embossing Powder MAGENTA EPJ36593
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MINI MISTI PRECISION STAMPER Stamping…
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EK Success POWDER TOOL Applicator…
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Simon Says Stamp Embossing Ink Pad…
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Simon Says Stamp Embossing 50 Pack…
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Precision Heat Embossing Tool Gun…
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Therm O Web Gina K Designs BLACK Foam…
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Ranger ADHESIVE FOAM BLACK IWT40507
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Tim Holtz Tonic Craft SHEARS 9.5…
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Tonic DELUXE ADHESIVE Nuvo Glue 200N
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Tombow MONO MULTI Liquid Glue Two…
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Scor-Pal MINI SCOR-BUDDY Scoring…
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Scor-Tape 1/8 Inch Crafting Tape
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Neenah Classic Crest 80 LB REAM…
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Neenah Classic Crest 80 LB SMOOTH…
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Xyron ADHESIVE ERASER 23675
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Marvy Uchida JEWEL PICKER Tool 91GRC
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Pretty Pink Posh METALLIC SILVER Jewels
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Craft Mates 2XL Lockables 14…
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Craft Mates LARGE STORAGE CASE…
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Simon Says Stamp LARGE GRID PAPER…
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Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad…
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Studio Katia ONYX Crystals SK2416
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Tim Holtz Distress Glitter Dust…
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5 thoughts on “She Conquered… Alcohol Lift Ink

  1. 2 gorgeous cards Misty! I love how you made 2 cards using the ‘spare’ ink ! the whole design of both of these is so striking and stunning! LOVE them 🙂

    hope you have a great week 🙂
    luv
    Lols x x x

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