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Blog Blitz Alcohol Inked Greenhouse
by Nancy Penir

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Hi everyone! Are you ready for a Spring Blog Blitz? Lots of new stamps and dies, and plenty of fun techniques from the designers.

Today I have the Greenhouse Potted Plants Sidekick Frame & Stencil to show you. And I've done a card with all alcohol inks die cuts. 

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Alcohol Inks are a fantastic way to add pizzaz to your project. They react with Yupo paper, a shiny surfaced paper, and blending solution to get a wildly colorful, rather agate like pattern, fun result. Here's one way to play with them. First I squirted my blending solution on my yupo paper. Notice it gets messy so protect your surface. Gloves are optional. 

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Next up I added my colors. No rhyme or reason, for this technique just go for it. 

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I then sandwiched a clean piece of yupo paper over my saturated sheet, in a schmooched way, pressing without moving either sheet. The result is a magical blend of wild color!

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Ok, friends, this was way too much fun! As you can see, I played with all color combos. And here's what I did with them:

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A birthday card for someone who loves potted and potting plants! Now there's a stencil that is included with this die. I can't wait to use it too.

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This fabulous die and stencil set is the giveaway to one lucky person. Don't forget to leave a comment today and on each of the blog blitz days for a chance to win. Best of luck to you, and thanks for sticking with me through my little tutorial on alcohol inking. By the way, there are fabulous you tube videos to entice you to trying these inks. 

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The new release is in the store, and the blog blitz runs from Mar. 2nd - the 14th. You have until the 17th to comment. The winners will be announced on the 19th. AND here's a 2nd way for you and a friend you choose to win... Visit us on Instagram, follow us, like the post you want to win, leave a comment and tag a friend. It's that easy!

Other dies I've included are listed below. Have a great week, and hope you enjoy the blitz!

Nancy Floral Signature copy

 

 

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Comments

Wow Nancy, what a beautiful scene you've created!

Woow a very colorful card, thanks for the very nice cute backgrounds you have created !!!

I love your use of this die with your wonderful backgrounds!

Love the idea of having both a die and stencil to work with. And I really need to try some alcohol inks. The results always look so intriguing. Your card is gorgeous--love the bright, happy colors!

Gorgeous inking on
the backgrounds and
love the frame!
Carla from Utah

Very cool technique in getting the most out of your ink/paper! Looks fantastic.

What a lovely scene! Love the colors :D

So much fun! And a card that would brighten anyone's day!

I love this, it is awesome!

This is such a wonderful die for so many projects and I love how you used alcohol inks to add loads of color!

Oooh, loving your colorful backgrounds and this is making me want to pull out my alcohol inks to play! Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful die and stencil

Your alcohol ink backgrounds are all gorgeous. The mostly blue one is perfect behind the Greenhouse die cut. You made a wonderful card!

Beautiful card. What a great die, I love all the detail. xx

Oh my, these greenhouse dies are fabulous!! I adore Nancy's beautiful and colorful card!!

Gorgeous card!!! Love the colors!!!

Well this is just spectacular! This die set is fabulous and I love your ink tutorial!

Hi Love the colourful
card it is beautiful.

Beautiful! Love this die and stencil. I loved seeing this today as it reminds me of spring. TFS!

This is just a lovely die set and would be fun to combine with flower dies for a pretty spring card design.

wow... what a gorgeous card! super fun die!

I love this die. I think it would be fun to color in any medium. Have been playing with water color pencils and this die would be perfect!

Love this die. Perfect for coloring with any variety of media.

Awesome colors

Thanks for the tutorial, I haven’t used alcohol inks before so now I’m excited to use them.

Love the die. It's perfect for coloring with any medium.

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