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New England Stamper: Time Flies

January 25, 2010

Time Flies

Seriously, where has January gone? I've wanted to play the Gingersnaps Time challenge all month and now it's almost over. Yikes! But I managed to make it in time.

Time Flies

The technique I used to create the main image is a TJ technique called Alcohol Ink Press (April/May 07). I'm not a huge fan of alcohol inks, but every once in a while I get out my box and play. And this was super easy to do.

I stamped the Non Sequitur image on a piece of acetate with Stazon ink. Then I flipped over the acetate, poured a little blending solution on it and added several drops of alcohol ink. I placed another piece of acetate over the top and pushed it around with my finger tips. Once it was dry, I mounted it onto a piece of white c/stock.

Some dry embossed c/stock add texture to the card base and I added some embossed butterflies over the stamped butterflies for a little punch.

You have until the end of the month to play the challenge - why not give it a try?

Thanks for visiting!


Supplies:

  • Stamps: Time & Space (Non Sequitur)
  • Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black, Tempting Turquoise & Acetate
  • Ink: black Stazon, white craft ink, Alcohol inks & blending solution
  • Accessories: white satin ribbon (SU), black brads (American Crafts)
  • Tools: Big Shot, script embossing folder, Beautiful Wings Embosslit (SU)

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7 Comments:

Anonymous Martha said...

I love your card! What a wonderful collage stamp from Non Sequitur. I have a stamp which is just the background clocks. Makes me want to pull it out and play. Thank you for sharing!

January 25, 2010 at 2:30 PM  
Anonymous JeanFB said...

Love the effect you got here with the alcohol inks on acetate!! Also love the paneled embossed background - lovely idea!

January 25, 2010 at 3:39 PM  
Anonymous Mari said...

Beautiful! I'll have to pull out my older issues & see if I can give it a go!

January 25, 2010 at 10:52 PM  
Anonymous Pat B said...

Oh, this is fantastic Ali. I'll have to give that technique a try. Looks great with this collage stamp!

January 25, 2010 at 11:58 PM  
Anonymous debby said...

Beautiful! I love alcohol inks because they can be quick and effective. I love how you embossed the cs. My brain can't wrap around how you did it though :-/

January 26, 2010 at 1:05 AM  
Anonymous Suzie Hayward said...

Love your card and how you added the color in such a sutle way. The DT at GC has such talented ladies, I always look forward to their next piece of art.

January 26, 2010 at 4:13 AM  
Anonymous Connie Paxman said...

Saw your card on TJ and came to your blog..you have beautiful work...I love this technique and how you achieved such nice soft colors..
the white Dry embossing really gives elegance to your card.
connie paxman

January 27, 2010 at 10:28 AM  

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