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STAMPlorations Inspiration #86

Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!


My stamp supplies:
birthday-worddieSheryRuss_PartyTime-web-preview
Cutplorations birthday die, Party Time

I played around with alcohol inks on Yupo paper, just dropping different colors and watch them do their thing. Its pretty cool and super simple! Added additional droplets of blending solution to some of the areas of color. The BIRTHDAY I cut with fun foam and the rest of the sentimtnt is heat embossed. Added some sequins.



At our  Inspiration Project posts have a monthly random drawing - 1 commenter wins a $10 gift certificate. So look at all those fabulous cards the Inspiration Girls made and leave them some love! It may pay off :)

Linking up with:
Becca's 30th Birthday Bash - Happy birthday Becca!!!
Virginia’s View Challenge #22 - all about colors
AAA card challenge - stash favorite - alcohol inks (with such results, how can it not be my favorite!)
30 day coloring challenge - day 8 for me

   


Happy Stamping!

Comments

Mac Mable said…
Those alcohol inks are so vibrant and eye catching. Must give them a go! Fun colours and the perfect background for the sentiments x
The Paper Layer said…
I really love the color explosion! Beautiful.
Kim M said…
This is awesome! I love the way the alcohol ink looks. I'm going to have to investigate this Yupo paper. Fantastic card!
conil said…
Well, if this isn't a feast for the eyes, I don't know what is. That AWESOME background looks perfect with this amazing diecut. Going to have to try that Yupo and get out my very old alcohol inks.
Craftyfield said…
Love this vibrant colours background! Absolutely itching to try...
I wonder if this would still qualify as CAS?
Melissa L. said…
Love it, Cornelia! I have not used alcohol inks before. You make me want to try them! That die cut! I've ordered it! Yay! thanks for playing along at AAA Cards.
I love the wonderful bright colors for your background. This is so cheery!
Jane said…
WOW! I love how those alcohol inks look, totally cool effect. Stunnning card. Thanks for sharing at AAA Cards.
Glennis F said…
This is stunning! I have just bought some yupo so I will give this a try
Vicki Dutcher said…
Totally loving the look of this -- Have to say I have never heard of yupo paper
Ruth said…
This is absolutely gorgeous!! I have seen a few people play with alcohol inks and it looks so spontaneous. I love the idea of just watching it flow. Xx
Becca Cruger said…
You need to stop playing with alcohol inks because I have thus far managed to resist them but all your pretty creations make me want to purchase one of every color. This. is. GORGEOUS!!!! Thank you for helping me celebrate my 30th birthday!!!
nancy littrell said…
OMG Cornelia...I was instantly attracted to and inspired by your alcohol ink background on Yupo paper :-) I love how you kept your card CAS and added your sequins and die cut Birthday. I have that die now and now need the stamp set. They work so well together. TFS my friend. Hugs, Nancy
Suchi said…
Seeing your alcohol ink cards, I remembered that I had been hoarding my alcohol ink sheets for a long time! Got them into making a card now! Can enter for CASEplorations I guess! ;)
Suchi xx
Karren said…
Love this! What a wow card you've created!
Flo said…
Auch diese Karte ist wieder klasse.
Welches Fabrikat sind denn diese Farben??? Und braucht man unbedingt dieses Papier, das du verwendest?
Liebe Grüße
Aileen said…
OMG Cornelia what a stunning card. Your play with alcohol inks is wonderful and I LOVE that Birthday word die with the inks. Suits perfectly. I went to purchase and took too long, now sold out, have to wait for the next order.

I love how you how you got all that colouring in such a small space and it didnt turn to mud.
What am amazing card! I love alcohol inks but I don't have the colours you have and your card really makes me want to buy more, cause its so beautiful! I also just received the same die from Shery so I'm dying to use it too!
Bobby said…
You're doing great thinks with those inks, Cornelia.
Kim Heggins said…
Look at you go...another stunning creation using your inks! Stunning.
Craft-E-Place said…
Such a vibrant fun card, I love it!
Elaine
Toni said…
Again so amazing! I saw new Adirondack alcohol inks release that are calling my name
Rushd Lady said…
Congrats on being featured on Kathy's 30 day Coloring Challenge! Your colors are so vibrant! Have a colorful day! =0)
Love that color interaction. Looks awesome!
Kathy said…
The inks you chose blended perfectly. Such a jewel toned creation. This card is impressive.Thank you for being part of The Daily Marker/ 30 Day Coloring Challenge :)

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