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So Suzy Alcohol Ink butterflies

Hi Everyone,

this gorgeous butterfly is from the new So Suzy Stamps release. I was planning on turning it into a Monarch, but it did not quite work out that way.


My stamp supplies:

I made myself a mask and stamped on Yupo paper.

I heat embossed the butterflies with clear embossing powder.


Started to dolor them in with alcohol inks


Kept adding more, but some of the green moved outside the outlines. So I added more green on the outside, but in the end did not like it. 


 So I took a mini mister that I had filled with rubbing alcohol and spritzed it. I held the  paper upright, so the diluted ink started to run toward the bottom.
Kind of cool, I thought.


Wanted a bit more color, so I added pink splatters.


I heat embossed the sentiment onto some wood paper in white. Added it to the card with foam tape.
One tip: Be careful, when heat embossing Yupo - it is not paper, it is plastic and warps fairly quickly.


And looks what's coming up:

Happy Stamping!

 Linking up with:
AAA Cards - masking

Comments

Flo said…
Klasse!!! Auch diese Karte sieht wieder mal so aus, als hättest du damit Stunden zugebracht.
Liebe Grüße
Susanne Vargas said…
Interessant zu sehen, wie diese "artsy" Karte entstanden ist! Schaut cool aus!
conil said…
Oh my! Such a gorgeous bevy of butterflies and their dripping, which is delightful. Stunning card...you really know how to use those alcohol inks.
Mac Mable said…
So unique and glad you persevered with this stunning card. The pop of pink is so eye catching, as are those wonderful butterflies x
Cheryl said…
This card is so pretty and the way you used the alcohol inks is great! I just ordered my first alcohol inks and can't wait to use them especially after seeing your card. Thanks for playing with us at AAA Cards.
Cardsbymaaike said…
what a good save! and fabulous card. Thank you for playing with us at AAA cards.
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia ... such a beautiful kaleidoscope of butterflies ... love how they're lighting the world below them with their stunning colours! Hugs, Anita :)
Jane said…
That is a beautiful butterfly and your colours are quite spectacular. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.
Bobby said…
A case of lemons into lemonade, Cornelia. The running inks look fabulous behind the gorgeous butterflies.

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