Friday, April 17, 2015

STAMPlorations inspiration #13



Hello.

It's time for some more inspiration from the girls at STAMPlorations. 

Remember, we'd love for you to join us in our Inspiration Playground with a CASE of one of the many cards that we share with you throughout the month on the STAMPlorations blog. You can find the linkup for April's Playground here.

Maybe you want to get oh-so-inky and give this new-to-me technique a try?

Alcohol inks and acetate. But probably not the way you're thinking. I was intrigued when I saw Tammy T. trap the ink between two pieces of acetate, creating the look of liquid in a bottle. Are you intrigued yet? There is a wonderful tutorial for this technique on her blog.

This time around the DT is pulling out some of the older stamp sets. I chose Bloom Sketches Daisy 2 (with a sentiment is from Daisy 1). The angle on this bloom is just perfect and so realistic. Agree? I had to use it to go with my realistic water in the jar!


All my bloom needed in addition was a stem, a table to sit on and a bit of color to its center! I must admit this technique is amazingly cool. Captivating.

FYI, the alcohol ink eventually dries out, so be sure to mail it while it's still purty :)

I'm hooking up at these challenges:

Muse #113 - loved Michele's blues and stylized blooms and watery looking background


Addicted to Stamps and More #140 - keeping it simple with flowers on a wooden table I am


House of Cards April Challenge - Is that not a cool photo? My card doesn't have the butterflies (I nearly put a tiny red punched one on, but it didn't fit the bill) but does have the vibrancy.



Shopping our Stash - Lost and Found - My alcohol inks had been neglected far too long!

Thanks for looking. Have a wonderful weekend.

31 comments:

  1. Whoa!! Amazing technique...yes well, I am intrigued! Awesome! :)

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  2. Boa - what an effect!!! Love it - have to try that - looked at the tutorial, but could not find a way to comment - probably my screwed up work computer...

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  3. What a cool technique and card! Love it!

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  4. Lovely card! I adore the fun jar--it looks amazing! Thanks for joining us at House of Cards! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  5. This is absolutely amazing! I love how it really does look like liquid in a bottle! So glad you joined us at Muse this week!

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  6. Awesome card!!! Wondered how you created this beautiful jar, it looks like glass ... amazing! xxx

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  7. Very cool technique!! Thanks for sharing Maria. xx

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  8. OH MY! This is gorgeous - what a fun technique! Thanks for the link -- it looks so amazing on your card!!

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  9. WOW! This is amazing, Maria! What a beautiful design and awesome technique! Thanks so much for the link! So happy you could join us at ATSM with this beauty!

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  10. LOVE!! Gorgeous card, cool technique, Maria!

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  11. Awesome card, great interpretation of the picture, thank you for playing with us at ATSM.

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  12. das sieht ja mal wieder Hammerg**l aus !!!
    eine wunderbare Technik für dieses Projekt,
    muss mir sofort das Tutorial ansehen
    Danke für den Tipp
    LG hellerlittle

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  13. Your card is so pretty Maria and I love the design! Thanks for joining us this week at ATSM xx

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  14. Maria you've used my favorite daisy image on your card.. I'll be exploring this technique, for sure! So happy to have you sharing your creation with Muse this week!
    =] Michele

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  15. Wow! That technique is incredible! Looks amazing and adds such a mixed media feel to your card. Wish I could squidge it. 😄 absolutely love that gerbera you used too!!

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  16. Hola Maria, what great and effective technique!!!, thank you for share the link, is stunning the colour and the liquid effect, beautiful your gerbera too. great work.
    Hugs from Palma de Mallorca

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  17. Stunning effect :) looks like real glass !!

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  18. I am kissing all over this! I LOVE doing alcohol on glossy paper ... oops, I meant to say alcohol INKS on glossy paper, but I've never tried them on acetate. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Maria! This is extraordinary!! Hugs, Darnell

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  19. OMG!…what an awesome technique! It looks so real!!!! Fab card!

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  20. Beautiful card with an awesome technique!
    Thanks for joining us at House of Cards!
    Lilian
    theleafstudio.blogspot.com

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  21. Really gorgeous card, Maria! Beautiful water coloring and your design is stunning!

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  22. Lovely! I can't wait to go read about this technique!

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  23. WOW! What a fantastic card! Thanks for sharing the link to the technique - I'm off to check it out now .

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  24. This is the coolest technique ever!! Its like science and craftiness mixed together. What an amazing effect you have with the jar. I watched the tutorial, so might have to tuck it away for an experiment one day....Gorgeous, gorgeous card!!

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  25. Wow!! Stunning card! Love the jar!! Thanks for playing along with us at Addicted to Stamps and More!!

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  26. AHmazing! Thanks for accepting the Lost and Found Challenge here at Shopping Our Stash!
    Hugz,
    Chana, DT

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  27. OH MY, Maria, I love...love...this beauty!
    Every detail is just perfect.
    I'll have to check out Tammy's tutorial.

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  28. Wow! This is amazing, Maria ... that watery jar is fantastic ... and yes, the daisy is perfect in it! Anita :)

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  29. What an amazing idea for creating a liquid look! This is SO great. Hadn't you written that you've used alcohol inks I'd have bet you'd die-cut the vase from an ice pack.

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  30. Thanks for playing along with the challenge at House of Cards

    DT Merethe HOC 2015

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