Alcohol Inks Free Virtual Card Classes Techniques Videos

*Video: Lift Ink Pad and Refill Techniques

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Hopefully by now you know about Justine Hovey and myself new endeavor, FREE  monthly LIVE Virtual card classes. To learn more about it, head to this post.

We had our first live class this past Thursday and we had so much fun.  We featured techniques using the Alcohol Lift ink pad and refill/reinker. Join the Facebook group by clicking HERE! The replay is available there.  Our next class will be announced shortly.

As part of our free class:

  • we will post live on Facebook at a scheduled and create our projects together
  • keep all replays available for rewatch
  • Post a regular video tutorial on our youtube channels.  We based the cards we made LIVE in class off the cards we made for our youtube channel.

That brings me to today’s post!  3 cards using the Alcohol Lift ink and refill techniques!

A complete supply list is linked at the end of this post. You can also click HERE to see it. You don’t need all these supplies. To create projects using our techniques, you’ll need: Alcohol Inks, Alcohol Lift Inkpad and Yupo paper (special paper that works brilliantly with Alcohol Inks), and Isopropyl Alcohol (from any drugstore, supermarket, etc)

You can watch the video by clicking HERE!  Please subscribe and like the video!

A few close ups of my cards with the technique listed underneath the photo:

Stencil Lifting with refill



Bokeh Background with Reinker


Ink Lifting and Transfer

I lifted the ink from the first card and transferred it over to the second.

Be sure to watch the video to see exactly how I made these cards! And I hope you’ll join the Free Virtual Card Classes group where the next class will be announced. Remember, it’s completely FREE! 🙂

These are the cards I made in the LIVE class.

Supplies used:

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1 Comment

  1. Maureen Reiss says:

    Super cool cards!!

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