Learn how you can stamp on an Alcohol Inked background in today’s video tutorial. This is Video 2 in my Alcohol Ink video series over on my youtube channel. Let’s take a look at the video so you can see how I made this. You can head over to my youtube channel and watch it in HD by clicking HERE. And if you aren’t a subscriber, I’d love it if you would subscribe by clicking HERE. The exact supplies used are linked below!
I am working on Yupo paper, which is a very slippery paper but perfect for alcohol inks. In the video, I share how I fixed a mistake when stamping onto the Yupo (the stamp slipped, ack…) I also misspoke in the video. The stamp set is from Concord & 9th!!! (I said Altenew in the video, sorry about that – hang head in shame). I always want to mention when working with alcohol inks, work in a well-ventilated area!!!! This is a MUST.
See? You can’t tell my image slipped when stamping can you? Yup. Thank you, Brutus Monroe embossing powder….. The Alcohol Inks I am using are the Jacquard Alcohol Inks, the Pinata Exciter Pack. I love the bright, bold colors in this pack and the alcohol inks seem to be a wee bit thicker than some other brands. I am also using Patina Alcohol Ink from Ranger because the color is teal and hello, you know I love me some teal. You really can’t go wrong with either brand.
So there you have it! Video 2 in my alcohol inks series. I have such fun things and ideas in store for my video series. I already have my next one filmed, just need to do some editing. Think gilding flakes! Yep 🙂