Saturday, May 9, 2009

Wacky Wednesday #10 Favorite Technique

Rubbernecker Stamps has another Wacky Wednesday challenge; use your favorite technique! There are several techniques I enjoy using, but someone, dear to me, really likes Tim Holtz's Adirondack®Alcohol Inks, so am submitting this card for the challenge. The flowers were cut, and edged with a gold pen, using a template from MissCutiePieGoes80s; you'll want to check out her great blog. The "petals" were stacked with a small pop dot in between for dimension. I made a conscious effort to make a card that isn't "accessorized" with black; it really took some effort, too :-D The doodle parts, "fake leaves", were embossed with the same folder used for the Berry Sorbet cs. Although it's difficult to see in the picture, a pearl alcohol ink was added for some shimmer. I like all the metallic inks!

Thanks for the visit today; hope you decide to return soon!

Stamps: None
Ink: Tim Holtz's Adirondack Alcohol Inks
Paper: Select White, Berry Sorbet (Papertrey Ink), River Rock (SU!)
Misc: Ribbon, floral template, gold pen, CB ef, Doodle parts dies (Spellbinders), ribbon pearls, half pearls, Berry Sorbet ribbon (PTI), corner punch (SU!), pop dots


Tex said...

I'm with you! I enjoy the metallics & alcohol inks as well. What a great technique for this blossom! Thanks for playing in the Wacky Wednesday challenge! Good luck!


Sherry Cheever said...

Oh wow Gigi. I love the way you've done the background. Sometimes that look is perfect for the card and this time it is!

Juliana said...

I haven't tried the Alcohol Inks, but this makes me want to try them!!

I love the flower!
Wonderful card!!