(2017 c85) Ornaments with Alcohol Inks, Cuttlebug, Lawnfawn, Xcut
As I remenise on Christmases past, I guess my most memorable gift was when I was about 5 and my favorite auntie (who was a seamstress) gave me a little suitcase full of clothes she had made for my new baby doll that my Mom & Dad (oops Santa) gave me that year. I about wore that baby out changing her clothes!
The DIAMOND TREES Anna Griffin A2 embossing folder and Border by Cuttlebug is outdated and can be found on ebay & Amazon.
The sentiment and ornament toppers were cut from
The sentiment and ornament tops were cut from DCWV 6×6 Brights Glitter & Foil paper and the ornament shapes were cut from DCWV Shimmers Stack.
For The ornament inserts I started with 4 x 6 photo sheets by HP
and Applied scribbles of Ranger Alcohol Inks and then sprayed alcohol to blend. The strange thing with using photo paper instead of Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Yupo paper was that the ink really stained the original scribbles. On the first picture on the right I only used 1 color and as you can see the scribbles stained where they were applied even though the lighter color separated out and flowed with the alcohol spray. On the second sample I sprayed the photo paper with alcohol first and then applied and it flowed a little better. I used several colors on this one. I made many more pieces and you will see them in future cards.
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