|Postcard version! I used grey Sharpie on the back to draw the lines for the address. |
That is one good thing about this alcohol ink paper-- very little of the ink bled through.
|At an angle... the Snow Cap mixative adds a mica-like faceted illusion. Very cool. Very geologic.|
I picked up these stamps by Jillibean on an endcap at Micheal's two weeks ago... cheap! Couldn't resist.
Supplies and notes:
- Jillibean stamps inked with Tim's Mixed Media ink in Hickory Smoke (postcard) and Archival in Jet Black (card version)
- Adirondack alcohol inks in Sunshine Yellow, Butterscotch, and Snow Cap mixative
- I used Ranger alcohol ink paper for both of these... I bought it the same day I bought the stamps. I am not "way into it"... I guess I need to play with it more. I mean, it's thick and the ink doesn't go right through, but I felt like it impeded some of the "traveling" that alcohol ink does on other surfaces.
- For the card-version, I edged the panel with Versamark and heat embossed with Black Recollections
- The card version has DCWV paper from the "Hey Sailor" stack in the background
I'll share this at Inkspirational's current challenge:
|Nothin' says "chill" like a cocktail!|