Friday, May 03, 2019

Floral Frenzy Blog Hop with Scrap'n Stamp

Welcome to this month's Floral Frenzy blog hop hosted by Scrap'n Stamp.
Being May we thought you might enjoy seeing some flowers and the design team is ready to share their creations.

This month we have a prize of a $50.00 gift card to the store, so be sure to leave your comments on the designers cards as you go through the hop. You can find the links below.

I was in the mood for alcohol inks for my cards today. Mostly due to their brilliant colours.
For this card I am using this wonderful image from My Favorite Things called Beautiful Blooms, along with Yupo paper and alcohol inks in Raspberry, Sunset Orange and Sunshine Yellow. I added dots of ink along the edge of a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and ran the edge across my card panel, then added more ink and did it again. I then added drops of the blending solution to the edge of the sponge and touched it to the surface to get this cool design around the card. 
Using the Alcohol Lift-It ink pad I stamped the images to the card front, buffed it to get a good impression, then went over the stamped lines with my Uni-Posca Pen, which gives it this brilliant white finish. 
One that was complete I attached the panel to my card base. I then tore off a strip of vellum and with Versamark ink stamped my sentiment and heat embossed with the bright pink embossing powder, attaching with vellum tape. To finish I added a few drops of Rosewater Nuvo Crystal Drops.
For my second card I again used alcohol inks and the beautiful Peony from Picket Fence Studios. Blue was the colour of choice for this card, using alcohol inks in aqua, sailboat blue, stonewashed and indigo, along with the alcohol ink blending solution. 
I let it dry slightly, then added the deco foil in gold. For the flower in my Misti I stamped the image at least 5 times to get a very good impression on the alcohol ink background.
I then matted the piece with the glitter card stock using the Be Creative Tape to ensure good contact, then attached to my card base. It is a simple card, but I think very pretty. 

Next up is Laurie. A complete list of the hop follows.

Tara
Dawn
Susan
Nancy F
Deborah
Kia
Laurie
Chala
Nancy
Jessica

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18 comments :

  1. Kia, your bkgs are simply AWESOME!

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  2. Wow - two gorgeous cards, Kia! I love alcohol inks as well - the colours are so gorgeous. I never would've thought to use a Magic Eraser to add inks to my card - brilliant! :)

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  3. Gorgeous cards. Love the alcool inks backgrounds. Thanks for sharing. Johanne Lacombe

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  4. WOW! your backgrounds are STUNNING! I have to try alcohol inks! Great colors!

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  5. I love the backgrounds you created... especially those blues!

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  6. those backgrounds are fantastic Kia! So pretty

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  7. Your card made with the deep blue was awesome. Thanks for sharing your cards.

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  8. The vivid colors of the alcohol backgrounds make both of these cards very eye catching! The vellum Sentiment on the first one is great and the gold glitter mat on the second really is a wonderful addition to the blue!

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  9. Your cards are gorgeous! thanks for sharing!

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  10. Beautiful cards! The backgrounds turned out awesome!

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  11. Beautiful cards! Love the backgrounds.

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  12. Both cards are absolutely gorgeous, Kia! A Mr. Clean Magic Eraser for alcohol ink projects!? I would have never thought of it. Thanks for your inspiration! The AI effect is wonderful and I love the torn vellum sentiment strip. The gold foiling and the glitter matting are a wonderful touch!
    Hideko xx

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  13. Beautiful floral designs and backgrounds! Lovely cards!

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  14. Wow, wow, wow!! TOTALLY gorgeous backgrounds!!! I would never have thought to use a magic eraser. You are a GENIUS!

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  15. Beautiful background. I love the roses.

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  16. Beautiful cards and backgrounds.
    Thanks for sharing...

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  17. Love that the alcohol ink backgrounds are still visible, they are so showy.

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  18. Love the stamps & use of alcohol inks!

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