Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Alcohol Ink Stained Glass Card

Hi bloggers!  Alcohol inks are often overlooked but they can create such beautiful backgrounds.  Easily used with the Stained Glass dies to create interesting effects, they should be given their due as they are very easy to use.

The finished dimensions are 7 3/4" x  8" in size.  All for now, Sue x
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Pam said...

Lovely card Sue, gorgeous stained glass card.
Sharon, hope your surgery went well and that you are not feeling too uncomfortable. Fingers crossed that all is good. Take it easy and rest.
Rosemary, I'm so sorry about your uncle , it has been a lot fir you to carry lately but stay strong my friend, thinking if you.
Denise, Max is a lovely strong name and is suitable for all ages. His name will grow with him. Enjoy your grandma cuddles they are the best.
Elaine, you must be worried about Mary, I hope she is feeling better soon, you be careful too, you have been through a lot.
Pat, more disappointment for Sarah and family from hospital. They never think about the impact on the patients.
Myra, happy holidays. You will miss the kids though, rest up till September.
Have a lovely day everyone.
Hugs to all, thinking of our poorly and missing friends.

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
A beautiful card Thank you.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

TDQ Karen said...

Beautiful card, I have lots of alcohol inks but only use them occasionally, this is tempting me back xx

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. Striking. Today's card is striking. The way your colour choice of inks enhances the subject of the stained glass is absolutely amazing and I look forward to watching your video when I can concentrate on a little while.
Not only was the trip to the Inner Farne Islands out of this world, the 'skipper' of the vessel I went on followed 2 pods of bottle nosed dolphins, what a fantastic sight, especially when a calf appeared alongside mummy dolphin ☺ a day I shall remember for a lifetime - wow.
The day is starting which means its getting closer to enjoying your tutorial. So I'll pass on my love n hugs to you and wish you a happy day from Rock xxx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, love this card, very striking colours. My stained glass dies are my current favourites. Off to watch the video, and get some inspiration to get my alcohol inks out for a change. Have a great day all. Bx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, I am so looking forward to seeing this video, I must admit I do struggle with these inks and I really want to get the lovely stained glass look to my cards, so hopefully I can achieve this.

Pam I reiterate all you have said above, special hugs to you my friend.

Stephanie what a wonderful sight to see, 2 pods of bottle nosed dolphins and one of them with babies, a lifetimes memories there.

Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

Patricia Youdell said...

Morning Sue
Great card.. It looks very dramatic, yet the die does all the work
Pat x

Debra K. said...

Fab card and video today Sue! Debra x

Maria Illsley said...

I Love the stained glass collection and this card shows the die of perfectly xxx

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue,
A beautiful cardlove the Stained Glass look
Catherine V94 xx

hazel young said...

Lovely card and technique Sue x xhazel

Karen Drew said...

Stunning card. Love the stained glass dies. Not thought of using them with the alcohol inks as a background
Karen xx

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Stunning card, love how you've created a beautiful sunset with the inks, a very informative video too.
Sharon, hope you are recovering and get good news. Rosemary, sorry for your loss.
Well I've made it, it's my last day at work today. Not sure how I feel because so much of who we are is wrapped up in what we do! Hugs to all. Sue xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, lovely bright card this morning. The alcohol ink colours are very striking.

Barbara V

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely card Sue.

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hollyberry said...

Stunning card, love the inky background.

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
Thank you for the tutorial and for reminding me of the beautiful backgrounds that alcohol inks can create; I plan to revisit my collection of inks very soon!
Beautiful card.x

Netty The Runner said...

Lovely card Sue, I will catch video later.
Annette x

Marion Scott said...

Stunning card Sue and great video.
Marion S x

val jones said...

Lovely card Sue. Love the bold colours.
Love Val in Spain xxx

PharmacyMichele said...

Lovely card-very striking colours.


Jan Sayer said...

Lovely effect on stained glass window.

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card. I love using alcohol inks. Every creation is unique. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Beautiful.

Karen M said...

Morning Sue
Stunning sunset card,must get my inks out again,
Thanks for video
Best wishes
Karen M

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card, great for the men.
B xx

Denise Bryant said...

Gorgeous colors! Love the dies you used too!

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful colours for this card.Love it.
Jan x

Suemac said...

A beautiful card for men and also for Autumn.

Chris Curry said...

Fabulous card Sue. I really like the stained glass window dies and the alcohol inks show this off so well. Thank you, have a good day. Xx

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Great to see alchohol inks again, not used them in ages. Thanks again for your advice yesterday which I have passed on. SueL x

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all

Fabulous card and what a great background. There are some alcohol inks here somewhere, really must have a bit of a hunt for them, you have enthused us.
Muriel x

Dragonsnap2 said...

Beautiful card. I'll definitely be looking at the video later because I've never tried using alcohol inks as a background and would love to give it a try.
Thoughts and prayers to all who need them.
Crafty hugs,
D xx

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Sue
Love the Stained Glass Dies they make such beautiful cards!
I will watch the Video now, so have a lovely day everyone!
Love Marg

Jan Jay said...

Hi Sue, what a beautiful card its stunning x

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Fabulous card I love the stained glass look, I enjoyed the video thanks for sharing.
Hugs x
Heather T

ethansnanna said...

Stunning card, Sue, will watch the
video later,

Doreen x

Ann said...

Good Morning Sue. Thank you for the brilliant video on how to use the alcohol inks background. I am only just getting to grips with the pixie powders, so I think I will get this right before starting with the inks. But the video has put the idea in my head for when I am ready for a new technique. Wonderful card Sue. Kind Regards Ann Toppcards Leeds

hettygarlick said...

Gorgeous! Love those colours. x

Laura O' Connor said...

Fantastic bright card.Laura O

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a gorgeous card today, the alcohol inks make a beautiful background to these stained glass window dies don't they. I can see a lot of us dusting our inks off again at this rate. Thank you for sharing such a beautiful card with us.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments again today, you say it so well. How's the car park? 😀Xxx
Crafty Sue good for you hanging in there, try and enjoy your last day although it will be quite emotional for you. Think of the upside of things, not getting up early on mornings when the rain is lashing against the window and having holidays when you want xxx

Jackie Durrant said...

A beautiful card Sue showing off your lovely stained glass dies. Will watch the video later to pick up some tips!! Love from Jackie xx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Beautiful card, those inks really glow as if lit from behind and set off that Bonsai tree perfectly.


Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - a simply stunning card. This card has reminded me I have alcohol inks in a drawer and it's been so long since I've used them. I am going to watch your video later and be inspired! Sending best wishes

karenlotty said...

Lovely effect I wonder if the CS pigment stains (perhaps with a bit of lacquer too) would work I will watch later

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Wonderful card Sue I have never tried to do work with these inks I am looking forward to watching the video and maybe have a go in the future .
Rosemary thinking of you
Stephanie wow what a wonderful memory for you
Elaine hope things have improved with your eyes
Hugs to all that may need one
Have a great day folks
Theresa G xx

Sarah Wrightson said...

Morning Sue, I love using alcohol inks - different result everytime! A brilliant card xx

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning card today with a Autumnal feel about it. Yvonne xx

CHERYL Brown said...

Morning Sue,

Another gorgeous creation to feast my eyes on. I have several of the alcohol inks and now my housework free holiday of Wimbledon is over, I guess I could be playing with some of them.

Congratulations Denise of becoming grandmother to Max. A new fuzzy bundle is so cuddly and I bet you will loads of them from him.
Rosemary...condolences on the loss of your uncle.
Healing prayers and gentle hugs to all in distress, pain or discomfort. I hope your day becomes kinder to you.

Pam.. the thought of you under an umbrella in the car park makes me smile...perhaps they could let you work from home? No more hassles then.

Love 7 hugs
Cheryl xxx

Tressa said...

Lovely card.


Owlish said...

This card is very dramatic and has so many options for what ever colour u want to use good card

Anne said...

I must get my alcohol inks out - I haven't used them for ages. This is a lovely card, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

Mavis L said...

Good morning Sue. Well what a delightful card will have
to have a go with the inks. gorgeous. Mavis L x

June Horrocks said...

Beautiful cards sue just love the colours they are stunning can't wait to see the Vidio thank you
Lovejune horrocks xxxxx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
A stunner, love the effect of the inks. I would like to add that your top is very pretty too beautiful colours.

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all. Beautiful card this morning , the effects from the inks are stunning . Going to pop the kettle on and watch the video. Thank you for sharing your creations...... Wendy

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, what a beautiful card and that has jogged my memory about the inks sitting in my cupboard. I will get them out and have a play,

Love Rosemarie X X

Crafty Cruiser said...

Gosh, I haven't used alcohol inks in years! This card is beautiful and reminds me of the lovely effects you can get from these.
Doreen R

stitchingranny said...

I haven't ever used them but I do like the effect you get. Oh well I will add it as a maybe but its just something else to find money for and I still have so many dies I need lol.

Helen xx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. This is a stunning card, just like a sunset. I love trying new techniques but the Inks are one of my favourites. I have all your Stained Glass dies and it doesn't matter what technique you use they always turn out beautifully. Thank You for all the Best Wishes for Max he is just adorable and i had loads of cuddles yesterday but then he had to spoil it with one of those spelly nappies but i haven't lost my touch after 33 years and returned him to his mother smelling ever so sweet lol.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

sharon casey said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
What a gorgeous card today, I brought some alcohol ink but have never used them so will definitely be watching the video and having a go as they make the stained glass card gorgeous.

Thank you Pam and all surgery went well I just have to wait for results now, so at home taking it easy. Hope your ok and all is ok at the moment at work Pam.

Sending love and healing hugs to all that need them.

Have a good day

Beryl Treble said...

Lovely card. Love the alcohol inks.

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Beautiful effect - stunning card...love the stained glass window dies

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue a very lovely card with beautiful colours.

Marie , hope all goes well for you today xx

Rosemary , sending you a big hug xx still no news for John i am going to phone tomorrow to see if i can hurry them along a bit .

Sharon i hope all went well, xx

Yorki girl, the eyes seem to have settled down now thank you ,i think perhaps it was lack of sleep xx

Pam i had to smile thinking of you out in the card park with an umbrella working in the rain ,then in my minds eye you were sitting with a hot water bottle on your knee with a gentle fall of snow all around you , for goodness sake your workplace is sending us do lally tap. On that note i do hope they can get you sorted before winter .

Mary was feeling a lot better yesterday and Andrew is also good , hopefully his next treatment will be on Thursday .
Take care everyone.
big hugs to all
Elaine H X

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card with a stunning background. Your stained glass window dies are simple gorgeous.
Stephanie, what a very special treat for you to see the dolphins especially the little ones. Wonderful place the Farne Islands.
Love and hugs to all, Alison xxx

SueJ said...

Beautiful background and so easy to achieve.
Really lovely card.

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue and All Other Craft-Oriented Persons,

This one's a stunner, and the video was fascinating.

Great big congratulations to Denise for becoming a grandmother, and to Sharon for coming through surgery with flying colors and CraftySueToo for making it to your last day and Stephanie for surviving the boat ride and seeing the baby dolphin. That must have been adorable!

Rosemary, it sounds like your uncle was very dear. I hope you enjoy communing with others who knew him so you can hear their stories.

Hugs to everyone, whether you need one or not!,


June Fletcher said...

Morning Sue

A very beautiful card

Love these dies as well as alcohol inks

June x

Fiki said...

its grogeous!

Princess Pixie! said...

Morning Sue
Bright and beautiful. Such an effective technique which I have never tried but do love the effect that it gives x
Been 'away' for a while. Managed to give myself an eye infection!! Knocked an open tub of fine glitter onto my head which then went into my eyes - result badly scratched and infected eyes - glitter is dangerous so beware!!!
Then to put the icing on the cake I got an ear infection which made staying vertical rather tricky. Bit like an incredibly successful night out in Newcastle in my younger day but a lot more painful!
I am still struggling to watch TV or look at this screen for long so will be brief for the foreseeable. I confess I am so out of the loop with your news as have been unable to even look at my tablet and Particraft for the last few weeks x
Am hoping to catch up with Laine this evening. We have both had genuine excuses not to have anything to do with each other and Maureen has been stalking me by text so I expect I will have to suffer a conversation with her as well! x
Sending very happy thoughts and lots of love to everyone especially my lovely blog besties x
Take care
Crafty hugs
So glad to be back
Yvonne x

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A beautiful card and a beautiful background, I love the alcohol inks and the way how they create these fantastic mixtures and striations of colour.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

P Austen said...

Good morning Sue, I love your stained glass dies and the background looks lovely with the alcohol inks. Hugs xx P Austen

ursula said...

This card is absolutely stunning, suitable for male or female, love the striking background made with the alcohol inks...thank you Sue...luv Ursula xx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
absolutely love this card - those colours are fabulous!
Will have to use my alcohol inks....
Hugs, Rose

Sue MacFall said...

Thank you Sue for another beautiful card - just love the colours you have used.

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card and I love the bonsai tree die. The colours you have chosen are just right for this scene, really rich and vibrant. I like playing with my alcohol inks but haven't done so for quite a while, thanks for showing me how good they are as a stained glass background.

Stephanie - I am so jealous of your dolphin sighting, a lovely memory for you.
CraftySue - today may be the last day at your current job and you are bound to feel emotional but remember that 'tomorrow is another day' that will bring both new challenges and opportunities.
Sharon - pleased that your surgery went well.
Elain - glad that Mary was better yesterday, hope she continues to improve.
PP - welcome back, glad you are feeling a bit better.


Ann said...

Hi Sue

Very vibrant stained glass effect fabulous loving the elegant font on the sentiment

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. The inked background gives a beautiful backing to the stain glass windows. Thanks for your video, another to catchup with when we are home.

Dawn Holben said...

OH Wow Sue this card and those colours are totally amazing.
I love this card.

Vie Carter said...



Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
Well You've Done It Yet Again!!!!! You've Created "A Magnificent Video Tutorial"
With Lots Of Superb Tips/Tutorials, But We Must Not Forget To Comment About "The Beautiful Card"
The Final Result A "Phenomenal Masterpiece Of A Card"
Products Used In Today's Card:-
"Creative Expression White Gloss Card"
"Creative Expression Coconut White/Black Foundation Card"
"Creative Expression Mounting Foam"
"Creative Expression Cosmic Shimmer Specialists Dries Clear Acrylic Glue"
"Tim Holtz Applicator" (For The Use Of Alcohol Inks Etc:-)
"Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Blending Solution"
"Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Inks, Brights Citrus/Sunshine/Red Pepper" (Stunning Colours)
Star's In Today's Card:-
"Sue Wilson's Mirrored Striplet Cutting Dies" (From The Striplet Collection)
"Sue Wilson's Bonsai Tree Cutting Dies" (From The Stained Glass Collection) One Of My Favourite Collections
"Sue Wilson's Birthday Wishes Cutting Dies" (From The Expression Collection) I Just Had To Purchase This Die Set
After Seeing You Use It So Very Much.
Great Tip About Not Using "The Alcohol Inks" On "Coconut White Card" As It Just Doesn't Blend
Sue, Thank You For Sharing Today's "Extremely Exquisite Card" Also "The Tremendous Video Tutorial", I Love The Videos
So Sue, Please Keep Them Coming Thank You For The Daily Inspiration, I Truly Appreciate Everything You Do I Love
The Blog Every Morning Its Always Great To See What You Have On Offer...
Sue, Take Great Care
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue, Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs 🤗
Love From Sam xxx

Kate's Cards said...

I love using alcohol inks and haven't played with them for ages. Really great combining them with a stained glass window effect!

rosemary powell said...

Hi Sue and everyone
A beautiful card today. I don't have alcohol inks but do have 3 of the stained glass dies.
Denise congratulations on becoming a grandmother, Max is a lovely name.
Sharon glad your op went well, look after yourself.
Elaine hope you get John's results soon and that Andrew has his treatment soon. Glad Mary is feeling better.
Crewe Trish always thinking of you.
Donita love and hugs to you.
Pam .Thinking of you and hoping things are sorted for you very soon.
Am sending love and hugs to you all

Diane King said...

Looking forward to using the alcohol inks on a similar design. Xx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Stunning card and the pigment inks look so vibrant, thank you for the great video xx
Pam echoing you again today
PP welcome back

Love and hugs to everyone

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's very beautiful Sue with a gorgeous background
Gr Karin

Heather Treble said...

Hi Sue,
A beautiful card, alcohol inks give a really lovely background to your stained glass dies.
Thanks for sharing

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
This is not a technique that have tried yet but it does give a beautiful result.
Pam thanks for keeping us all up to date with everyone's news have I missed you getting your prescription sorted.Elaine no wonder you are exhausted with so many relying on you take care.Rosemary we must have been writing at the same time yesterday so I missed the news about your uncle life can be so cruel.

Suzzette Yandle said...

A wonderful look using the alcohol inks for the stain glass dies. I have not tried the alcohol inks yet on the Hummingbird Stain Glass die of yours that I have now. I have, however, filled in each area of the Hummingbird one with silk glitter on acetate using double sticky sheet. It looked lovely. I sent it to family in France as a wedding anniversary card. They were amazed at the beauty.

Pawprintx4 said...

I adore this card and have duplicated it (more or less) after watching the You Tube video. I have always loved alcohol inks plus the stained glass dies are perfect with these backgrounds. I have also used the Bonsai die with water color paints and was very pleased with that look.
Everyone, hope your week is going well.
Stephanie K

barbara macaskill said...

We seem to be boy the same wavelength lately! Yesterday, I pulled out my alcohol inks to reorganize and I kind of got lost creating with them!
I love your stained glass card! It is on 🔥! TFS!

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Beautiful card. love Jean Z xxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
What a super effect. I love all your Stained glass collection.
Thank you for the demo.
Véronique L

sued99 said...

What a lovely background for this stunning die. I look forward to watching the video later. X

Cards2Di4 said...

How beautiful. I just love your stained glass window dies, Sue. Take care. Diane (Caeds2Di4) xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a stunning card. I do love that die. The day before the wedding we went shopping and I did treat myself to a stained glass die. I will have to have a play sometime. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Rosemary Stickland said...

Beautiful card, love the background colours.
Rosemary xx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Lovely Card. The stained glass dies are always a winner in my eyes. I love the effect of the Alcohol ink background, very dramatic. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Janet Wilson said...

Love the alcohol ink background with these stained glass dies

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
Beautiful effect of the alcohol inks.
Pam, I hope things are better at work, for the moment any way.
Sharon, glad it went well and hope you aren't in too much discomfort.
Elaine, hope Andrew's next treatment goes ahead.
Yvonne, how lovely to see you. You know when I met you I felt I'd seen you before - and then I remembered, I'd tripped over you when you were lying in the Bigg Market!!! ha ha
love to all
Maureen xx

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue Beautiful stained glass card I don't have any alcohol inks so have never tried them they give fabulous colours
Elaine glad Mary was feeling better yesterday hope she continues to improve
Sharon glad your op went well hope you don't have too long to wait for results
Stephanie sounds like you had an amazing trip
Crafty Sue2 hope your last day at work went well its never easy leaving work hope you will enjoy a restful day tomorrow
Yvonne lovely to see you back sorry you have been so unwell and hope you'll soon be feeling fighting fit!
Sending good wishes to all

Jean said...


CraftyJo said...

It's beautiful :)

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. I agree with you that alcohol inks can often be forgotten. I bought some at a fair a few years ago, put them in a drawer unopened and just remembered them. That is lucky because I have to agree that they work really well with the stained glass dies.


Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue,
I haven't used alcohol inks for ages, you have really got me wanting to get them out and get experimenting.
I love today's caed, it really is beautiful.
Hugs Brenda xxx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Glorious sunset colours

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sue and everyone.
Fabulous card and a great tutorial as always, thank you

Sending hugs to you all and hope that anyone not feeling
100% soon will feel better
Elaine, Sharon, Rosemary, Yvonne, Lorraine,Laine, and anyone
else ,Take care
Congrats to new nanna's/ grandmothers around. Lovely the
family is growing
Maria x

Betty McAlister said...

Beautiful card Sue xx

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
lovely colours and a very quick card, brilliant.

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I have never really got on very well with alcohol inks! We go back a long way too !! You haven't made me want to try again as any I have are going to Maureen who is a wizard with paint and ink! I really admire what you have done but , unlike me really, I will give it a miss!
So many things I enjoy doing.
Yvonne - lovely to see you! So sorry about your eye! Glitter can be very sharp and things could have been a lot worse I guess. Bad enough though!! Hope you catch up with Laine soon. Love to both of you.
Love to all, sorry I'm late been chatting on the phone!
Love Myra ( Friend of Maureen!) xx

Littlelamb said...

I see I am commenting after Myra. Not too late then. Myra and I are night owls. Often chat late at night. Lovely card Sue. Will have to watch the video tomorrow now. Echoing Pam comments.

Di said...

Hi Sue,
These stained glass window cards are stunning, love them and the beautiful colours you can achieve with them.
Di B. x

Anita Albert - Courseware Developer and Technical Writer and Computer Software Trainer and E-learning developer said...

Great card. I love the die you used. I have also used diluted koolaid in spray bottle with rubbing alcohol and have made my own dies. Maybe you could do a video on how to make it yourself. I have also used rit fabric powder dies too to make colors and use diluted acrylic paints work too.

CCM said...

Hi Sue,

Love all your stained glass dies,including this one. All are beautiful and you can use so many techniques to create a lovely card. Love the colors of this card and your video is great as always. Thank you.

PP- Welcome back.
The other princess -Hope you'll be back soon.
Elaine- Glad Mary is feeling better and Andrew is also good.Fingers crossed for him on Thursday.
CraftySuetoo- Hope your last day at work went well.It must be sad but you never know what the future holds ... This saying is special for you: " Accept what is, let go of what was and have faith in what will be". A big hug for you.

And hugs to all.
Still a newbie to Craft / not longer the newest, or the only Canadian Wilsonette

Latenight Sandy H said...

Gorgeous. Love the background you've created with the alcohol inks. I don't have alcohol inks but think I'll have treat myself once I've got the pixie powders under control.
Take care everyone.

Clai01 said...

Hi Sue

love the card and love the die ! x

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue, such a pretty card. Have not used Alcohol Inks but think I will have to have a try at this technique.

Viki Banaszak said...

The alcohol inks are perfect for the stained glass backgrounds. This is so pretty.

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