Saturday, 18 May 2019

Alcohol Ink Ghosting Technique Card




Hi crafters!  Today's video uses Black Archival ink and alcohol inks to show you a ghosting technique that is both easy to do and fun!  Hope you like it!




















The finished dimensions are 6 1/4" x  8 1/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x
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57 comments:

Jan on the Fosse said...

Great video Sue
Love the card.
Jan x

Steph Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. Oooh I'm looking forward to watching this tutorial a little later when I feel fully awake to concentrate. A 'cheeky' little sentiment there Sue lol this collection must bring the animal out in you. So I have a new background technique to watch plus a pixied clinged filmed piece of cardstock drying that I now know I've done right this time lol stupid numpty so thank you for feeding me new techniques with this powerful and beautiful inspiration. Have a really lovely Saturday xxx

Vi Wilkinson said...

Hi Sue I have just watched your tutorial and loved it.The card is just fab all on my wish list. Thankyou for all inspiration you give us crafters . Vi down under.x

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, oh I will have pleasure in looking at this video later, intriguing isn't it. Love the colouring on her too.

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

Pauline Austen said...

Morning Sue, " Wild thing, you've really made my heart sing", this morning.lol Fabulous card. Must watch the video later as I would love to make a card like this. Great card for the men in our lives, not forgetting animal lovers everywhere.
Have a great weekend everybody. Hugs xx Pauline

Princess Pixie! said...

Hi Sue
Oh my goodness what a truly magnificent and beautiful card. The colours are so eye catching and that technique is fabulous. Can’t wait to settle down with a cuppa to see that video later on.
Apologies for my lengthy absence. Have been quite poorly and very much out of action. Hoping to be back amongst it now! I know I have missed so much. Today will be spent perusing the cards I have not yet had the pleasure of seeing and there are quite a few.
Happy Saturday everyone
Crafty hugs
PP
Yvonne x

kittyedavies47@gmail.com said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you what a brilliant technique.
Thank you a beautiful card so clever.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

Beverly Fuchs said...

Hello Sue,

Fabulous card today and quite an interesting technique for the background. I don't think I have ever seen the "ghosting" technique before so I will have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing the video, you always have something interesting to share with us.

Have a great weekend.

Beverly

hazel said...

Fabulous card Sue xx Hazel

Marion Scott said...

Hello Sue, fabulous card and a great technique. Also a great tip on stamping the die cut zebras.
Marion S x

CraftyCoffey said...

Great card today, love the background.

Michele

Muriel said...

Hello Sue and all
Another amazing African animals card and another fabulous background. Will watch the video as soon as I get organised. Can’t wait.
Hope you are back in full swing now PP
Hugs
Muriel x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Wow, a stunning card and what a brilliant technique. Love the vibrant colours.

Barbara V

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
This is just wow can't wait to see the video later after we get home from visiting our daughter. Yvonne glad to see you back take care.

Marie P. from Longridge. said...

Good morning Sue and welcome back to PP.
I am so thrilled with today's card and especially the video as I have all the dies which doesn't happen very often. I'm not sure about the alcohol ink but I hope I have that too.
I love the ghosting and wonder who first thought of that. Was it you Sue?
Thank you so much for all you do for us,
Hugs.
Marie P.

Clai01 said...

Great effect x

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A great card. Looking forward to watching the video later.
B xx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
A clever and effective card. Thank you for the tutorial. X

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Great card, love the background with the inks.
Lydia
X

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, lovely card and love the ghosting technique, love Jean xxx

Suemac said...

Lovely card.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - what a splendid card this is. I love the ghosting effect and the video makes it so simple to do. I haven't used alcohol inks for ages but what a great excuse to get them out again and the yupo paper is a must. Thank you for giving us yet more wonderful ideas. Sending best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
Another beautiful African themed card!
The background is amazing and can’t wait to look at the video later.
We are going to a big family party today so please everyone keep your fingers crossed for a dry afternoon in Surrey!
Have a good weekend everyone!
Lesley S x

rolfi said...

Hi Sue,

thanks for showing a fantastic technique and the card is beautiful.
I have to try this!

Rolf xxx

theresa w said...

Hi Sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Fantastic card Sue x never seen this technique so really looking forward to the video x thankyou Sue x
Di hope hubby gets better soon xxx
Theresa w in Berks xxx

Anonymous said...

Gosh, I've done the Inking technique for years on glossy paper but not the ghosting, wonder if it will work on glossy paper it's really interesting
thank you.
Hugs SNOOPY DOG 2. xxx

Crafty Vonnie said...

Good morning Sue,
A beautiful card with a great technique. Yvonne xx

Tressa said...

Lovely card. Great background.

I have the yupo paper and the blending solution but no alcohol inks........ illogical but hey!

Teresa

karenlotty said...

Great card I will have to watch video later as I am rushing around trying to get ready to go out and OH has “nicked” the shower for now

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, lovely card. love Jean Z xxx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, what an amazing card, off to watch the video as I think I have all the ingredients to try replicate it. Have a good day everyone. Bx

Hunnymummy54 said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
What a beautiful card cant wait to watch video to learn how to do this new technique

Sending love and healing hugs to all that need them xx

Have a good day all

Love
Sharon MK
xxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
I was amazed when I watched it on Youtube 2 months ago. And I'm fascinated even now. This card is stunning!!
Hugs, Rose

dj from kettering said...




Love the colours on this card,



Doreen x

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Thank you for the great video showing the ghosting technique, it looks great but unfortunately I don’t have the necessary ingredients to try it out, love the card and the sentiment

Love and hugs to everyone
Pat

BenteS said...

A lovely card today - beautiful colours for the background :))
Thanks for showing us this great technique!

Ann Topp said...

Good Afternoon Sue. Beautiful sample... can't watch the video as the WiFi is not strong enough to stream. This would suit my husband down to the ground. He loves the wild life and I know he would love the sentiment....(private memories) won't go into detail lol. Ohhh nothing rude... just funny. Thankyou Sue. Sending best wishes to everyone. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds.

Crafty Cruiser said...

Wow - what a fabulous background to this gorgeous card!
Doreen R

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. Love this technique and I think I stand a better chance of getting this one right than trying to blend the colours with blending solution which just made a muddy mess! Thanks for the video.

Lisbeth

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

Stunning! And just so perfect for a male!
Sharon in Toronto










CraftyJo said...

Fab colours :)

Suzzette Yandle said...

Ghosting - uhmmmmm. I have not tried this technique. I will try this one day. I do like how alcohol inks reacts on Yupo paper. Lots of fun. Great video. Thank you. Wonderful wild thing card design.

cr@fty said...

Hi Sue
Sorry I haven’t been posting for a couple of days I’m off work with Laryngitis and haven’t been on line. I’ve been catching up on the ones I haven’t seen and they are all gorgeous. I can’t wait to see today’s tutorial to find out how you’ve achieved the background.
Hugs x
Heather T

Pawprintx4 said...

I did not know you could use Archival ink to "lift" the image for this ghosted effect. Very neat. I watched the video the other day and really enjoyed learning a new technique.
Have a great weekend, Everyone. Heather feel better!
Stephanie K

ursula said...

Beautiful card, I love this technique with the alcohol inks on the yupo paper...I have used a lifting ink on my stamp, never realised you could use archival ink like this, we learn something new every day....thank you Sue..luv Ursula xx

Fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a great card and I love your herd of Zebras. I have used alcohol inks a lot but have never tried the ghosting technique. As I don't have any Yupo card I am wondering if it will work on other surfaces - will have to give it a try.

PP - missed you and am pleased that you are feeling better.

Frances

Helen Terry said...

Hi sue beautiful card and great technique. Thanks Helen xxx

scrAPpamondo said...

Fabulous card, so different! I have to try this technique!

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue Wow what a stunning card the colours are gorgeous I have never tried this technique but need to try it

Betty McAlister said...

A stunning card and great video Sue. Do like the ghosting technique and must try it xx

CCM said...

Lovely card and interesting technique for the background. Never heard about this ghosting technique before but I am glad that you shared the video. I will have to give it a try now.

Hugs from Toronto
Carmen-Dorothy

sued99 said...

Quite forgot to comment yesterday or watch the video! Intriguing card. I’m looking forward to seeing how it was done. X

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Love it

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous card and background Sue
Gr Karin

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Great technique.
Thank you for the demo.
Véronique L

Eunice Astle said...

Wonderful card Sue, love the shadowing effect!!

June Ballenger said...

Beautiful simply beautiful xx