Thursday, November 4, 2021

STUNNING (and easy) Alcohol Ink Technique | Christmas Tree Card | Stampin' Up! Whimsical Trees

Hello and welcome crafters, cardmakers, and stampers! I am excited to share today's card with you! I had a blast in my craft room playing with my Stampin' Blends Markers and some alcohol to create the gorgeous tree, and it became the focal piece of my project.

I decided to jump right into this one and return to my weekly Wednesday night live videos! I did have some audio trouble with my airpods, so excuse the poor sound quality, but please do give the video a watch. This alcohol ink technique is SO easy, and is such a stunner! 

Did you see how easily I did that technique? I hope you'll give it a try. Just remember that even if you don't like your initial results, you can go back in, like I did in the video, and 'fix' your washed out areas. 

As I mentioned in the video, I have another card using this same technique and bundle to share on Instagram later this week! So make sure you hop on over there and follow my account so you don't miss it! You can click below, or just search 'nicepeoplestamp' on the Instagram app to find me.

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You'll find everything I used to make this card in my Canadian Online Stampin' Up! Store (there are clickable images for each product at the end of this blog post). And when you shop with me, you get rewarded! With every $50 ordered using the November Host Code, you'll automatically be enrolled in my Stamp Tokens program, plus receive a thank you gift from me.

I think it's also probably safe to say that you've fallen in love with the Whimsical Trees Bundle, just as I have. So don't forget to check out my current online cardmaking class. You can join me from anywhere in Canada to make gorgeous cards from the comfort of your own home using the fabulous Whimsical Trees Bundle. 

Whimsical Trees Online Class details HERE

Thank you so much for visiting and come back soon for more crafty inspiration and tutorials.

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