I did try something new with using some cheap paintbrushes (from the $1 store) to move the ink around a bit before adding more colour on top. I soaked the brushes in rubbing alcohol afterwards and they came clean, so I'm going use them again with my next AI landscape card.
I finished by stamping some branches over top And I stamped the sentiment in black and heat embossed in clear so that it was shiny and matched the shininess of the alcohol inks on Yupo. I would have liked to have used black embossing powder but I couldn't find mine. :)
The landscape panel was popped up on foam for a bit of dimension.
This is for the CAS Mix Up January Challenge - Liquid Colours. Such a fun challenge and there's lot of amazing cards in the gallery. I hope you'll check them out and then come play along. Just make sure that your colour is liquid form (alcohol inks, sprays, liquid acrylic paints, etc.) before you start.
My CAS Mix Up card has alcohol inks, stamping, and heat embossing.
Thanks for coming by for a visit!
Stamps: Etched Branches (Penny Black); A Little Sentimental (Clearly Besotted)
Paper: White card base (Neenah 110 lb); Yupo
Ink: Alcohol inks: Cranberry, Pool, Lettuce, Pesto (Ranger); Sapphire Blue (Pinata); Black Archival (Ranger); Black (Memento)
Accessories & Tools: Clear embossing powder, heat tool
CAS Mix Up January Challenge - Liquid Colours