StencilGirl Guest Designer Cathy Taylor is back for
Are you ready for even MORE ideas using Alcohol Ink and stencils??
Here we go!!!
Coat Yupo with rubbing alcohol.
Immediately place stencil onto Yupo. I amusing Silhouette of Wildflowers Bouquet.
Squirt ink onto Yupo and allow inks to blend.
Enjoy the design as is or using a cotton swab dampened with alcohol, soften areas
Using markers, highlight areas.
Or using a brush, add inks.
Using a paper towel mask to protect the painting
mist alcohol in a small area.
This will create a textured look.
Using a white pen, add details
I love using dirty stencils. Waste not! Rather than clean alcohol inks from stencils, try this. Spray stencil with alcohol. Here is the Birch and Oak Leaf Stencil.
Immediately place onto Yupo paper.
Let it dry and remove.
Now that the stencil is mostly clean, place onto Yupo.
Using an old credit card, scrape gel medium through the stencil
Remove stencil. OK I said mostly clean
Allow gel to dry
Using paper towel moistened with alcohol and inks, rub inks over the Yupo.
Add additional colors.
Using a oiler boiler or eye dropper, add alcohol to blend.
For a little bling, ass Pinata Gold.
Use a cotton swab to blend.
I cut out the design and made a cool greeting card.
A BIG BIG
to Cathy for sharing all her ideas with us the past two days!!!
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Silhouette of a Wildflower Bouquet, Birch and Oak Tree, Connection Full.