Monday, October 31, 2011

Alcohol Ink Fun with Wendy Vecchi!

Happy Halloween bloggers!! On top of celebrating Halloween, how's this fun fact? Today the 7 BILLIONTH person was born into our population!! Our phenomenal Mother Earth sure has a full house now!

First, let me start out announcing our blog candy winners from the weekend! Lots of lucky people!
From Friday's blog Wrap It With 7 Gypsies Paper: Sue Bridges from Maine!
From Saturday's blog Capture A Week: Maryann!
From Sunday's blog Spellbinding Spellbinders with Christine Urias: Rachel W K!
If you're a winner that's listed- please email Fran@SimonSaysStamp.com with the title of the blog you won from, and your shipping info! Congrats everyone!!

Today I have a marvelous video from the EVER clever and imaginative Wendy Vecchi! Her blog, Studio 490, has a lovely voice with tons of inviting projects for everyone to try! The technique video I'm about to share with you is just a sample of how awesome the ideas are that come from the Studio 490 blog- definitely check it out!

AH! I just love this! Wendy's initial drive for this was to experiment with Tim Holtz Alcohol Inks on Kraft Glassine Envelopes for a verdigris/rusty look. Man, oh man did that experimentation lead to a great place!
She took two lighter color Alcohol Inks (Cloudy Blue and Juniper) and the Snow Cap Alcohol Ink Mixative, mixed them on the Ink Blending Tool, and dabbed them all over the Kraft Glassine Envelope. After some crumpling and crinkling, a little heat, and some additional color touch ups- this is the result!



Isn't that a great gift card holder idea? Such a different project! Thanks for sharing your project, and voice Wendy!

To win today's blog candy of an Amuse wood stamp with Santa's hat on it, just join our blog following.. comment your thoughts on the Wendy video, and you could win!!!

Thanks for reading today, hope you enjoyed the video, and Happy Birthday to the 7 Billionth member of Earth!
-Michelle
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18 comments:

  1. Great video--thanks for the tips and ideas!

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  2. woohoo so excited to be a winner! thank you!!!

    -rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  3. Wendy is really an amazing artist, and her ideas are so cool.
    Thanks sooo much for winning that awesome stamp here the other day, I´m sooo exited.
    Have a great day everyone.

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  4. CONGRATS o the LUCKY winners!! =)
    I LOVE WENDY and the video was AWESOME!! I LOVE watching techniques and feel that seeing videos helps me understand the process better!! THANKS for sharing and for the chance to win!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  5. Very cool technique! Love learning new things. :)

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  6. Great Video. Wendy always has such innovative ideas.

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  7. Thanks, Wendy for the technique. Definitely going to try it.

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  8. Wendy has some of the best techniques. This is a must do. Thanks for sharing it.

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  9. What a sweet little Santa hat. Wendy is always amazing.

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  10. Keep up the good work. Best of luck. From www.rightshopping.in/g/itb.asp?C=Sony-Camera&b=Sony&cid=2

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  11. Great video! Can't wait to try my Snow White Mixative. ;-)

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  12. Thanks for sharing. That's an amazing video. I'm new in scrapbooking and cardmaking, so I love to learn differents techniques.
    Thanks for the chance to win too :)

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  13. I love alcohol inks! So many possibilities! Thanks for the video!
    DeniseB

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