Friday, May 22, 2015

CC3C 38 Alcohol Ink Ombre, Remembering the Moment

Here is my tag for Compendium of Curiosities 3 Challenge. If you are curious about Alcohol Ink and want to know more or even if you like working with them and just want some inspiration, you should check out this challenge. Linda Ledbetter and her Curiosity Crew create beautiful artwork for this bi-weekly challenge that promotes Tim Holtz's A Compendium of Curiosities Volume 3 and this week they all used the Alcohol Ink Ombre technique.

The background of my tag is created with Tim Holtz's Alcohol Ink on Gloss paper from Ranger. The technique is Alcohol Ink Ombre shown on page 57 of Tim's Volume 3 of A Compendium of Curiosities.

I've also used Wendy Veccki's Clearly for Art modeling film and Tim Holtz wood block Butterfly Stamp E1-1538 from Stampers Anonymous for the butterflies. I stamped the butterflies with Archival Jet Black ink on one side. On the other side of the film I used the Alcohol Ink Ombre technique. Then I cut out the butterflies and heated the modeling film with my heat tool and shaped it. Once it cools it holds the shape. You can heat it as many times as you need until you get the shape you want.

The other stamps I used are also from Stampers Anonymous, Urban Chic CMS086 and Mini Cirque CMS079.

Funkie Junkie Boutique is the sponsor of Challenge 28. I've shopped with Linda before and she has great selection and prices. Of course she has wonderful customer service too. There is also a chance to win a special prize (donated by Tim Holtz and Mario Rossi) awarded to the Curiosity Crew's Choice. Check out all the details at Linda's blog. This challenge ends tonight at midnight but a new one will start tomorrow.

I love the challenge and I love Tim's book. Of course I'm not the only one. There are quite a few talented artist that link their artwork to CC3C so If you are looking for inspiration you will find it just a click away.


Jac Desordre said...

wow what a great tutorial, I hated my alcohol inks for years, now ive started to experiment with them I have fallen in love with them. Love your tag heaps x

Candy C said...

Hi Ruby. Great tutorial! Your alcohol ink ombre background is beautifully blended. Love it! Thanks for joining us at CC3C and thank you for your always lovely comments! <3 Candy

Anita Houston said...

Beautiful soft! Gorgeous and simple! Thanks so much for playing with Alcohol Ink with us at CC3Challenge!!!

Carol L said...

Your tag is absolutely stunning, and I'm completely taken with those amazing colors! Beautiful!

Marjie Kemper said...

Love that AI effect on the ticket.... so nice! And your butterfly buddies are fantastic. Thanks so much for sharing with us at CC3C, Ruby.

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