Hey peeps. I shared a card last week using a beautiful rainbow alcohol ink piece to make a shaker card. I NEVER get rid of scraps of pretty paper. So today I’m going to show you the card I made using the scraps from last week. Of course the gorgeous Brea Reese alcohol inks are the star of this card.
Any time you make a great card using a die, see what else you can use the leftover piece for. My card today is reverse rainbow. These beautiful piece came out of the Rainbow die cut from Avery Elle I used last week. I love the way it looks on the all white background. It also reminds me of a sound echo of some sort. LOL I see all kinds of things when I create. All I did was glued the piece onto a white card base and stamp a simple sentiment.
I wish I had the power to create such beautiful cards with all my alcohol ink backgrounds. Some of them are so beautiful I really don’t want to use them. (LOL I know- first world problems). However when you know using Brea Reese alcohol inks would make your heart happy, don’t you want that feeling to last through your art?
To keep the card simple. I kept lots of white space, used a simple sentiment and very few embellishments. I didn’t want anything to compete with all that color. The card base was made out of fog card stock. Another color that won’t compete with my alcohol ink pieces. Absolutely stunning.
I’ve linked all the products used for this card below for your shopping convenience. I also have a link to more work I’m done using Brea Reese alcohol inks. Want to see a tutorial? Head on over to my Youtube channel. Thanks for stopping by today. I’ll see you back here soon.