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Alcohol Marker and Vellum Technique for Cardmaking

Sept-16This week's YouTube Premiere featured an alcohol marker and vellum technique for cardmaking.  This is a really fun technique and you may find yourself doing it over and over.  There will be a supply list below but it's important that you have 99.9% Isopropol Alcohol.  This link takes you to the brand that I purchased from Amazon.

Alcohol-vellum-technique-stampin-up-1There's just a touch of this technique on the card above.  Can you spot it?

The second card was a remake of an anniversary card that I made for Jackie.  You will see the comparison in the video.

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Here's the video for your viewing pleasure. :)

Alcohol Marker and Vellum Technique for Card Making.

Lisa's Inklings for Card #1:

Card #2:

This is a beautiful suite of products.  You can see all the parts HERE.

Here are the specifics that were used for these two projects. I added the ephemera pack because there are parts you can use on these cards.

Product List

Create your own beautiful Blackberry Suite cards and try this alcohol marker and vellum technique on your next cardmaking project!

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Reminder:

I still have a few Adhesive Packs available!  It's a super deal and makes a great gift.  Read all about it HERE.

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