Friday, October 25, 2019

Snowflake Card with Alcohol Ink

Hello friends!
I am popping in with a snowflake card. You may have seen my previous card.
Today's card is another take with the "leftovers".

a thrill of hope

With the 2 extra snowflakes, I die cut a silver one and positioned them in a triangle. I then took out the Alcohol Ink and applied colors that may look good with the snowflake. 
a thrill of hope

 I love the additional colors (Pool) in the alcohol ink. It lightens up the colors and entire design. It's funny how one color can have such an impact.
polar pair

With the die cut "Polar Pair: (what a name, too) sure makes this easy and fun to do.

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Purple Princess said...

So very pretty! I love the colors! said...

Very colourful and good use of the
leftover snow flakes.

MadeByMeghanK said...

I ADORE these snowflake dies! GREAT Job!

I Card Everyone said...

Virginia I adore those snowflakes... now why aren't the real thing this beautiful?? Gorgeous 'leftover' cards!!

Lin said...

What pretty snowflakes, V! Love these jewel-tones!

Maura said...

Both cards are beautiful!! And I agree about that 3rd color just lightening the whole tone of the second card!! Those snowflake dies are on my list!!!! Thanks for inspiring!

Karthikha said...

Ooh the alcohol ink background is so beautiful! I love this card more than the previous one now, haha :P

Sue D said...

Very pretty "leftover" card.

Patti H. said...

Absolutely gorgeous cards!!

Verna Angerhofer said...

These cards with the snowflake design are so beautiful! I love the colors.

Linda BL said...

Wow! Love the beautiful alcohol ink background with the snowflakes. The leftovers sure made a gorgeous card.

conil said...

Both of these versions are outstanding. That blue/purple is amazing for snow flakes. Need to try this.

Denise Bryant said...

Gorgeous snowflakes and colors!