Hi lovely crafty friends, today I have four cards with a fall colour scheme, it’s a new month and that means a new Rubber Dance Colour challenge and this is my take on this month’s colour scheme.
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In this video I am going to show you how you can make super easy alcohol ink backgrounds and I have a super cool alcohol ink lift. So make sure to watch today’s video to see how it’s done.
If you haven’t seen the Alcohol Ink Water Effect & Ink Lift video yet, make sure to check it out.

This is the colour scheme for this months challenge, you can join the challenge in the Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge and have a chance on winning a great prize.

I used alcohol inks in the October colour scheme to create the background, just a simple alcohol ink background with a twist.
I used Alcohol Ink – Lemonade ( SBC | JGG

Sunshine Yellow ( SBC | JGG ) Rust ( SBC | JGG )
and Teakwood( JGG | SBC )

I used the I love leaves stamp to create the focal point with different leaves that I fussy cut.

I used the Tim Holtz Tim Holtz Thinlits Die – Labels ( SBC ) to add with leaves and sentiment as a focal point. 
I used the same leaves to create ghost images on the alcohol ink background which gives a bit of a skeleton leaf feel. I used a Distress Archival Ink – Mini ( SBC ) to make the ghost images or to lift the alcohol ink.

The ink lift is more subtle with the archival ink than with the special ink lift ink.

Depending on how dark or light the background is the ghost stamping appears more or is a bit less visible. 

It has a total autumn feeling to it with the look of skeleton leaves.

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to keep on crafting!