Hi lovely crafty friends, today I have a super cool technique to share with Nuvo alcohol markers on Yupo paper. And the result you get is amazing and it’s super easy, you get all the fun and a result gorgeous with less mess, how cool is that.
I have another video with alcohol inks where I show you a few techniques on how to get texture, from easy to a bit more advanced. If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to check it out. You can find it here.
For these backgrounds I used alcohol markers, this works a bit different then with alcohol inks, it’s super easy and it is a great way to stretch your products. Be sure to watch the video to see how this is done.
I also used pure alcohol for this background with a Nuvo – Nylon Brush ( SBC | CST | TNCUK | TNC ) to get the fun texture.
The monstera leave is by Craft Emotions 115633/0214 (a wholesale company that sells to retailers worldwide)
For this card I used the Nuvo – alcohol markers – Rosy Pinks ( SBC | CRF | CST | TNCUK | TNC ) and the texture you get is so amazing and gorgeous.
Here I used the Alcohol Blending Solution ( SBC | JGG ) which I like because it has the fine tip so you can get smaller drops.
On this card I used the Palma Violets markers ( SBC | CST | CRF | TNCUK | TNC ) and besides the three colours that are in each set, you get more colour shades when using the Alcohol Blending Solution ( SBC | JGG ).
On this card I also used the Tim Holtz Detailed Butterflies ( SBC ) and finished with a simple printed sentiment like I used on all cards.
It’s always fun to play around and see what result you get. If you like to try the alcohol blending solution and you’re not quite sure if you’ll like it you can try first with a small bottle Alcohol Blending Solution ( SBC | JGG )
Leaves are also by Craft Emotions 115633/0213
On this card I used the Sunshine Yellows ( SBC | CST | TNCUK | TNC ) and you do need your sunglasses for the super bright and happy colour mix.
I used the Craft Emotions monstera leave 115633/0214 again, the set has two sizes and I cut them in white and yellow to make them pop a bit more.
I hope you like this post, thanks for stopping by and make sure to keep on crafting!