Tag: Alcohol Ink

Colorful Art Journal Page

This one sort of got away from me.  I used collage, alcohol inks, Dylusional Spray Inks, Liquid Pearls, rubber stamps, Ranger Paint Dabbers, water color pens, pan pastels, Faber Castell Pitt artist pen, watercolor pencils, Geli Art gelli plates, Golden Fluid acrylics.  I think that's everything.

Gazing Into the Unknown

By Deborah A. Pierro – I've been using my miscellaneous art papers to make new art, by pasting them together and seeing where it takes me. After all, you can't pile them up forever! Materials: end of celery stalks stamped with black acrylic paint; metal thingie stamped with metallic copper acrylic paint; yellow, green, brown…

Curiosity

Mixed media using alcohol inks, acrylic, watercolor, markers, stickers on wood and resin finished.

Pink Paper Fabric Casket

In the June/July 2009 issue of Quilting Arts. Jill Kennedy described her process for creating an embellished and embroidered patchwork paper collage from construction paper, crayons, inks, iron on interfacing and Wonder-Under.  I used that process to create a purse and also a casket.  I was given a stack of chinese newspaper and thought that…

Indian/Native American ATC, part 1

I found these cute plastic mini figures of Indians on horseback, but they were in primary colors, so I painted them with Ranger Alcohol ink in metallic copper. I made the mini envelope from papers from Tim Holtz Nostalgic line and adhered it to the background. The Indians are held on with a jump ring…

Indian/Native American, part 2

Inside the envelope are game discs (also in primary colors, spray paint changed that!) used to depict shields with two feathers attached to each one.  (See previous photo for another view)

For Birds and Bee’s

Birds and Bee's is an altered board book. The cover is made with light molding paste, stamped with bugs and birds and carved to create depth. The book is dedicated to birds, bee's and like creatures. Cut out windows filled with black and white illustrations of illustrated creatures printed on transfer paper continue the depth…