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Today I am going to show you 3 different cards I created using some fun Ranger alcohol ink backgrounds and Honey Bee Stamps & dies. 

I made these backgrounds just for fun during the 30 day coloring challenge by The Daily Marker with Kathy Racoosin .  The free form flowing of these inks are mesmerizing.  If you haven’t tried it yet, do so soon.   So after I made these backgrounds I decided to create some fun cards to share. 

For my first card I cut out the word HELLO, from some fun foam, using Honey Bee Stamps BEE Bold Alpha dies.  I also cut the HELLO from the center of my background card and then layered the letters onto the foam.  I added a few pretty Rainbow Rhinestones to finish off my card. 

 

  Oh, and don’t forget the inside.  I stamped this Friendship sentiment to complete the card. 

 

For my next card I used the negative cut from the fun foam. I brushed on some glitter ink but its hard to see in the photo.  I scallop cut the background using the A2 scallop die  adding a Pretty Mermaid from the Under the Sea stamp set colored with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. A few more Rainbow rhinestones complete this card. 

 

For my last card I created these free form flowers using the alcohol inks, I brushed on some stems and leaves, added a couple cute Honey Bees and the Happy BEEday sentiment from the Hi Honey stamp set  This card was finished off with some fun twisted twine. 

 I hope my projects inspire you to play with some Alcohol inks and Honey Bee Stamps to create your own unique cards.  

Thanks for stopping by today. 

Until next time

Happy Scrappin 

Carrie 

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4 responses to “Playing with Alcohol inks and Honey Bee Stamps”

  1. Marsha Loyer says:

    Love the free form flowers. They make me smile😊

  2. Lynn Milewski says:

    Love the card with the Bees! Absolutely adorable!

  3. Andrea Horabin says:

    What a great idea. Love the background and the colours you’ve used are gorgeous. Thankyou for sharing your knowledge and techniques too xxx

  4. Sharon Gullikson says:

    I have never thought of using the negative from a die. The mermaid is just adorable, too.