Alcohol And Marker {Watercolor}

Saturday, March 1, 2014

 
There are so many ways to create a watercolor look and here's one more!This one everyone can do because all you need are Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol.{Here I used Bic Mark It Markers}
For this card  I colored onto my craft sheet with the marker, spritzed it with alcohol, and used a brush to apply the color to the cardstock.  I also tried applying the paper directly onto the craft sheet to pick up the color. I tried scribbling onto an acrylic block, spritzing with alcohol, and then applying the paper to that.  All of these techniques work, but deliver different results.
Enjoy experimenting.
 
 

 
Here are a few more designs created with rubbing alcohol and markers. I can't wait to try these Easter eggs this year. 
 
 
How beautiful are these sheets?
 
 
 
Definitely trying these eggs this year!


 
Have a Great Day!



Cardstock: PTI White
Stamps: PTI Grand Ampersand
Ink: Versafine Onyx
Dies: Grand Ampersand
Other: Rubbing Alcohol, Bic-It Markers, White Embossing Powder, Sequins, Rhinestones, Clear Wink Of Stella Glitter Pen

11 comments :

  1. Looks like fun, must give this a try!

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  2. Who knew! Looks wonderful Kara!

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  3. Love the soft colours and the shades you chose! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!

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  4. Kara...this is just beautiful, classy and very elegant! Love this amazing technique and what you did with it!

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  5. This is beautiful. Great technique.

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  6. LOVE the soft colors on your card. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  7. Your technique yields beautiful results. Thank you so much for linking up at CASology this week.

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  8. Kara what a fabulous technique and gorgeous card! Love all your photos too. Thanks you so much foro sharing with us this week at CASology!

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  9. The colors on your card are so delicate and lovely! Love that you show so many fantastic techniques. Thanks for sharing the photos too.

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  10. What a great technique. Love the effect you get from it. Thank you so much for joining us this week at CASology

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