Saturday, October 22, 2011

Never, Nevermore

Hiya, hope you're having plans for a great weekend. I'll pay the shopping mall a visit; youngest son is a fast growing teenager and he needs some new clothes for the winter. He'll do the shopping and I'll have a coffee, not so bad at all!

I'm often checking Gingersnap Creations for inspiration and I've been admiring their Edgar Allan Poe themed work this month. He's perfect reading and inspiration for October; the words on the card comes from "The Raven".

I used the alco inks resist technique on acetate. Archival ink pulls off the alco ink, but you have to be quick with the tissue paper, the archival ink needs to be removed before it dries.
The acetate was tricky to take a pic of, it has a zig zag edge, part of the image is under it and the raven and the frame is above it. Can't remember where the image is from, but whoever you are, thank you very much for sharing it!

I'm entering:

I used:
Butterscotch and Cranberry alco inks
TH script stamp
Distress Inks
Golden and rust Perfect Pearls
Distress embossing powder
Stampscape tree stamp
Excahngeable leaf stamp
Sun shaped punch for flowers
Nestabilities circle die
Hole punch

Thanks for visiting, come back soon again!

Warm hugs
Maarit

7 comments:

  1. I really like stitching on cards and I love the way you have laced around your die cut shape. Good luck in this week's CRAFT challenge. Sheryl xx

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  2. Beautiful design just adore it.
    Thank you for joining us at C.R.A.F.T Challenge this week with this wonderful creation.
    Betty x x

    GDT for Ocrober at C.R.A.F.T

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  3. This is just gorgeous:) Sandra H

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  4. Beautiful card, I love the effect you got with the ink. Great idea with the lacing too. Thanks for playing along at CRAFT challenge. Sharon x

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  5. Ååååh så snyggt det vart! Låter som om ni hade en trevlig dag!

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  6. What an awesome inky background ... love the tape sentiment too ... so very glad you got inky with us at Gingersnap Creations.

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  7. Nice use of alcohol inks! Thanks for playing along with us at Gingersnap Creations :-)

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Warm hugs
Maarit