7 Nov 2016

Guest designing for HLS




Hello Creative Friends , So Happy to share that I am over HLS blog as Guest Designer for Mixed Media Challenge.


The theme for this month is Alcohol inks,It was tricky as I didn't own any ! Mellissa Lane (challenge coordinator HLS) was so kind to share few video links and encouraged me to try making my own Alcohol inks.Thanks to Mellissa I learned something new and was exposed to so many interesting techniques.

Mixed Media Card with Alcohol Inks

Coming to my card,You must have already guessed,bg created using homemade Alcohol inks.

Mixed Media Card with Alcohol Inks
 I tried one more thing ,texture paste on acetate.Didn't want to cover it up so created a small embellishment cluster with die-cut leaves and a handmade rose. 

Mixed Media Card with Alcohol Inks

For my friends who would love to make inks at home sharing few links
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZ0bQC1MCMU:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWc0L0k26oE
http://www.dreamalittlebigger.com/post/homemade-alcohol-inks.html

19 comments:

  1. WOW! Vivid and stunning Pooja! Love those vibrant colours and the embossing paste on the acetate overlay! Fabulous my friend! Have a great week! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  2. This is stunning, Pooja!! The texture and colors are amazing!! I love the beautiful design!! Wow!! This is so gorgeous!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. Beautiful...Oranga nd red combination makes it unique

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  4. So striking and hot!! LOVE this card! Congrats on your GD gig! :)
    Suchi xx

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  5. This is a stunner...love it dear..

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  6. gorgeous. I know how you don't want to cover up your background because you know you will never recreate it again. Thanks for being our guest designer this month.
    Barb Housner (DT)

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  7. Its a stunner! The combination of texture paste on acetate looks awesome with the alcohol ink background. And thank you for the links!!

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  8. What a fabulously creative mixed media card Pooja. I love the texture paste on the acetate and your alcohol inks are so vibrant!
    So great to have you as a Guest Designer this month!
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  9. Congratulations on your GD post ! What a pretty card with vibrant, cheerful colours! Home made alcohol inks ? Gotta try them out ! Your background looks awesome.

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  10. Love the colours! I too am short on alcohol inks so will definitely be taking a look at some of those videos!
    Fabulous make for the Happy Little Stampers!
    Susan
    Teamie
    Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

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  11. Congratulations on being the guest designer at HLS. Such a beautiful card!! Love the vibrant colors! thank you for sharing the videos on home made alcohol inks

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  12. Well now, that is amazing. HOME MADE alcohol inks! Well done :) And the texture paste over the acetate....I've never tried that, looks fabulous!!! Congrats on the GD...well done:):)

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  13. Gorgeous design ...... the texture and colours look amazing. Lovely to have you as our Guest Designer this month xx

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  14. Hey! Pooja! WOWZERS! This is incredibly beautiful! Thanks so much for being our Guest Designer and for trying something new at the same time. I am inspired by your braveness, creativity and that lovely acetate with texture paste. I mustn't forget that beautiful handmade rose. Maybe you'll do tutorial on how you made that?! Thanks again. It's been a pleasure working with you. :)

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    1. I pinned your card to CASE later. :)

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  15. Well congratulations and how amazing is this! Exquisite layering and color choices. Hugs, Autumn

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  16. Oh wow, Pooja. Congrats on the Guest design spot. Your cards is so vibrant and amazing! Love the idea of stenciling on acetate.

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