patina fragments

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

patina fragments


Yield: 1- A2 Card

Wet Ingredients:

Ink – Alcohol Espresso, Monsoon, Patina

Other – Alloy (Statue); Mixative (Snow Cap)

Dry Ingredients:

Card Stock – Alcohol Ink Card Stock (Matte Black); Kraft Stock (Blackout & Cool)

Other – Metallic Sticker Book


Other – Alcohol Air Blower, Foam Tape, Sandpaper (120), Scor-tape

Dies & Embossing Folders – Foliage (3-D); Leaf Fragments

Stamps/Stencils – Ledger Script CMS241




how much of everything you add makes a difference.
play with it for a while to find what you like the look of.
I go back and pair up the pieces that look like they go together
I'm not trying to make a perfectly matching set as I go.
*remember each piece of paper has two sides





I got on a roll and made lots, alcohol ink dries so quickly that
a stack doesn't take very long to create.

I didn't mist the paper with water before embossing, 
I wanted the kraft-coloured cracking to be as prevalent as possible



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  1. Love the leaves and your note that cardstock has 2 sides. Thank goodness it does...LOL. Now this was a fab step out tutorial, very easy to to watch the video.

  2. Alcohol ink is mesmerizing to watch so glad you put up video. Thanks. Your leaves are extraordinary love the idea of making a tablefull of these even before you make them into a great card.

  3. OH this is just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing, I am totally inspired to try this.


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