Hi friends! I love retro crafts and one that I love seeing in macrame. Now, I have never done any serious macrame (but I did make a couple of groovy plant hangers a few years ago and they are still in use today!) but I am going to use it as inspiration for today’s card.
I love how we can get different effects from ink and paper. Today I’ll show you how to get a glazed ceramic look from alcohol ink and glossy cardstock too! Watch the video to see how.
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- Succulents Unmounted Stamp Set
- Ranger Archival stamping ink
- Alcohol inks
- Alcohol ink applicator (or a block and craft felt)
- Gold Alcohol ink mixative
- Glossy Cardstock
- Fine tip acrylic paint pens (posca)
- Bullet tip paint pens (ohuhu)
- Jute Twine
- White and coral cardstock
- Beads is desired
- Hot glue
- Acrylic paint
- Watercolor brushes
This card features many techniques so even if you have no desire to create a card like this you can use the know-how to craft something cool for your next card! Thanks for spending some of your day with me and til next time happy crafting!