How-To Video: Alcohol Inks + Metallic Rub-Ons

Hello!

The folks at Simon Says Stamp are having a huge event – STAMPtember – where they will be having free gifts, big sales, prizes and more all month. They asked if I could do a few things for their blog and I was honored to do so. Be sure to stop by the post HERE where Heidi shares some did-you-know-facts about me, along with a silly, embarrassing photo of me floating on the Vomit Comet. (For real.) And you can go HERE to see all the details on this video shown below. Oh! And both posts have a giveaway. If you do go post a comment, please say happy birthday to Heidi – SSS’s owner. Her big day was yesterday. (Love you, Heidi. I admire and respect you tremendously.)

So here is the video I did for Simon Says Stamp, using Metallic Rub-Ons and Alcohol Inks. I also show the new Snow Cap Alcohol Ink. I am in LOVE with this stuff. It is amazing. You can completely transfrom dark metal and other colored embellishments. I show it in action in the video, but recommend you check out Tim’s info about it HERE. He, after all, is the master. 🙂

Fun stuff, huh?

By the way, when you do alcohol ink, you need to be sure to use the felt pieces on the inking tool. And use foam pieces when you blend Distress Inks. Same tool, just different things you stick to it. 🙂

Before heading out, I wanted to remind you to check my last couple of posts for a chance to win some prizes. See you soon!


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41 thoughts on “How-To Video: Alcohol Inks + Metallic Rub-Ons”

  1. This is so very pretty! I love seeing how you and Tim Holtz use the same products and get your own very special “look” 🙂 I’ll have to grab some of the metallic rub-0ns – haven’t played with those yet… Thanks for sharing this!

  2. Hi Jennifer 🙂 I saw your video yesterday on the SSS blog ,, and saw your cool photo in the vomet comet too ,,, !! what an experience that must have been ! 🙂
    Gorgeous card, simple and so very stylish ,, I will be getting some of the snow cap ink asap 🙂
    Heidi has very generously enrolled me to take your class !!! woo hoo !!! I am sooo excited ,,, can’t wait to start !! 🙂

    luv
    Lorraine ( aka Lols) x x x

  3. This is amazing! I can’t wait to get some of that new white alcohol ink and start using all the old metal embellishment pieces that I have hanging around. Thanks for helping me breath new life into out-dated supplies!!

  4. Magnificent!! I have seen you use Metallic rub-ons before and was always intrigued by them, now more than ever! Thank you :o)

  5. Awesome! That card would fit perfectly into the Sketch Challenge that was hosted yesterday over at Operation Write Home’s Stars and Stamps Blog. If you are interested in sharing it there, please go HERE!!

    I’m sure the OWH Gals/Guys would LOVE to see one of your cards!! 🙂 I also heard the BIG news and so WISH I could be going along! It will be a wonderful trip and a dream for me! I loved the sweet video with Colin and hope you have a great time!!

    Very excited about Inspiration Showcase — only one more week. I did a write up on my blog again yesterday and hope it brings in more students! 🙂

    Happy Crafting and thank your for more great ideas!!

  6. Sooo one can use something besides their fingers to apply metalic rub-ons. Who knew? Lovel card as always. The repeating of the stamp was very effective. Thanks.

  7. Jennifer,thank you so much for the detailed video .I have seen the Metallic INks often,but didn’t know how to use them. You are so helpful with your clear instructions. I’ve already gone over to SimonSays and ordered the supplies to make this card. I live close to Archiver’s here in Houston,so I had some of the items needed. I am looking forward to using the Metallic inks and Tim Holtz’s
    ornate frames.
    I’m going to Heidi’s blog now.

  8. I love the way your Ornate Frame turned out! I just got some Snow Cap mixative and need to play. I’ve got several “trays” of metallic rub-ons stashed somewhere…got them years ago when they were the “hot” item and never used them much. Thanks for reminding me and giving me yet more inspiration!!!

    Looking forward to the start of your class…it should be awesome with all the talent you’ve rounded up to teach!!!

  9. Your video was very informative. You make everything look so easy! I am definitely going to buy some of the ranger snow white fixative. Love the metal embellishment Thanks for sharing!!
    Looking forward to the inspiration class.

  10. I am sorry I clicked “send” too early. Your card is lovely. I like how you used the same Basic Gray stamp on the panel as you did on the background.The Metallic Inks show up well on the Pool Card.

  11. Great video! Thanks! I have to break out my metalic rub-ons since I can’t remember the last time I’ve used them. Love when old products are given a new life just simply by remembering that you have them!

  12. Great video – thank you !

    SUPER looking forward to the inspiration class – getting organised this weekend for it !!

  13. Beautiful! I loved the photo of you on the vomit comet. It was fun to find out that you studied engineering. Now I know I’m not the only former engineer who likes card making!

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