Monday, 27 April 2015


The third class was very interesting to do as it entailed alcohol inking a piece of acrylic to make the blue background and then alcohol inking shapes to represent the buildings and  drawing the windows and doors in with a posca pen. The sun at the top was done by blowing alcohol ink.We then had to  stamp the squiggly houses on cardstock and intricately cut them out before sticking them on a piece of white 12x12 making sure to position them so that they looked as though they were sitting on the buildings on the acrylic that was to be placed over the top. We then drew various lines etc to highlight them but on the acrylic not the card if that make sense. We also did some stamping on craft which was placed on the front of the acrylic to give it all some dimension. This was a very interesting, intricate layout to do but I enjoyed it primarily because it is perhaps not something I would have got the chance to do elsewhere. 

Last one next time.


  1. Wow. This is stunning, it's my favourite so far. Love love love it!

  2. That's a really interesting process, and the result is so intricate! It really qualifies as a piece of art :).

  3. A beautiful, richly coloured and intricate layout. Love it. Such interesting classes you cleverly signed up for :) P xx