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Learn How to Lift Alcohol Ink for a Greeting Card


Rinea foil makes a colorful background for cards and cuts so easily with a die. The focus of this card is the alcohol inked image that uses a lifting technique for the ghost-like image with the help of a stencil. The video below will take you through the inking technique.

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The following video tutorial will show the image lifting technique.

The alcohol ink image.
Cutting the text with a Cuttlebug and die from Cricut.
All pieces are put through a Xyron machine for easy adhesion.
First, the Violet Rinea Foiled paper is placed, then the inked image.
Another piece of inked Yupo is added.
Finally, the sentiment in Silver Foiled paper is added.
Thank you to Cricut, Rinea, and ScraPerfect for providing materials that were used in this project.

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