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Old 01-02-2020, 11:17 PM   #1
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TLC779 Alcohol Marker Marbling

Hello dear Technique Lovers

I'm so excited to host my first TLC, I was so honored when I was asked to join this team and I hope we'll have fun creating and crafting together trying some new or some, a bit forgotten techniques.
You know I love fun folds, but today I've chosen to feature a Technique I really love!!

Alcohol Marker Marbling

You can find Audrie's Tutorial here

I've tried several ways to use this technique and I love to use cling wrap, you can try to use other markers, Sabrina told me she tried with Sharpies, you could try with water based markers and spray water instead of alcohol, I'll try that too.


I've followed Audrie's tutorial but wrapped cling wrap around a flat hard plastic plate (you could use your die cut plate too)


I like this technique with the cling wrap because you've got more wrinkles in your print


I've tried this with a simple sheet of acetate and it works great too!!




The picture above is when it's already sprayed with 90% rubbing alcohol
This is the final print:


You can use these as backgrounds for your cards or use them with die cuts
I hope you'll have fun to try this technique which is really easy
I've used glossy photo paper to make mine


Here's a link to our TLC779 Alcohol Marker Marbling gallery

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Here's my card:


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here are my cards made with this fun technique
TLC779, One little, Two little... by snietje - at Splitcoaststampers

TLC779, Feathers by snietje - at Splitcoaststampers

and I've tried also with water based markers


I've used Stabilo markers for this one and sprayed with water

The card I've made with this is here: WT774 Shaker Birthday Card by snietje - at Splitcoaststampers

I hope you'll have fun!!
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Fun challenge. I did this twice....the first time the colors were too pale. Then I used dark colors and got nice results! Here's mine:

CAS570, TLC779, Bunny in gold by jdmommy - at Splitcoaststampers
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oh boy, oh boy, can't wait to try it.
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One mad, crazy, go-go-go day, but I did start this before work and managed a daylight photo, just about.

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Awesome technique!

Love You by jkanack - at Splitcoaststampers
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YAY! So glad you joined the team! I definitely need to try this!

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Here's another with just a background and stamping:

Wear Shades by jkanack - at Splitcoaststampers
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Fun tutorial!  Great to see the colors mix and to see what you get.  I made more than one background, so will play more at a later time!

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Here's mine!!
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I tried this technique using blue tones. It was fun!

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Finally had time to do this challenge:

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I made another card for this challenge.  HERE is the link

I love this technique : )  

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Fun technique! I haven't been able to participate in quite a while because, well, life! Here's my card:

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Fun! I tried this a few years ago as part of the Dare to Get Dirty challenges, and had not revisited it. I learned then, that this is definitely not a forgiving as watercolor smooshing, as your print essentially is set the first time you put the paper down. In my example, I have double printed - I did two full passes over fresh ink. 

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Thanks Anita for introducing me to this technique.  It was fun!


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Here's mine very very late but had fun doing it Ooh La La 
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When I made my first card, I made extra panels to choose from.  Today I used one for the Inspiration Challenge.  Thanks Anita!

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