Friday, April 24, 2009

Alcohol Ink Splatter Technique


Earlier this month at Ranger U, Tim Holtz, taught us a really fun technique with alcohol inks and an air can. I taught it to my kids(ages 7 and 12) over spring break and they went wild over this technique. So, Samantha decided to join in the video upload craze...eP style. She chose the music to feature her version of the Alcohol Ink Splatter technique with vast collection of Ranger Adirondack Alcohol Ink and an air can. You'll want to get your own supplies so you can play this weekend.

You can also view in full screen HERE.


10 comments:

vickiw said...

This is super cool. Does it matter what kind of paper you use?
Love finding things that I can do with my girls too. I will have to try this when they come home from college.
Nice music too wink wink

Pasión Scrap said...

Thank you !!! It's a very good idea.
Bravo Samantha also !!!!

Can you give me the name of the music ? It's fantastic ..

Kiss from Spain
Marie-Hélène
http://mariehelenescrap.canalblog.com

Kim DeRonde said...

Sam is a ROCK STAR as always!!

Kim DeRonde

carole (TruCarMa) said...

That's fabulous!!! Way to go, Sam! :)

Melinda said...

Awesome video!!

wendy vecchi said...

GREAT JOB Samantha!
YOU ROCK!
wendy

Daisy said...

This technique will work best with glossy cardstock.

The song Samantha chose is 'A Whole New World' from the Disney Movie, Alladin.

Linda Cain said...

Samantha rocks! Great job!

Linda

Lucia said...

I am going to have to try this. Thanks for posting.

Diana Gibbs said...

Love it!
How many cards did you get out of the can of air?

Hugs,
Di