Iconic Beauty- Scarlett

Hello friends,
I made this card last month, but I realized I didn’t post it on my blog.
This card is very special for me because this is my first tried alcohol ink background card. If you didn’t try the alcohol ink, please try it. you will love it.

Of course, I didn’t satisfy the result of the alcohol ink background. I need more practice to get better results for a future project.
I like to try new things for my projects.

Never get tired to learn new things.

Because the background is colorful and luxurious, the stamp image is simply and lightly colored with Copic markers.

I finished with the purple color sequins on her dress to match the background.




Thank you for stopping by!

Happy Stamping!


About The Author


Christian, mom, wife Korean living in Florida! Love what you do, do what you love!


  1. I absolutely love your card! I am interested in doing more with alcohol inks, and I went to a scrapbooking convention just recently that used alcohol inks. You can put shaving cream in a bowl and add drops of alcohol ink here and there in it, then take a knife and swirl it slightly. You then put your card face down on top of it and just take it back off. You can make a lot of card bases. You can also keep adding alcohol ink drops of different colors or swirl it more. Every time you do it, you will have a different look. There are a ton of different ways to use alcohol ink using different mediums! I love the look of alcohol ink!
    You can also use the dabber with a piece of felt on it (used for alcohol ink projects) and dab it on cardstock which kind of results in the same look. There is an alcohol blender which you can use on photo paper and it really makes the inks spread out and look nice! I look forward to viewing more of your projects. Thanks!

    1. Thank you so much for the detailed tips, I will try them in future projects. you are the best!

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