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Stunning Blazed Waves – Alcohol Ink ArtWork on Christmas

Hey everyone,
Hope you guys are doing well. Here I am back with another piece of the tutorial on making a Christmas card  ‘Blazed Waves’.
This technique is an amazing therapy that brings peace and calmness to the mind. You just need to play with AI Ink until you are satisfied with the result.

This work has been inspired by colors and the beautiful ambiance we have in the entire world during the festive season of Merry Christmas. The shine and sparkle of each festival of December bring a lot of happiness and prosperity to our lives and the same has been depicted in the artwork.

Also, it doesn’t have any pre-defined rules to work with this technique. All you need to do is go with the flow and enjoy the process.
But before, proceeding further, take a look below for the details of our monthly challenge.

Monthly Challenge - Dec 2021

Here’s a look at my Alcohol Ink Card ‘Blazed Waves’ :

Stunning Blazed Waves - Alcohol Ink ArtWork on Christmas 1
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Stunning Blazed Waves - Alcohol Ink ArtWork on Christmas 3

Here’s a quick video tutorial of beautiful ‘Blazed Waves’ using Alcohol Inks. Do have a look and leave some love.

Art Supplies for the project :

  1. CrafTangles Alcohol Inks (20 ml) – Ballet Slippers
  2. CrafTangles Alcohol Inks (20 ml) – Limelight
  3. CrafTangles Alcohol Inks (20 ml) – Rose Desire
  4. Hair dryer (1000W).
  5. CrafTangles alcohol ink paper (Pack of 10 sheets) – A4 – 350 micron

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Hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial. Do comment below to share your feedback.
Also, do lemme know what kind of techniques you would like me to explain in future.

Thank you ,
Savita Khaneja
Instagram : @studiobysavi

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Savita Khaneja

Savita loves the actual blending of colours. She does work with Acrylic, Resin Art Mediums and but she finds working with this unique medium of Alcohol Inks is just another level of meditation.

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