First, you will want to stamp several of the butterflies from Sheena Douglass' Flying Colors on a transparency using Staz-On black ink. Because of the slick surface of the transparency, be careful not to move your stamp around or it will smudge the image. You will also want to stamp these butterflies on some heavy card stock as well.
The Staz-on ink dries very quickly so you can move on to the next step after a couple of minutes. To color the transparencies, I dropped several drops of three different colors of alcohol inks on the felt of my Adirondack Alcohol Ink Applicator. You can see the lines of color on the picture below. I also used a 15" x 18" Non-stick Craft Sheet so that I wouldn't stain my counter top. (Since the kids were home, I had to do this in my kitchen so I could keep an eye on them).
To see the whole tutorial, head over to the original Alcohol Ink on Transparencies post!
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