I love making tie dye backgrounds with alcohol inks. Sometimes rainbow, sometimes purples, sometimes earthy colors...all have a kaleidoscopic look. My 5-year-old daughter likes to make these with me, and they're easy enough that she can do them with a little assistance. The only problem is she often inadvertently spits on hers. :)
We made some tie dye backgrounds yesterday to use in Practicing Creativity Designs' Sketch Challenge. Here's the final card I came up with:
The stamps are from the "You're Dandy" set. The yummy linen ribbon is from May Arts, and I think I could go through 100 yards of it.
Thanks for looking!
Here are the details:
Cardstock: White (PTI), Turquoise (Bazzill)
Stamps: Just Dandy (PCD)
Ribbon: Sunny Yellow Linen (May Arts)
Pigment Ink: Frost White (ColorBox)
Alcohol Inks: Citrus, Watermelon, Sunshine Yellow, Butterscotch, Cranberry, Lettuce, Wild Plum, Sunset Orange, Stream, Sailboat Blue, Purple Twilight (Ranger)
Embossing Powder: Detail White (my stash)
Other: Photo paper