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barbara macaskill

This is absolutely stunning! I am going to try this with my other alcohol markers since I haven't got Copics! Hoping it works! Thanks for the inspiration!

shirl boughner

love this card and the gingham paper really looks great on the card. this technique looks like a lot of fun to try.

Kelly A. Crowl

Such a pretty effect...thanks for the TOOT!

Sharon Nichols

Thanks for a great new way to use my copics. Love the look!

Jean Marmo



Beyond gorgeous.

Charity Chamberlain

Stunning! Absolutely gorgeous!


beautiful Ally :)



Nina Oelke

I absolutely love this card :)

TracyM #6773

AMAZING technique and FABULOUS tutorial - THANK YOU Allison!!!


What a stunning job.Love this technique


Oh, Ally, this is beautiful, and what a wonderful, soft effect it has! Just love your tutorials! Thanks so much!

Helen Gullett @ Living My Given Life

Gorgeous card! The soft colors are just perfect. Loving the video too! Thank you!


Well needless to say I love your card ! I do have a question though . After you emboss and before you colored did you heat set the embossing powder ? Or did you do that after you finished your coloring ???
Thank you ,

Jean R

I love this new idea for using alcohol markers. It would have been helpful if you had placed your acrylic block to the right of the card so your hand is not in the way. It would have helped to be looking at the card as it developed to watch the changes in the intensity of color. The card is lovely.

Sandy Clinton

Beautiful card! Thanks for sharing!

Carmen L

This looks beautiful! Thank you for sharing this technique.


Your card looks amazing. Such beautiful colors and the way you colored the images is wonderful. Thanks for sharing this technique with us.


This is such a pretty design and wonderful technique to share

Lorraine Melin

Fabulous card and awesome tutorial. Thanks!

Debbie C

STUNNING!!! Great tutorial! Getting out my markers and trying this one today! Thanks so much!!


I saw this technique used on Sandy Allnock's blog a short while ago, but it was great seeing another video using this technique, and with stunning results. Also love the gingham background for a perfect finish.

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