First, I took a piece of Alcohol Ink Cardstock and various ink colors and just had some fun creating a pattern. Once I was happy with the result, I stamped over it with a bold alphabet background stamp, using Jet Black Archival ink and matted onto some black cardstock. Then I was stumped for what to use for the circular element as the sentiment was already sketched in at the top. Hmmm! How about splitting the sentiment? After stamping the first part of the sentiment, I die-cut the alcohol ink panel with the outline Awesome die leaving a gaping hole in my alcohol ink piece! I filled the hole with a black die-cut Awesome word. It looks and feels pretty cool in real life.
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Stamps: Awesome (Neat & Tangled), Alphabet Background (SSS)
Ink: Jet Black Archival, Alcohol Inks (Denim, Butterscotch, Sailboat, Terra Cotta, Pesto Stream, Copper)
Cardstock: White, Black, Alcohol Ink Cardstock (Ranger)
Dies: Awesome (Neat & Tangled)