How-to Video: Coloring Deco Foil Clear Toner Sheets with Alcohol Inks

Hello everyone! Today I’ll show you how to add color to the new Holiday Deco Foil Clear Designer Toner Sheets using alcohol markers! This is a fun and satisfying technique that will let you create colorful clear and foiled backgrounds for your cards and more! On the other hand, today’s card also features Newton’s Nook new Caroling Newton stamps and Forest Scene Builer dies. All the cute and bright elements on this non-traditional Holiday card look amazing together! Scroll down to watch the video tutorial.

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Therm O Web Supplies:
NEW Holiday Clear Designer Toner Sheets
Deco Foil Transfer Sheets
Premium Luxury White Cardstock
Single Stitch Design Large Oval Die Set
Laminator
Permanent XL Tape Runner
3D Zots

Other Supplies:
Newton’s Nook Caroling Newton Clear Stamp Set
Newton’s Nook Caroling Newton Die Set
Newton’s Nook Forest Scene Builder Die Set
Alcohol Markers
Die Cutting Machine
Paper Trimmer

How to Color Deco Foil Clear Designer Toner Sheets Video Tutorial

The Deco Foil Clear Toner Sheets are made of acetate, which is a non-porous surface. Only certain coloring media will work well in this kind of surfaces, and alcohol ink is one of them. Since crafters usually have permanent coloring markers on hand, I used markers to color the backgrounds for this tutorial. Be sure to experiment and try out alcohol inks directly if you have some in your stash!

Tip: Rubbing alcohol is the only one that will all the alcohol markers and/or inks to dry properly. I have tried this technique with regular alcohol in the past with decent results. Nevertheless, regular alcohol will make alcohol inks feel tacky, will take days to dry completely and won’t activate and move the inks as rubbing alcohol does. The way alcohol inks react with rubbing alcohol is what creates all those interesting patterns and that is what you want to get with every background!

The best part of this technique is that it won’t damage your Clear Designer Toner Sheets or the foiled patterns on it. I recommend that you protect the surface you’re going to work on if you don’t want it to get stained with alcohol inks. Your hands may get stained also, but you can avoid that easily with a pair of gloves!

Giveaway Winner

Before I go, I want to announce the winner of my latest Deco Foil giveaway, sponsored by Therm O Web. (This giveaway was happening on my YouTube channel and over at our All Things Decofoil Facebook Group.) And the winner is…

Heather White

Congratulations! You are the winner of this incredible package of Deco Foil goodies. Please send me a message so I can coordinate your prize. Yay!

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To those who joined the fun and participated in this giveaway, THANK YOU! I so appreciate reading your comments and interacting with each of you! We will share more giveaways in the future I’m sure! Just make sure you’re subscribed so you find out whenever we share a new giveaway!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you find today’s tutorial useful! Can’t wait to see what you create with this technique! Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and give this video a big thumbs up! Until next time.

 

 

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Crafty wife and mom / Blogger / Stamp Designer / Lover of all things paper / Deco Foil addict. Find out more about my creative world at www.gracielliedesign.com

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