3 Tips For Using Grafix Opaque White Film

Hello, Everyone!

I have done many videos over the last few months using Grafix Opaque White Film. Today I will cover 3 other ways to use alcohol inked backgrounds to create even more interesting looks. I also show how to make the most of the background dies with simple card designs.

1- Die-cutting

I create smooth backgrounds using Grafix opaque white film with alcohol inks. I used a heat tool to blow air on the wet color to move it. Once the background dried, I die cut alphabets from alcohol-inked paper. (It die cuts beautifully) I then adhered the letters using Artistic tac form Grafix to a white panel and added it to my card.

2- Adding Texture

For these tags, I started by spraying salty ocean distress oxide and I let it sit for 10 min to form its shape and move ( it will not dry ) then I added my alcohol ink in top of the distress oxide spray. Alhcolo inks are transparent, so you will be able to see the distress oxide beneath Alcohol ink. I added a coat of Gloss Varnish to protect my background. In the end, I die cut some tags from this cool background and finish it with some embellishments. Now, these tags are ready to be attached to any gift!

3- Stamping

For this project, I started by applying alcohol ink to  Grafix Opaque White Film then I heat set it a bit before adding the stamping. I stamped on my background with the Macaroons stamp set and Satzon black ink. After stamping all the macaroons I fussy cut them and glued them to a string to be hanged! This is an easy DYI project.

I hope you like all the three projects as much as I do! Enjoy watching.