Category Archives: EVO

Paint a pretty pumpkin using alcohol inks and EVO Synthetic paper

Painting on EVO synthetic paper with alcohol inks can usually be very fluid and freeform. We tried our hand at a little more controlled painting by using a tiny paint brush and letting the ink dry a bit between brush strokes. First we created a simple circle shape using a drop of Calabaza Orange Alcohol […]

EVO Synthetic Papers – where imagination and creativity meet

All you need is a little imagination and the creativity will start flowing. This piece, painted on EVO synthetic paper, came together over a few days. We love how the white ink lays on the paper creating a divide between the pink and purple inks. Want to play with alcohol inks but don’t know where […]

Playing with EVO Synthetic Paper – Ink Smooshing

It’s really difficult to achieve identical looks when creating on EVO synthetic paper. Each EVO piece is unique and we love that! Our paper is so smooth that the ink can flow in unpredictable ways. The more you play and understand how to paint on EVO the more you can control the outcome. For this […]

EVO Synthetic paper – Create Bright, Beautiful and Unique Projects

Remember this EVO background? We create this gorgeous piece last month and just keep staring at it. The green, yellow and orange colors have the feel of leaves changing colors. Aha! Inspiration strikes again. We decided to turn this piece of art into this colorful THANKS card. We love the gradient look on the original […]

Creating ‘One in a MELON’ Projects with EVO

Hello! Playing with watermelon color ink on EVO got us all inspired. Sometimes projects are inspired by color. To create these three cards we started with EVO and a little alcohol ink. The backgrounds were painted, spritzed, colored, and stamped.  The painted backgrounds started to take on a watermelon vibe. We pushed that look a […]

EVO Background Art using Bubble Wrap

Hello! Welcome back friends. This week we are painting on EVO Synthetic Paper using alcohol ink and bubble wrap. Yes, bubble wrap! It’s an interesting “tool” to use but we are loving the various end results. First we started with two colors of Alcohol Ink: Piñata Señorita Magenta and Tim Holtz Sunshine Yellow. We mixed […]