Clean and simple AND alcohol inks - simples! I stamped the sentiment (from Hero Arts Anytime Messages) directly onto a white card blank and added a bit of ribbon. Then I coloured some glossy paper with Shell Pink and Red Pepper Alcohol Inks, stamped the butterfly (Clear Choice 20 Best Friends stamps) in Black Onyx Versafine and clear embossed. Cut it out and popped it on the top.
I added two colours of Alcohol inks (Citrus and Pool) to the felt on an applicator, keeping them far enough apart that they didn't bleed into each other, then dragged the applicator across a piece of glossy card to create a duo coloured stripe. Stamped the Greeting (SU) and the butterfly (ISC) with Memories Black ink, then embossed them with clear powder while still wet. Coloured another piece of glossy card with the same alcohol inks, then stamped and embossed the butterfly again; cut it out and attached it over the top of the original one, using double sided foam tape, revealing antennae underneath it. Added three citrus brads under stripe to balance the design, then layered onto turquoise card and white card.
I used Claudine Hellmuth sticky back canvas and dropped blending solution on a piece then some cool peri alcohol inks which spread making shades of purples and pinks. I've also smudged patches of a metallic gold reinker on for some glam. I've used more alcohol inks (pink sherbet & cool peri) on glossy card and ran through the cuttlebug and stamped sentiment on a blue & purple piece.
I used a white gloss cardstock ( Astrolux) and Ranger Alochol inks from the Rainbow collection.
Using a non-stick worksheet to protect my worktop, I dropped very small puddles of different inks and a light smattering of blending solution onto the card, then blew it around through a straw. When is was mostly dry, I placed an absorbent paper on top and blotted it then 'polished' it with kitchen roll.
I then stamped on it with Versafine black and the three different stamps you see.
I then heat-set it and mounted it on silver and Bazzil with two different types of ribbon to finish off. The verse is mine - you're welcome to use it!