Since I only have white glossy card stock, I thought I'd try this technique with some of my other mica powders. I dabbed three metallic colors with my finger onto the white glossy card stock.I then added yellow and green alcohol inks with a felt applicator.
See how it looks in natural light:
I cut the piece in half and stamped a large leafy flourish with light green Brilliance ink, then over stamped the same leafy flourish with dark green Brilliance ink.
Took dark green card stock and ran it through a Cuttlebug embossing folder and colored the raised areas with the light green Brilliance ink. Then slightly offset the card stock in the same folder and re-embossed it, this time coloring the raised areas with the dark green Brilliance ink.
I stamped a bird image with black Archival ink onto the alcohol background. I also stamped a saying with the same ink and used this ink pad to color the edges.
I used the same leafy flourish stamp to cover a light green card and layered on the embossed card stock and the mica-alcohol colored sheet.
I can see there are lots of possibilities to mixing mica powders with alcohol inks.