Distress Markers

Hello.

I have had this watercolor paper die cut with white embossed flowers sitting on my craft table for entirely too long. It was time to put it into action…

So I scribbled over it with messy lines of Distress Markers. Lots of colors – all the blues and greens. Scribbled – easy and messy. Then I sprayed the living daylights out of it with pearlized water (Perfect Pearls + water) and let it dry for quite some time. When I came back? It looked super cool. I love how splotchy and messy it became…

You could skip the Perfect Pearls and just use water for a more subtle look. And for less of the splotchy-look, you could use less water.

That background (great for subtle texture) and greeting are new. Lovey…

  

Quick. Easy. Artsy. Fun!

See you soon. :)

 

53 CommentsCards, Ranger

  1. Sue D

    This came out really cool!

  2. Sherry107

    Just have to say-loving your cards!! I was at Archiver’s the other day -LOOKING for some of the stamps you had used….even the girl behind the counter has been checking your work to run into the store to recreate! Please STOP!! Gonna run out of $$$ soon! (Although I was able to use what I had (mostly!) on trying this one!! Beautiful!!!

  3. Linda gerig

    What colors of the pens did you use? My did not turn out as bright? I only have a few of the. Pens. I used versa mark to emboss with white powder. I think I used stamping up watercolor or hero.not sure. Linda gerig

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