HI there everyone, and welcome to another Miss You Monday post. I had lots of fun making this weeks card for Sarah. It started because I wanted to use up some of my scraps, and then I got so swept away in inspiration I ended up doing a little stamping, a little sewing, a little homemade-embellishment-making, a little distressing, and a little video-making!!
A few people have asked me what markers I use to colour the stamped images on my cards. I know that copic markers are all the rage right now, but i havent had the pleasure of playing with them yet (maybe when the bank balance allows). But I usually don’t use markers, but instead use my distress inks to colour in stamped images. As I had a few questions in relation to this, what better way to answer them than to show you in a little video…
So here it is: a video showing you a fun technique on how you can colour in stamped images with distress inks and a watercolour brush pen – that I have just discovered is called Aquaflo. These pens are likely the best £4 I have ever spent because i use them ALL the time!! Definitely a must-have tool in your crafting arsenal!
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heroarts raindrops stamp
distress ink: shabby shutters, fired brick, broken china, black soot, tumbled glass
Watercolour brush pen (called Aquaflo)
DCWV adhesive mat stack
october afternoon 12×12 paper
gaia butterfly stamp