For the background I used Tim Holtz Distress inks with some water.. I love to work with distress inks because distress inks really shine above other dye inks when it comes to ink blending. The colors mix beautifully and can be applied lightly or layered together for a rich, deep background. To create blended ink background, pick up ink from Distress Ink Pad using a sponge or a foam blending tool. Working in circular motions and apply ink to the Surface.
I colored images with Tim Holtz Distress Markers. Distress Markers are water-based inks, which you can use in different ways, to get wonderful effects on your stamping and other paper-craft Projects. They are designed to co-ordinate with all the other Distress Ink products, such as the ink pads and distress stains.
I also used My favorite Things Dies to create interesting panel. More MFT Products you can find in the shop
On this project I used:
–Tim Holtz Distress inks: Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Seedless Preserves, Dusty Concord, Pumice Stone
–Tim Holtz Distress Markers :Mowed Lawn, Salty Ocean, Spun Sugar, Pumice Stone
Untill next time!
I would like to add my card on the following challenges:
1.Word Art Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes
2.Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – Summer Garden
3.Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge #Eleven (Garden-Ink Splatters-Inlaid Design)
4.AAA Cards Challenge – Watercolours
5.Penny Black and More June Challenge -Flower Power
6.Addicted To The Stamps and More Challenge – Make Your Mark