The next few cards I make are going to be featuring different techniques with distress inks. If there are any cards that you would like to see video tutorials on, just leave me a comment and let me know.
Everything was made with distress inks with the exception of the black embossing. I “painted” the flower with 3 different shades of distress ink. I distressed a white piece of card stock in Pumice Stone distress ink and inked up Market Street’s Bit of Burlap stamp with the same color. And for the yellow layer, I heavily distressed another piece of white cardstock. The color inspiration came from the latest Color Q Challenge.
Check back with me tomorrow for another card using distress inks!
0 thoughts on “Distress Ink Mania Part 1- Water Color Painting”
Wow Laurel! How you managed to get those colors is just awesome! I totally love that you actually inked everything we see! Beautiful@
Wow! Your card is so amazing! The flower has so much depth! Just beautiful!
Very nice!!!! 🙂
Wow nice job!!
Excellent choice of stamp to make this water-colored like card! I love the mix of colors and shades!
Gorgeous! I love the orange-grey combination 🙂
Lovely card, Laurel! Thanks for joining us at the ColourQ this week.