Welcome back to Part 3 of my little series on using distress inks. I have no idea what prompted me to do this but I am sure am having fun finding different ways to use them. Today’s card uses a white crayon. Yup, that’s it. I went into my son’s stash and found a crayon! Since I am spotlighting distress inks, I thought it only fitting that I use the Limited Edition Fall Distress Inks… The colors ARE GORGEOUS! They are currently in stock at Simon Says Stamp, but won’t be for long.
I stamped the grid background in Gathered Twigs and heat embossed the wreath of leaves in white. I then took my crayon and randomly colored in circles and then applied two different shades of inks over the top (Ripe Persimmon and Seedless Preserves). Another thing I want to try is outlining an image with the crayon, I bet that would look fantastic. I’m on it!
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Love the composition of this one, and the colors!
Beautifully done Laurel! I really love those colours! I just quickly popped over to SSS and got myself a set of those inks as I have been looking for them! So thanks for mentioning that they had them in stock!
This is beautiful! Great job girly! Love the colors and technique!
Gorgeous card! You really nailed the technique of resist stamping!
oh my! The colours on this are gorgeous!! WHY DIDN”T I BUY SOME OF THOSE INKS?! #sob #stupidmortgage lol!
I love the colors of this one! It’s amazing, thanks for showing us all these possibilities Laurel!