Hi guys! If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook or Instagram or whatever social networking site…… You know I got my Distress Markers this weekend! I didn’t have much time to play with them because of Easter weekend and lots of family activities, but this morning I got some time! I LOVE THEM! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE them!!!! They are so fun! I love my distress inks so it goes without saying, I am equally in love with the markers. I put together a little Technique video for you all. I hope you find it helpful! Now, I am a novice to these, so I would love to see what YOU create with your markers and techniques you have, so share, share, SHARE! 🙂 You can watch my video here or over on my youtube channel!
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I loved the video! It has lots of techniques and all they are wonderful! I don’t have any distress markers to try all this but well… you’re my number one enabler… sigh! 😉
Superb video Laurel. Love all the different techniques you shared in the video. I really like to try the stamping and coloring of the floral stamps….TFS
Great video, Laurel! Loved seeing all the different and fun ways to use these markers! 🙂
I always enjoy watching your Experiement with New things you got! 🙂 That hero arts’ flower stamp came out beautifully, and the second generation also! 🙂
You had me at “Technique Video” and always do, especially when sharing new products and your experimental techniques….loved this! Did NOT seem long at all, keep ’em coming! Thanks for all of your inspiration and bright personality, really love your blog!
Loved your video!! I especially love the water flicking technique! How fun! Oh and THANKS for explaining the difference between copics and the distress markers!!!
Great video Laurel! They are always so helpful. Thank you!!! ~Sophia
thanks for the video- I have the full set and use them heaps- but I will use them more now- I stamp an image sometimes embossing it and just colour around the edge then water pen dilute to the centre of the image to get a sort of watercolour effect
Enjoyed your video. I haven’t got my distress markers yet, but when I do I’ll be having fun creating thanks to your video.
If this video doesn’t encourage me as to why I need, rather than want these markers…well