What happens when you don’t just combine the Distress Oxide and Distress Ink together, but you mix it? You end up with a beautiful mess and colorful fun.
I spent a few hours playing with Distress Oxide inks, and I have mixed feelings about them. However, I have discovered some really exciting attributes of Distress Oxide. Come find out what I discovered!
Have you ever considered Doodling with Stamps? This technique allows you to use your stamps in a whole new way.
Okay, this may not be what you think about when someone says “watercolor”. It is water spreading color around…and the results can be as vibrant or as muted as you would like.
This chalkboard effect using Antiquities Frosted Crystal embossing powder is very fun. I used a black Ranger tag, the Apothecary stamp set, and yellow sidewalk chalk (it’s what I had!). Easy, simple, very cool.
Hey friends! Have I got a fun,get-your-hands-dirty technique for you to try! You may have heard of the “Eroded Metal” technique. It uses the metallic Distress Paints to mimic the look of old eroding metal. Above is the tag I made in class using this technique.