DIMENSIONAL DISTRESSING

The beauty of Tim Holtz’s Distress Markers is that you have the same Distress Ink colors that you love in a compact and handy size. Instead of having to get the inks out of their pads when you are coloring stamped images, you can get the inks directly on the paper with the markers, and precisely at that. Best of all, since this is the same Distress Ink that in so easy to use, even a beginner can’t make a mistake. Using these markers with watercoloring techniques is easy.

Last week a few of our lovely regulars came by for our Dimensional Cards with Distress Markers class. The ladies were able to learn how to use the markers to advantage and how to create their own 3-dimensional cards.

Rene’ used her favorite colors of blue and green to give her cards that personal touch. Very nicely done!

Martie used careful coloring and cutting to complete her cards. Lucky receiver, whoever that may be. 🙂

Leanne has to be given extra credit for this class since fussy cutting is not exactly a favorite activity of hers. Still, she kept at it with true determination! Good on ya, Leanne!

Nicky did very well with her cards. She intended to give her camel card to a friend, but changed her mind. She’ll keep it instead! Lovely job, Nicky!

A whole lot of thanks goes to these ladies for a fun day. It’s always fun to have you over and we hope you enjoy creating more of these cards at home.

Here’s another take on the dimensional card with Distress Markers and other Distress products using stamps by Creative Hands:

If you want more information on our Dimensional Cards with Distress Markers class, have a look here. You can also call the shop to book your course.

Cheers!

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