I made this sample for a video tutorial on the Power Poppy Blog today - in the video I shared several different ways to use Distress Markers in watercoloring. The card is a twisted easel card - tutorial to come!
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Mon, Jun 16, 2014 @ 4:51 PM
One of the most beautiful cards I have ever seen. Viewing your video, I was totally mesmerized watching you design this entire card and thank you for sharing those spritzing techniques. I could watch you color all day!!!!
P.S. I just ordered this stamp after being inspired by you.
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Mon, Jun 16, 2014 @ 9:57 PM
Dina, I really enjoyed the video tutorial today. So much so, I spent the rest of the day creating a card using my Azaleas stamp and distress markers to create a card. I ended up using my distress markers a little different. I felt I had better luck picking up the color with my water brush and then applying it. After it dried, I added a little more color. Either way they worked well, and I had a throughly enjoyable afternoon. I can't wait to see the twisted easel tutorial. Beautiful card, Dina.
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