Still playing with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. I only have seven markers (3-pink, 3-green, and one yellow). I had to do a considerable amount of blending and mixing of colors to achieve the colors on this flowers. The flower is from a Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Collection called: Flower Garden. I die cut a scalloped frame from wplus9 from a collection called: Sunshine Layers. Prior to adhering the frame, I used Distress Inks (Scattered Straw, Spiced Marmalade, and Rusty Hinge) to sponge color onto the frame.
Recently I started a Facebook Group called Distress Ink Techniques. I’ve searched Facebook for a long time and could not find a group like this one, so I decided to create the group myself. Most of my work is done in either watercolor or with Distress Inks. We are having a great time in the group and I would encourage you to join us if you love Distress Inks too!!
Distress Ink Techniques Facebook Group
Watercolor Cards is another Facebook Group that I recently created. I really enjoying working with watercolors on smaller sizes of paper. A greeting card is one of the sizes I most enjoy watercoloring. I am hoping to find others who enjoy working with watercolors on smaller sized paper. To join us in the group: Watercolor Cards (Facebook Group).
The stamp used is by Docrafts and is called Wild Rose and has been retired.The stamped image was watercolored with Distress Inks.