A few posts down I made a discovery about distress inks combined with water based markers and was so smug about not needing a ton of colours. Well I got the ink applicator and a few more colors and I'm addicted!!!!!!!
However, I'll try this technique again with the markers and ink applicator and tell you how it goes.
This next card was made for mojo's sketch 165 .
Stamped the Knit image from in versamark and embossed with clear ep. Sponged broken china distress ink onto layer.
Sponged some more.
Stamped circle and punched with 1 3/4 punch. Stamped snowflake and added bling.
Had a hard time with the angle...but forced myself to do it so I had to compensate by straightening sentiment from PTI made of snow.
And I just had to ask....does anyone else do this ??? Faux knit layer, snowflake AND sentiment are all stamped on the back of the white paper that tells you what colour your PTI cardstock is. When I put my CS in the hanging folders I couldn't bring myself to throw them away and now I have plain white CS (that works great even in finicky punches) to last me a while !!!
Stamps - Vintage Circles Small and Faux Fun Waltzingmouse, Snowflake serenade and Made of Snow PTI
Paper - Pure Poppy and White PTI, Tempting Turquoise SU
Ink Broken China Distress Ink, PTI Pure poppy
Ribbon Pure poppy saddle stitch PTI, FElt PTI Pure poppy, Martha Stewart coarse glitter in crystal
Spellbinders labels 5 die, PTI Victorian lace border die and limitless layers die