Welcome back to Part 3 of my little series on using distress inks. I have no idea what prompted me to do this but I am sure am having fun finding different ways to use them. Today’s card uses a white crayon. Yup, that’s it. I went into my son’s stash and found a crayon! Since I am spotlighting distress inks, I thought it only fitting that I use the Limited Edition Fall Distress Inks… The colors ARE GORGEOUS! They are currently in stock at Simon Says Stamp, but won’t be for long.
I stamped the grid background in Gathered Twigs and heat embossed the wreath of leaves in white. I then took my crayon and randomly colored in circles and then applied two different shades of inks over the top (Ripe Persimmon and Seedless Preserves). Another thing I want to try is outlining an image with the crayon, I bet that would look fantastic. I’m on it!
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