These markers are a bit tricky to color with, but I think the image turned out beautiful. I used the Ranger Stamping Paper for the base. Then used Spun Sugar and Victorian Velvet to color her dress. To achieve the shading I just put a small amount of water on the paper before applying the ink. Then I spread the ink with a water brush, and tapped the excess water away with a paper towel to keep the paper from buckling. Here is a close up of the girl.
In this photo, you can see the Prima Cabbage roses were also painted with the Tim Holtz Spun Sugar pen, I put streaks of color onto the roses then used the water brush to spread the ink around. This technique gave the flowers a variegated look.
Here is a video of me demonstrating how to use the Distress Markers to color this image.
Do you have the Distress Markers? If so, how are you using them.
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- Graphic 45: Ladies' Diary "Moment in Time" paper, Lady's Diary Stamp No. 6
- Prima: wooden clock, cabbage roses, mini roses
- Ranger: Tim Holtz Distress Markers: Spun Sugar, Victorian Velvet (Dress & Hat), Aged Mahogany (Hat), Tattered Rose (Skin), Pumice Stone (shadow), Scattered Straw (background)
- Gelly Roll - Crystal Star Glitter pen (hat), gold pen for buttons.
- black card stock