I really had not used my Distress Markers, even thought I've had them a couple months, except for little bits here and there, but never water coloring. NOW was my chance. Susan had used the Distress markers and I wasn't the only one who had not used their markers. I loved playing with them and I think I'll do more - love the water color look.
DO NOT USE a Water Based ink to stamp your cards if you are going to use water, so Memento is out. We used Archival Ink to stamp our images. I loved every one of the images. WOW. Even luggage takes on a new look. Susan had the greatest background pages and tapes. In order of stamping, if not completion... ta da!
The World of Reality has its Limits: but the World of Imagination is Boundless
We used Broken China and Rusty Hinge on this gorgeous card. And I am very happy with this.
Every Possibility Begins with the Courage to Imagine...
Image colored with Black Soot and Pumice Stone, Vintage Photo, Broken China and I think the red vest is Barn Door, but don't "quote me."
Enjoy the Journey
You can color the suit cases any color your heart desires, and I did!
The ticket die-cut was stamped with a map stamp. It was great.
Time Fleeting Precious Seconds Moments
I used Vintage Photo for the hat and suit, Bundled Sage on the hat band and vest. I had double-stamped the sentiment in error, but the more I looked at it, the more I liked it.
I hope you liked my efforts. I had a great time!
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