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Day 2 - Wrinkle Free Distress {Note to self: ck out this blog for more inspiration}

Created for the Tim Holtz Creative Chemistry 101 class. Love how this turned out - looks like a nebula!

must try today- distress resist,perfect pearls

tips and techniques for creating a scrapbook page using a Pearlized Ink Blending Resist. Shows Distress Inks, Mini Misters, Hero Arts s.

- “did you know” that even though distress markers are non-refillable, the brush nib of the distress marker has a back-up replacement?

- “did you know” that even though distress markers are non-refillable, the brush nib of the distress marker has a back-up replacement? Also helpful step by step instructions on water coloring with distress markers.

Background texture using tissue paper and distress inks

background with multi medium, tissue paper and distress stains The Funkie Junkie: Stormy Seas - produces a nice texture for background

Distress with Gesso I love distress ink. Makes for lovely colors. :)

Distress with Gesso: wonderful technique to show blending of distress inks and adding stamped image. Try this as an art journal background!

Great video illustrating the use of Tim Holtz distress inks

Tim Holtz® Distress Ink Techniques

Stampington & Company - Video of the Month - Ranger Distress Ink™ Techniques with Tim Holtz-- these distressed inks are so cool!

Technique: how to make an easy monoprint using a stencil & Distress Inks - tutorial at One Lucky Day

Technique: how to make an easy monoprint using a stencil & Distress Inks - note: esp love the cut lines stencil.

13 Mind-Blowing Things You Can Do With This Magical New Stain | Hometalk

13 Mind-Blowing Things You Can Do With This Magical New Stain

Tutorial: Beautiful Backgrounds with Spring Distress Inks — Tammy Tutterow Designs

Background Basics: Spring Distress Inks

Have you ever made a background for a tag and loved it so much that you couldn’t cover it up and “finish” the tag?

Tammy Tutterow Tutorial: How to Apply and Blend Distress Ink

Tuesday Tutorial: Applying and Blending Distress Ink

Tammy Tutterow Tutorial: How to Apply and Blend Distress Ink.she does a wonderful job of showing you how she does her beautiful blended backgrounds.

By Barbara Strembicki. At right: Distress Inks peeled paint, broken china, & dusty concord. Swipe pads on craft sheet close together but not overlapping. Spritz fairly well. Lay cardstock on ink; tap with fingers. Dry with heat tool. Pat same cardstock piece onto leftover ink ion craft sheet & dry with heat tool. Repeat patting & drying a second & perhaps a third time until you like the piece. At left, Perfect Pearls mist was sprayed on inks on craft sheet before spritzing with water. Video.

Journal Page Background Techniques using Adirondak & Distress inks (China, Paint & Concord) & Jacquard Silk Salts

By Theresa Miers. Background made with Distress re-inkers sprays, a stencil, some sponging, & water flicks. Flower heat embossed with white powder. (Flower stamp from Donna Downey's "Insightful Meadow" set by Unity.) Words & flourish stamped. See more details on her website.

Creative Chemistry 101 – Making Something Of It

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