26 March 2012

Day6: Chemistry 101

 

First of all... I don't have distress markers at all...
It will take quite while to have all distress markers. (I estimate it'll take at lest one year, since it took 3 years to have all distress ink pad and I still have been a work on process for collecting re-inkers & stains.)
It's apparently problems!! BUT I improvised ... any how...
I used "Markers for children"! (.... quite embarrassing... )
they're very bad quality....! though they still worked ...kind of "OK"....
.... hope Tim allows me to use this bad stuff on his class... sorry Tim.
anyway, I've never done these techniques before, so, I have discovered couple of new things again!

  

To apply markers directly on dry paper and all blended marker techniques are VERY NEW to me.
Because I used BAD quality of markers, fabric came off from pen nibs..
so... some of them look dusty, but at least I've learnt new techniques today!


I personally like "on dry paper" and "blended from craft sheet".


Thank you very much for visiting my blog.

7 comments:

The Paper T'Art said...

Oh, I do love what you've done with your tags :-) I think the idea is to experiment and have fun - and you're not the only one who doesn't have any distress markers yet. I have some 'children's markers' ... you've given me a great idea to try them myself.
Janie (aka The Paper T'art)

Winnie said...

Oh my how adorable! I could see those made into flash cards for kids..So vibrant and happy feeling. I love that you did the techniques without the markers and got to see properties in these that you may not have without trying. Worked great.

Creatique Candy said...

I LOVE what you did with these tags! Seeing your substitute in learning the technique is really exciting to me. TFS very much!

Sue said...

As T1m has said, it's all about experimenting, trying new things, stretching our wings! Those of us without Distress markers are finding mew uses for the markers we DO have!

Your tags are adorable!

Annette Green said...

Well, aren't these adorable!

kathy/North Carolina said...

I really like your tags! The colors are vibrant...and you did such a good job of blending. Much better success than I had trying my Zig markers.

ceparie said...

A+

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