Video Tutorial Monday #11 – Using Distress Inks

Good morning! I’m just popping in to post this morning before leaving for the airport. I can’t wait to get home! It’ll be so nice to be back in Wisconsin for a week or so. Loveeee. Anyways, the idea from today’s tutorial came to me after reading on a couple places on the internet that people have collected the Tim Holtz Distress Inks for the pretty colors but didn’t really know what to do with them. To them I say: watch this video! Hopefully you’ll get a sense of what you can do with them. I show three of my favorite distress ink techniques. Here’s today’s card:

Close-up of the three inking techniques together:

The pretty twine bow. I think it adds the perfect touch. :)

Here’s the video for this week. As always, you can watch it on youtube here. (And make sure to subscribe to my channel! :) )

Supplies: Cardstock- Papertrey Ink (Vintage Cream), Stamps- Hero Arts (CG170 Wildflower Garden), Studio Calico (Grid Stamp), Lawn Fawn (Sophie’s Sentiments), Ink- Ranger (Distress Inks- Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint, Crushed Olive, Dried Marigold, Spiced Marmalade, Worn Lipstick, Mustard Seed, Dusty Concord, Milled Lavender), Tsukineko (Versamark), Embossing Powder- Ranger, Twine- Papertrey Ink, Corner Rounder- WRMK.
Thank you for stopping by for another video tutorial Monday! I have to dash off to catch my flight, but I’ll be posting more pretty things this week. I have one of my new favorite layouts to share with you tomorrow. :)
Love.
Brit

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5 Responses to Video Tutorial Monday #11 – Using Distress Inks

  1. great video Brit! have a great holiday!

  2. Awesome Brit! Love the colors here! Distress inks are quickly becoming a favorite of mine!

  3. Thanks for the great inspiration! These inks are the best, and so are you! Hope you have a great visit home.

  4. Beautiful card and wonderful video! Love it!

  5. Such a puuuuurty card & great video! Thanks for sharing!

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