Distress Marker Watercolor Resist – Make a Card Monday #244

Hi all!

Today I have another card using Distress Markers and watercolor resist. I just can’t step away from this technique quite yet! It’s so fun! :)

I used the Wooden Plank background stamp on the watercolor paper this time, and added gold foil Thickers to say “Hi.” I hope you enjoy!

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26 Comments
  1. I’m loving these distress ink techniques, don’t have the markers, but many can be adapted to the ink pads. Great card. Thanks!

  2. Clean and simple cards are my favs! Love the soft look of this card. Thanks for the idea!

  3. Love it!

  4. Gorgeous card – love that background stamp with the watercolor resist!

  5. Really pretty card! I like the colors that you chose and the thickers too! Thank you Kristina!

  6. This is really pretty! I love all the different things you can do with Distress inks!

  7. Lovely colour palette! Best thing, my local supplier (in Durban, SA) stocks Tim Holtz in a big way!! Definately gonna give these techniques a bash!!

  8. Great card! Love the watercolor with distress markers!

  9. such a great idea..great card and video!!

  10. I, too, am loving the Distress inks (markers) videos!! So beautiful and easy!!

  11. Couldn’t find the thumbs up button, but I LOVED the video! Thanks for all your inspiration

  12. Beautiful card. Love the colors and texture!!

  13. Where is the thumbs up button on your blog?????
    I love all your cards and follow you every week, love todays technique, can it be done with stampin up markers?
    Thanks for sharing your talent!
    Anita

  14. I want this amazing stamp!!!!

  15. This is a great marker technique and I will try it! Super fun video (you famous blogger ,you;)

  16. Great card and video! Thanks. I love the colours you chose.

  17. Fabulous card! LOVE that background stamp!! Gotta have it!

  18. Don’t have that stamp but I’m going to improvise and try this. It’s gorgeous. Don’t have the letters, but I have some small round sticker cork circles that I can stamp to make the sentiment. This should be fun. Thanks for the inspiration!

  19. love

  20. So beautiful! Thank you!

  21. I LOVE the card. When I saw it in my inbox, I gasped a little bit. The background stamp is awesome and the colors you used add to the worn look.

    Love it!!

  22. Amazing card – I gotta get that stamp and make one just like it. Just thinking about all the color combinations — might just have to try a different background stamp for now.

  23. Beautiful card. Love the colors.

  24. Love, love, love this card! One of my favorites, for sure. I am going to have to buy that background stamp and try this. Thanks for sharing! :-)

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