Thursday, July 19, 2018

Let's Get Coloring- CDD Designer Creative Challenge


Hello there!!!
Today, the Craftin' Desert Divas are sharing some tips and inspiration for coloring!
I have learned so much from the talented ladies on this design team!!!
Hope you enjoy my small tip for applying distress ink to your background.

Tip* I use clear contact paper when applying distress inks.
 I ink up the applicator than dab on plastic contact. This allows me to have control of how much I apply, have an even amount of ink on the sponge, and not waste any ink.

The shiny background is where I secure the clear contact paper ( not paper, plastic ). 
This is the stuff we use to cover our kids books for school... 
so I know you have some laying around 😉
I ink up the sponge, dab and swirl on the plastic a few times. Repeat a few times.
I only use the ink on the palstic to reink the sponge. I very rarely need more.
 When I am done, I simply wipe it with a damp paper towel and reuse for the next backround. 
 There are never any blothes of ink!


I used the new stamp set Brighter Days, and added some flowers 
from the stamp set Ladybug Garden.  I die cut the focal point with 
I used worn lipstick distress oxide ink to ink up the background.
The pink dots were made using Copic Markers in shades
RV21, RV13, RV10, RV00.


I colored this adorable bunny in shades E00, E74, E71, E70; RV21, RV13, RV00; 
Y15, Y26, Y21, Y11; YG17, YG05; G000, G00.
 I added some white accents with a gel pen 
and scattered some sequins.

Thanks for stopping by for a peek!!!

Michelle

CDD Products used:





SAKURA-Gelly Roll Pen: Medium. Ice cream smooth gel ink will look great on any writing, journaling, drawing, or doodling project. This ink won't bleed through paper and is waterproof, fade proof and archival. This package contains one Gelly Roll pen with a medium point.



1 comment:

Lisa Elton said...

This is a darling card Michelle!