Highlighter pens and Distress Ink!

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Hello All,

So once again i owe my latest challenge to ‘Craft Stamper’ magazine. (August 2012 Issue)

This technique uses Highlighter pens and Distress ink to create a great back ground.

And here is my finished creation. I have to say that i love this card and technique.

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So come on fellow crafters get out those highlighters and have a go!

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I little bit about me and my blog! I am a thirty something married mum of two. I have been lucky enough to marry my best friend and we have been quite an adventure together! We have a gorgeous, intelligent daughter who was born 10 weeks premature weighing (2lb 7oz) and cheeky, cute and loveable adopted son and two business! I love all things crafty (cooking, papercraft, mixed media, crochet etc) and want a place to share and be inspired. I love different styles and love to upcycle and reclaim! I also have some of the best friends a girl could ask for. They share my passion for crafting and you will find some of their projects and blogs featured here Come and join me on this wonderful journey

2 responses »

    • Hi Lyn,

      Of Course i can share (I am a technique junkie too!).
      You use your highlighter pen (or promarker) all over your chosen size of white card and then allow to dry (or dry with heatgun). Then use distress ink heavy on edges and lighter into centre. Original instructions then used sandpaper all over and more distress ink but i didn’t to that as i was happy with result!

      Really Glas you liked the card and technique. Would love to see what you create.

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