Today I used some emboss resist on top of a flower that is not solid. So, in order to get covereage of my Versamark ink for the embossing, I used a Versamarker. It worked great, which kind of surprised me a little, lol! I’ve used this marker before and didn’t like it – years ago! Maybe I was doing it wrong before, I don’t know. Oh, well.
I used my favorite 90 lb watercolor paper. It’s the perfect thickness. I mention this in the video, but for those of you having trouble with getting those rectangle marks from your ink applicator, use watercolor paper – it works like a charm – no marks.
Anyway, hope you’re having a great summer. Enjoy the video!
- Stampin’ Up! Fabulous Florets Stamp Set
- Stampin’ Up! Secret Garden Stamp Set
- Stampin’ Up! Label Love (also available in clear-mount)
- Impression Obsession Herringbone Background Stamp
- Tim Holtz Distress Ink Markers: More Mustard, Spiced Marmalade, Weathered Wood, and Shabby Shutters
- Tim Holtz Broken China and Peeled Paint distress inks
- Versamarker Watermark Pen
- Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
- VersaFine Black Ink
- Black embroidery thread
- Aqua Painter
- Stampin’ Up! Stamp-a-ma-jig
- Ink Blending Tool
- Stampin’ Up! Artisan Label Punch (matches Label Love)