I started off with an a4 piece of water colour card, archival ink, stamps, distress crayons and brushos.
I started by stamping the images in archival ink on the water colour card.
Next I sprinkled yellow, leaf green and emerald green brushos on the bottom area of the page and spritzed with water.
This is the result once dried. next I repeated the process in the top of the page using turquoise and ultra-marine. Again I spritzed and dried.
This is what the page looked like then - next I added some colour to the flowers using distress crayons - I added the colour to the small parts of the flower then used a wet brush to drag the colour around.
The flower at the bottom has had the colour dragged whereas the top flower hasn't.
I added green distress crayon to the stalks.
A yellow crayon was added to these flowers and the colour dragged with a wet brush.
This is the final page with all the elements coloured with the distress crayons - I think they work really well with the brushos - what do you think?
I hope this has given you a few ideas about the new distress crayons and also brushos.
Big hugs and thanks for your company!
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