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  • Joyce Holleman

    art journal technique with markers, mist, and acrylic block

  • Patricia Robinson-Hofmann

    Elvie Studio: "a simple way to create a "painted background" without having to get your paintbrush out......all you need is your journal, your favorite water-soluble markers (i use tombow brush pens), an acrylic block, and a mini mister."

  • Wintergreen

    'Watercolor' painting technique - markers, water, acrylic block - by Lori Vliegen at Elvi Studio

  • Laura Holm

    elvie studio: inspiration monday marker pen on acrylic block, spritz with water and "stamp" on paper. Do with various colors. She then used gesso for a cool effect!

  • Susie Scrapper

    Lorraines Tip use Faber Castel Big brush marker how to create a lovely art technique with a few simple supplies

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here's a simple way to create a "painted background" without having to get your paintbrush out......all you need is your journal, your favorite water-soluble markers (i use tombow brush pens), an acrylic block, and a mini mister.

technique-acrylic block inking plus gesso then stamp words with black

elvie studio: inspiration monday using Tombo markers, spritzed water and an acrylic block to make your own background!

adding white gives depth. (Links to main blog site rather than to direct page for this entry)

OMG, this is my next project, absolutely love it. One Lucky Day: "Genuine" Fun ( gesso stain distress markers)

Very cool background technique. Stamp music with Distress Ink on "negative" side of EF (the side with the recessed areas). Emboss. Highlight embossing with another color of Distress Ink.

handmade card ... one layer design ... blocks of scribbled color ... silhouette plant stamp on top .. .elegant simplicity ...

Love the flowers but I'm not craft enough to do this so I need to find a genius scrapbooker who also likes this page to recreate it for me since she knows my birthday and I like daisyesque flowers and I repinned this from her pins...

handmade card ... huge roses ... outline embossed in white .,.. color with watercolor technique using Distress Markers ... gorgeous!!!

Acrylic paint transfer - Supplies needed: Acrylic dabbers, photocopy of an image, water spritzer bottle, paintbrush, card stock, craft sheet and heat tool (optional) Apparently the paint in the acrylic dabbers is slightly different to other acrylics as it is more chalky and that's why the transfers work best with these paints.

By Shari Carroll. Uses "Silhouette Grass" stamp by Hero Arts. Stamp grass in VersaMark on white cardstock & emboss in clear powder. Sponge on Distress ink: old paper, weathered wood, scattered straw. Stamp text with pumice stone Distress ink. Buff. Add ribbon & attach to card base.