Colouring with Distress Inks
Part 3 Clothes

This is the last video in this series, so I hope you viewed the previous two, for skin and hair

Colouring with Distress Inks Part 3 is all about the clothes, and once you have covered this you will have a little grounding for other images you may want to colour with Distress Inks, or another water based ink.

So in this  video we are going to cover a cool way to water colour the clothes, then once you have finished you will have a delightful topper to add to your cards.

It is a process that I hope you will really enjoy and the results can be stunning.

It should be a hobby that you enjoy and will want to return to time and time again. 

The video tutorials are all created to help you make cards that you can be proud to give.

The other tutorials in this series will show you how to get a good result for any of your characters

Part 1 covered  Skin Tones 
Part 2 covered the Hair

This tutorial is
 Colouring with Distress Inks
 Part 3 Clothes

As with all things the more you practise the more your confidence will grow and the better you will become.

The idea is to enjoy this process, and all aspects of cardmaking, and not become stressed by it all.

This little girl is from Lili of the Valley  and is just one of many beautiful images on their website. There are new ones being added all the time for every season in the calendar.

I promise you ... you will be spoilt for choice.


Colouring with Distress Inks Part 3 

The Distress Inks are wonderful for the skin and hair,  but I have done the clothes using the Big'n Juicy Ink Pads  as the colours are much more vibrant.

Or you can try any Water based ink that you have ...maybe the brand names are different in your country so read the labels carefully.

This child is from the SWALK collection from Crafters Companion

The cards you make should please you just as much as they do the  recipient, and if you make a mistake, don't worry about it, it really doesn't matter.

It is only card and paper and you can chalk it up to experience, relax and  start again. But you will learn from any mistakes that you make and then go on to o things in a much better way the next time.

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