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We're loving Flora and Fauna's new release. This is one of our favorite sets.


We're ready for spring! We're in love with Flora and Fauna's new pencil set. .We started this project by creating a colorful background using Ranger's Distress Oxide Inks. Have you tried the new blending brushes? They're amazing to work with.  We splattered the background with white ink using a splatter brush. The white ink really pops just like the words that are embossed with white embossing powder. We didn't want a white outline around our flowers like you get when you diecut so we cut them out with a detail scissors, a must have if you want to cut fine detail.  We then watercolored the flowers using the same ink. Watercoloring with Distress Inks gives you a more traditional watercolor effect. Do this by daubing a bit of distress ink on a surface like freezer paper and then use your waterbrush to pick up the color and paint. 




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