Not really inks or markers, distress crayons have made their mark in crafting. They create a vibrant color effect. They are water reactive pigments. They are different from distress inks in that you color directly on the surface and blend with water. The great thing about this product is that once dry, you layer other inks on top of them. They come in three sets of six crayons. The color match your Ranger distress inks.
What Can You Do With Distress Crayons?
- Use them with a stencil-simply scribble a little color on a nonstick craft sheet. Pick it up with a blending tool. Apply to the stencil. Remember when using stencils to stick them down with a piece of tape
- Use them with a water brush -scribble some color on your non stick craft sheet. Use a water color brush to create variations in color by adding water to the crayon scribble
- Smudge them with your finger
- Scribble them on card stock. Spray with a little water. Blot with a paper towel to create a background paper, Allow to dry. You can then stamp over the image