- Stamps:PSX “Iris” (K-040)
- Stencils: Layering Stencil “Tays” (THS03)
- Inks: Archival “Jet Black”, Distress Markers “Twisted Citron”, “Mustard Seed”, “Milled Lavender”, “Seedless Preserves”, “Chipped Sapphire”; Forest Moss”, “Dusty Concord” and Spiced Marmalade; Distress Spray Stains “Dried Marigold”, “Dusty Concord”. “Stormy Sky”. and “Fossilized Amber”
- Papers: N0. 8 Manila Tag
- Media: Distress Micro Glaze
The Summer of Creative Chemistry is winding up with a brand new series of classes: Creative Chemistry 103! Day 1 of Creative Chemistry 103 was called “Distress Accessories” and included five technique demonstrations. My practice technique tags show Distress DIY Ombre, Distress Highlight Stamping, Distress Off-Set Stamping
Distress Washed Watercolor, and Distress Micro-Glaze Resist:
And to finish the lesson, we were assigned homework: we were challenged to give one of these techniques a try. I decided to go with a combination the Distress Washed Watercolor (using a manila tag instead of watercolor paper - after all, Tim started the class out by challenging us to try these techniques of different substrate media to see what would happen.) and Distress Micro-Glaze resist.
Products used in my homework tag were:
Born in New Jersey, I grew up in Southeastern Ohio. Attended university at Bowling Green State University (B.Sci in biological science, 1964), University of Southern California (M. Sci in biological science, 1967) and University of Florida (Ph. D in zoology, 1971).