Playing with Zigs

I visited my crafty friend, Anne-Marie, the other week, and we had a play with my Zig markers and different watercolour papers. We found a HUGE difference in the way the Zigs behave on different cardstocks, and with different techniques. This card, for example, took me AGES, because the Zigs just did not want to blend  - they just stuck like glue to the cardstock and did not want to move at all.  Lesson learned! 

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Aileen Ryan said...

Even though the colours didnt want to move, you have made a beautiful card with wonderful colours. Love it. I did the old stamped a million images onto watercolour paper from Tim Holtz to find the zigs didnt move at all. Found better paper for it but non as white as that TH. Shame

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