Then I saw them demonstrated at the Stamperama show last weekend, had a little try, and walked away with a pack of 6 plus 3 singles. It's the vibrancy of colour, the blendability and the smooth feel of the tip that sucked me in.
For this card I used a Concord and 9th flower stamp and Waffle Flower sentiment. The flower was stamped onto textured card and coloured with the Zigs. I did add some tiny drops of Glossy Accents to the big flower middle, but you can barely see them in real life, let alone in the photo!
I also tried colouring the flower using Zigs and spraying it with water:
|Zigs and water
For comparison I also coloured the same image in some different mediums:
|Promarkers (alcohol marker)
|pencils and solvent
I like this stamp coloured by any of these methods ( these panels could well make it onto other cards) but I do think the Zigs give a slightly different look.
I'd like to enter:
Simon Says Stamp floral
Crafting When We Can flowers
Addicted to Stamps cas