Tie Dye Awesomeness

March 17, 2016


Hello crafty friends! It's Jess from JessCrafts.com and today I'm sharing a bright fun card with the new Happy Hoppy clear stamp set. I love the fun positive messages in this set. I created this fun tie dye look using Distress Crayons and blending with a little bit of water and my finger. Distress Crayons are no longer water reactive once dry and the paper is quite smooth so you can stamp right on top it. 


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