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You can view the card and comment here, at my gallery: Fall Leaves.
And here's how I made it:
First, I gathered several ink pads (yellow, olive and rust), several markers (yellow, mustard, olive, rust and ruby) and a spray bottle of water. I took my image and inked it up in a light color. I then started to apply darker colors directly on top of the lighter ink (since it was light, it wouldn't hurt my darker ink pads or markers). When I had about three colors on my stamp, I held it away from me and lightly misted the rubber. Then I stamped my image onto Kraft cardstock. The result was both fun and beautiful. And without my markers, this technique would have been near impossible to use.
Using markers is often the only way you can have multiple colors on a solid image. Experiment with your own set of markers and stamps. Think about what parts of each image you could color differently, instead of stamping all in one color. Try it; It's so easy and I know you'll love it.