He also shared a couple of hints on using and storing the Distress Markers. When I first purchased them, I took them out of their plastic container and stood them upright in a jar. They have dual tips and sometimes they seemed a little dry when I used them. Now I see they are meant to be stored on their sides so that each tip stays inked and ready. So I put them back in their original container (lucky for me I still had it) and stored them in a section of my top desk drawer.
I followed Tim's directions pretty close in making my tag. Just changed the images I used and attached the watercolor piece with tiny attachers instead of glue. I also added a little distressed Tim Holtz paper string to the top to add some color and a pen nib for a little dimension.
Here are some photos of the process:
As always, thanks for stopping!