I cannot get enough of these Sketch Ranunculus from Simon Says Stamp. I embossed them with Ranger Liquid Platinum on the Tim Holtz heavy card stock tag and then I applied Distress ink (barn door, wild honey, ripe persimmon, twisted citron, crushed olive, shabby shutters, ground espresso).
Today I tested Distress Crayons and Inks on some leaves cut from wood. Some surfaces yielded better things than others.
Creative Chemistry 103 explored another way to use Distress Crayons as a resist. The interesting thing is that one of the ways you can apply the crayons is as watercolor paint but after the crayons are dry, they can function as a resist against Distress Ink so you can ink right over the image and add water as you would to many Distress Ink techniques without it reacting to the image.