The first technique involves rubbing distress inks onto a tag using an applicator and then flicking water on it to make splotches.
In the second technique, a stamp was inked with distress inks and then spritzed with water before stamping to get a watercolor effect.
The third technique (and our favorite) was to apply the ink directly to a craft sheet, spritz with water, and then press the tag onto it. You can keep adding layers with whatever ink is left on the sheet. We also cheated and added in some drops of distress stain to get some other colors involved.
My son's tag was the best one of all:
Here's another one I did:
If you get a chance, this class is definitely worth it!