Thursday, March 13, 2014

Distressed

I don't usually care for distressing, but I do like on this technique from Technique Junkies which is supposed to look like a vintage book page.  Along with creating the old, vintage, distressed paper look, the edges of the main image panel are distressed.
Supplies include Vintage Linen Distress ink; Botanicals set from Stampin Up, and some raffia I uncovered in my stash.  (I have been digging up all sorts of out-of-fashion embellies lately and finding a way to use them. It's been quite fun.)
I'm entering this card in these challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Monday, D is for Distress
Loves Rubberstamps #94, shades of green
Word Art Wednesday #123, Anything Goes.

9 comments:

  1. I like it very much. The Poppy is always a winner to me and the distressed book page well, it is super. This is a beautiful work of art and I thank God you shared your talent with us this week at Word Art Wednesday.
    Blessings, Carole

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  2. Lovely design. Very pretty card. Thanks for joining us for our "green" challenge at Loves Rubberstamps.

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  3. This is totally awesome. Thanks for entering the Loves Rubberstamps challenge!

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  4. Love this image and you used it beautifully! Beautiful pop of color on the flower. Thanks for playing along with us in the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

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  5. this is so pretty. Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!!!

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  6. Thanks so much for joining us in our Word Art Wednesday challenge this week. We love having so many beautiful designs showcased like yours each week. We appreciate your support.
    Diane Noble (DT-WAW)

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  7. This is wonderful! Thank you for sharing this in our challenge. It means SO MUCH to us that you take the time to stop by and play along, and I really hope that you will continue to join us.
    God bless you,
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  8. I love the roughed up edges of your book page, great images too. I think that is great that you are digging up old embellishments and using them. I remember when raffia was all the rage. First we had natural and then we needed it in colors!!

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