Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Distressing Techniques - by Christina

From Chris: Simple distressing techniques can add a lot to your page. These are two of my favorite things to do. I always fall back on these when I think my project needs something.



9 comments:

  1. Chris! This is soooo beautiful!!!! And that picture is so lovely and sweet.

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  2. Beautiful layout and picture. I have that distressing tool, but have never been able to use it just right . . . but you have done a great job. May have to pull it out and work with it some more. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. Beautiful layout and picture. I have that distressing tool, but have never been able to use it just right . . . but you have done a great job. May have to pull it out and work with it some more. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. Fantastic LO!! My favorite techniques are distressing and stamping.

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  5. Beautiful! I love distressing my edges with ink and a paper distresser...so easy and lots of impact. I NEED to find a place to put my sewing machine, I miss using it all the time! Great LO!

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  6. Gorgeous! My favorite currently is stamping and coloring images. Trying to learn how to do it better and better. I love the distressing techniques you've shown. TFS!

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  7. What a beautiful layout! I'm determined to join the Tim Holtz school of distressing. Before that, though, I'd like to get a better grip on my rubber stamp coloring...

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