Monday, May 21, 2012

Quick Card Distressing

The distressing challenge at Heart 2 Heart brings out the distressing tools: Sponges for inking, scissors for edge scraping, edge distresser, Spray Pen for scrunching, and those amazing texture tools.

I used the Quick Card-Butterfly for my distressing project. The edges of all the pieces are edged with Desert Sand ink to give it a vintage look. The sentiment has torn edges all around and inked with the Desert Sand. The torn edges are rolled for added distressing.  The edges of the colonial white mat are scissor distressed and inked with Desert Sand. The cut out butterfly is also scissor distressed and inked with Desert Sand. I used the spray pen with water to distress the seam binding ribbon to give it a vintage look.
Now grab your distressing tools and show us your amazing distressed project 
CTMH Supplies: 
B&T Duos: Roxie, (Wings & Mayberry - retired)
Cardstock: Colonial White
Ink: Sweet Leaf, Honey, Desert Sand, Smoothie
Stamps: Quick Card-Butterfly
Embellishments: Seam Binding Ribbon, Pin Clips
Pattern: Pieced Together from Wishes


Eva Friesen said...

Very Pretty! Love the distressing! Great job!

Jody Gustafson said...

Just checking how the messages go through

Allisa said...

Love how you separated the saying from the stamp. Thanks for playing with us at H2H!

Haley D. said...

So pretty! I love how you fussy cut and layered the butterfly. Thanks for joining us at H2H.

Mary Gunn FUNN said...

Jody - you really got down with your distressing! Thanks for playing H2H!