It's time for the latest Stampin' For the Weekend challenge "Distress It". Most of you have a little more free time for getting crafty so I hope you'll play along. If your style is crisp and clean distressing can be a little intimidating but give it a try, you will probably find out that you like it. It's fun to smudge ink on the edges of your paper. OR, if you use a die you can smudge the ink around the inside edge of the die so that when the die is removed it looks like it has a white mat around it. That's what was done on the ornament die for this card. The same ink was used around the edges of the embossed panel. It's your turn, if you're not ready and need a more inspiration stop over at SFTW to see what the rest of the design team has created. When you're finished link up your card. We all want to see it.
Here's the deets:
stamp - Flourishes "Snow Days"
ink - Memento "Tuxedo Black"; Ranger "Antique Linen"
paper - My Favorite Things "Krat" card stock; Cosmo Cricket "More Jolly By Golly - Oh Joy Frosty" dsp
miscellaneous - Prismacolor pencil; Spellbinder's "2011 Heirloom Ornament" die; Tim Holtz "Snow Flurries" embossing folder
Here's the challenges:
Stampin' for the Weekend - Distress It
Merry Monday #49 - sketch
CRAFT #194 - Christmas in February
Charisma #6 - Anything Goes
Tuesday Throw Down #134 - Anything Goes
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