Gesso, Spray Ink, and a Gelli Printing Plate. To see a mini tutorial for creating these unique backgrounds, stop by the Cropstop blog.
#1 Leaf Background using: Ranger Leaf Stencil with Ranger Cut Grass Spray Ink
#2 Elegant Background using: Heidi Swapp Blush color Shine with Tim Holtz Flourish Stencil
#3 Measuring Tape Background using: A Muse Lemon Whip Spash with Tim Holtz Measure Stencil
black soot distress ink on one of my new textured backgrounds. I colored it with Prismacolor pencils and distressed the edges with the Tonic Studios Paper Distresser. I layered it on distressed black cardstock and a Postage Stamp die cut (Spellbinders Nestabilities). In the corner I added some Petaloo blooms and decorated the inside with Washi tape and a sentiment cut with Momento dies.
black soot distress ink and colored it with Prismacolor pencils. I used the Tonic Studios Paper Distresser on both the top two pieces and layered them on a scallopped square die cut (Spellbinders Nestabilities). Three tiny pearls complete the front of this pretty pastel card.
Washi Tape. I’d love to see how you add texture to your cards so stop by the CURRENT CHALLENGE and link up your projects that use products from companies Cropstop carries.
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