Monday, August 20, 2018
Distress Spray Stain
Today's card features Antique Linen Distress Spray Stain on nearly all the elements. You can see by the different shades on this card that I started with several different paper colors (white, cream, manila) and applied more or less to achieve different tones.The background (manila) has a heavier layer and looks vintage and stained while the the tag is lightly spritzed white paper and looks totally different! Click here to check out the Distress Stains Cropstop currently has in stock!
For step by step instructions on creating this card: Please visit today's post on the Cropstop Blog!
I would love to see the ways you use Distress Stains so stop by the current link party and showoff any creation that includes a product or two from one of the companies Cropstop carries in the store.
Supplies and Tools:
Dies/Punches: Hello Doily (Sizzix), Tattered Floral (Tim Holtz), 3D Flower (Sizzix), Romantic Vines (Spellbinders), Martha Stewart Border Punch - Eyelet Lace, Fall Foliage (Tim Holtz)
Ink: Antique Linen Distress Spray Stain (Ranger), Ground Espresso Distress Ink (Ranger), Distress Crayons (Spun Sugar/Festive Berries/Twisted Citron/Pine Needles)
Misc. Sponge Daubers, Burlap String
Mixed Media: White Gesso
Stamps: Music Notes Background (Heidi Swapp), All Things Are Possible (Heartfelt)
Stencils: Floral (Tim Hotlz)
This post linked to:
Frilly and Funkie - Back to Nature
Time Out - Bright
Cardz TV - Anything Goes
heARTful Stamping - Anything Goes + a stamp
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes