Hi everyone! It's the middle of the month and with that comes a new challenge at Scrap Africa. It's all about Distressing with a Difference this month. The distressing needs to be done with household items and you need to tell us what you''ve used in your blog post.
I have used the beautiful Prima 'Something Blue' collection from The Scrapbook Store for my example layout. The photos are of my friend's little guy. Isn't he just the cutest?. :)
My distressing was achieved using masking tape, a torn cardboard box, tea on some of the flowers and the muslin, and all the paper edges were distressed using a pair of scissors. Here's a close up of my flower cluster which includes the muslin and ink distressed cardstock leaves.
Prima 'Everyday Vintage' collection. I've added torn strips of masking tape to add to the distressed look.
Tim Holtz 'Bubble' stencil with some texture paste on the background and more torn masking tape and a piece of torn cardboard box.
wood veneer scrap words are from the TSS chipboard collection.
wood veneer title from WOW.
Thank you for visiting my blog. Have a wonderful Easter weekend!
Until next time.