When the Lad was in high school, he had to make a book of poetry for his honors English class. He made the cover by decopaging collage photos front and back. But he wanted to the pages to look antiqued, so thanks to Google, we tea stained every page, dried them in the oven, and then singed each one all around the perimeter with a lighter. Talk about a lot of work and some very singed fingers!
This antiquing is much easier. It's all about using Very Vanilla instead of Whisper White, and then using a few neutral shades, in this case, Sahara Sand and Crumb Cake, go give it a faded and highlighted effect. The edge is sponged in Crumb Cake, and then I rubbed the sharp edge of my paper snips around the perimeter of the oval, roughing up the edges to give it a worn and torn look.
Won't you join our CASE-ing Tuesday Fun? Simply create a card based on the below image, and posted it on our Facebook Group. Thank you! And Happy Stamping!
Base: Pool Party, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Layer 1: Early Espresso, 5 1/8" x 3 7/8"
Layer 2: Pool Party, 5" x 3 3/4", embossed with Ruffled Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
Layer 3: Share What You Love Designer Series Paper, 3 3/4"x 3/4"
Layer 4: Vellum Scrap, punched with Leaf Punch
Layer 5: Very Vanilla Layering Circle.
1. On Layer 5, stamp the following images from the Love What You Do Photopolymer Stamp set, part of the Share What you Love early release bundle:
3. Add dimensionals behind Layer 5. Add velum leaves and attach to base.
4. Finish with 3 Share What You Love Artisan Pearls.
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