As the Creative Chemistry 101 class is moving along,
I seem to fall behind. Not only because there is life to live as well,
but because not all my projects look how i think they
should look and i keep trying to get it ok.
BTW did you know that you can still enter the class if you want?
And than you have a lifetime of watching all the videos and
trying the techniques.
The 5th lesson Tim Holtz is teaching us all about distress stains.
Working with distress stain on kraft resist paper.
That is just a wonderful technique and this is the result
of my playing with some of the sewing stamps.
Working with the white "picket fence"distress stain.
It was not quite what I expected. Even though iIdried
ot pretty quick, id did not show up as crisp as I thought it would.
The right one was the first one and I did not like it much,
but the left one came out much better.
A marbeling technique with the distress stains.
This way one can create a wonderful background.
Have a creative day!