So here is the "Mashup" Challenge :
- Make a project featuring "Chipboard (Precut or Diecut )".
- Or Make a project using "Distressing (w/ ink, scissors or the Cutter Tool Kit)".
- Or "Mash it Up" and create a "Distressed Project featuring Chipboard"
For a distressed, vintage card, that picture sure is loud! Yikes. I hope you have your sunglasses handy. I am accepting donations to the "Rita Needs a Photography Class" fund by the way. :)
This week at the Friday Mashup Heidi has a super fun challenge for everyone. If you are like me and put your chipboard up for safekeeping and can't find it, you can just do a card using distressing. If you are more organized and know where your chipboard is, you could mash it up and use chipboard and distressing. Or just chipboard. So many options, right? I love these challenges!
You are getting a lovely sneak peek at some upcoming products from the Occasions Mini and Sale-a-Bration. I'll pause and give you time to gasp and maybe jump up and down a bit.
All done? So yeah, there's awesome new paper and some stamp sets that have matching Framelit dies! This was my first time using them and well... I LOVE THEM! I think I got a bit carried away with my sponging and distressing; I guess I can always say I dropped it in a mud puddle or something. :) Distressing is a great way to get rid of those holiday frustrations, so I highly recommend it this week. Tear, rip, sponge, tear...you get it, right? :)
I hope you'll find the time to come play along with us!
Stamps: Apothecary Art (I always think of the Pottery Barn Apothecary Table episode of Friends) :)
Ink: Soft Suede, Poppy Parade, Pool Party, Lucky Limeade
Paper: Poppy Parade, Pool Party, Lucky Limeade, Everyday Enchantment DSP (SAB), Whisper White
Tools/Accessories: Big Shot, Labels Framelit dies, Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, brayer, cutter kit, sponges, basic pearls