collecting old sheet music and using them on collage projects or cards. Today I am going to share another way to
achieve that aged look without having to make a trip to the flea market or
Products: Cardstock-My Favorite Things; Patterned paper, stamp, tag, chipboard sticker-Pink Paislee; Distress Inks- Tim Holtz/Ranger; Black Ink and sponge applicator- Imagine Crafts; Flowers-Petaloo
To begin, you
will need a sheet music style stamp, cardstock, black and other various colored
ink pads along with a sponge applicator.
particular card, the kraft cardstock was cut to 4” X 4” and then stamped with
the “Jingle Bells” stamp three times in black ink.
Now onto the
aging-process: I’ve selected four
different Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Vintage Photo, Fired Brick, Mustard Seed and
Broken China. Starting with the Vintage
Photo ink, pick up some of the ink with a sponge
applicator or dauber. Swirl the applicator
from the outer edge of the cardstock inward; repeat until all edges have been
process with the remaining three inks:
Next, emboss the
cardstock with a snowflake pattern and then distress the raised areas with the
Vintage Photo ink.
all old sheet music have dog-eared edges or tiny tears, so it’s time to give
our piece of music the same treatment.
Do so by gently crimping the edges with your fingers and/or a
card by attaching the finished sheet music to a 5” X 5” mat and then onto a 6”
X 6” card.
Thank you for joining me today!
Thank you Shellye for joining us this week and sharing two great techniques. If you missed Shellye's easy chalkboard tutorial on yesterday's post, be sure to check it out too!
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Happy Wednesday, see you tomorrow!