I love doing a peeling wallpaper background and faux notebook paper!
I made the notebook paper by watercolor my image onto Vanilla cs, then carefully drew lines across it with a Crumb Cake marker. You've got to make sure that you've got those two close together vertical lines just to the left of the spiral notebook holes. Sponge the edges front and back are roll edges every which way and you're done. Very easy!
The peeling wallpaper is two pieces of dsp laid over top each other, then rip off some of the top layer to show the bottom. Ditto sponging both sides of each dsp, then ripping/rolling it to make it look peeled and adhering them both together.
Date: Thursday, December 30, 2010 GMT Views: 4812
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Sat, Jan 01, 2011 @ 3:02 PM
Stunningly beautiful card. This is just my style. Love the peeled wallpaper and it so looks like old wallpaper on the oldest home in This Old House. Beautiful work on the notebook paper. Thanks for giving us directions on how to do that.
Thanks for a wonderful creation.
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