I wasn't super happy with my first attempt at today's mixability challenge which I'll chalk up to lessons learned! I still had a bunch of papers out on my desk so I tore and layered away. I was out of town for the alter a map piece challenge earlier this week so this time my base piece is a map. You'll have to trust me as most of it ended up covered by my marine image at the end, but you can still see the compass rose sticking out and a bit below my horizontal strip. I used papers from Well Worn dp as well as some cardboard and brick wall embossed Riding Hood Red. After I modge-podged all my pieces on I added some sponging especially on the torn and distressed edges. My image piece was in my stash-I'd watercolored with WCC earlier so I tore and sponged the edges to the size I wanted. I also had the wood grain textured piece that I distressed, tore, and sponged and accented with some chunky twine. I also pulled the sentiment and punched piece from my stash for a recycled re-mix that I'm much happier with!
Date: Friday, March 22, 2013 GMT Views: 871
Registered: March 15, 2012 Location: Alabama Posts: 11086
Fri, Mar 22, 2013 @ 3:32 PM
LOVE it Gail! And I trust you about the map, LOL, no worries! This is such a fantastic masculine birthday card!!! Your distressing is awesome and I LOVE that "chunky" twine! Your background really is cool with all your wonderful DPs too!