Judy has us doing wrinkle free distress - again. For me, it's the first time. I don't remember ever doing this. And I don't know why my paper didn't get fully covered, so I'm being distress free!!!
Using MISTI, I first colored the tree with DI markers, huffed & stamped. I did the grass, then the trunks (Gathered Twigs), then the leaves with Peeled Paint & Mowed Lawn. Then I stamped the deer coloring the stamp (GT) & huffing.
This was fun to do & someday I will do it again. Thanks Judy for 'pushing' me!
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Date: Monday, May 7, 2018 GMT Views: 431
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 100846
Mon, May 07, 2018 @ 1:29 PM
I think if you want full coverage it takes two or three smooshes onto the mat, but you need to let it dry each time. And for distress, it's all about the randomness so I always think open spaces in it work well anyway. I think you chose great colours for a background for your sweet country scene.
Registered: February 23, 2016 Location: El Paso, TX Posts: 10756
Mon, May 07, 2018 @ 2:21 PM
Full coverage entails dipping and drying multiple times but sometimes less is more and your white spaces work equally well with the scene you created. Personnally, I tend to go overboard the other way ( often spritzing and dipping a dozen times or MORE) Your version is probably easier to work with in the long run!!
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