Still feeling festive? We hope so! Dreamweaver and Ranger still have two weeks left of our Festively Distressed collaboration, and we are full of distressing ideas...Tim Holtz' Distress Powder ideas, that is. Mixed with our fabulous line of stencil designs and exciting products, your creativity will know no bounds! If you missed the first two weeks, start HERE and HERE!
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The Dream Team have been challenged for the month of November to create something CAS (clean and simple) for the holidays. The extra challenge is mixing the Distress Powders in for the collaboration with Ranger. Think that it's possible? Well...let's see...
Here's what I came up with
I began by creating my focal image using the Double Glitter technique using Tim Holtz's Distress Embossing powders and the Long Stocking stencil. After the powders are all added to the Double sticky paper you simply heat the image using your Heat Tool as you woud with regular embossing. I used Fired Brick, Peeled Paint, Antique Linen, and Broken China powders.
The sentiment was created by using the Long Merry Christmas stencil and masking off the parts that I didn't want. I sponged through the stencil using Fired Brick Distress ink and a Ranger foam applicator.
The green Core'dinations mat was die cut with Tim Holtz's Baroque die from Sizzix and I edged my papers with Tim's distress inks in Peeled Paint and Antique Linen.
So tell me what you think in your comment below before heading over to the rest of the Dream Team posts:
The Ranger blog is offering another amazing prize opportunity, just for playing along with the Ranger/Tim Holtz Distress Powders and Dreamweaver Stencils and linking your creation on the Ranger blog. You can find more details HERE.