I've been fascinated for a while with edge distressing and how to get justthe right look. Sometimes though I need it done quickly over how it looks. I ventured to try out some different techniques and share it in a video using scissors, ruler, an edge distressing tool and water.
I've shared some ways to distress your edges now it's your turn to show off this style on your next creation!
What is your favorite edge distressing technique?
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Blog: Rain Puddles Design
Visit the Stampendous blogthis week for some fantastic DT creations using new products from their catalog release!
Stamps: Cling Special Delivery CRM269, Christmas Background CRR144, Scripty Blessings CRH287 (Stampendous!)
Paper: Ginko cardstock (Mohawk), Cream cream (Wausau), kraft wrapping paper, Kraft cardstock (Mohawk)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento, Tsukineko), Garden Green (Stampin' Up), Tea Dye (Ranger)
Accessories: Aged Green Embossing Enamel (Stampendous), Gilded Mica Fragment (Stampendous), Paper Rosette die (Ranger), Corner Chomper (WRMK), scissors and aqua pen distressing, Mr. Mister with Chocolate reinker and water, Round Binder edge punch (EK Success)