Wednesday 2 November 2016

Distress those edges!

It is new challenge time at I love promarkers today and this time we want you to distress those edges! We are sponsored by  IKEsART digis and I have used Muse 3.

I used Core’dinations card, which I embossed and then sanded back. I also ran the edge of my scalpel blade down the edges of the card to distress right down the edges. I used card with very obvious core colours so that the distress effect is very obvious. Obviously the image was coloured with Promarkers, but I forgot to record which ones I used – I know Satin was in there as was Umber, but the rest I cannot remember unfortunately.
This card was also inspired by the following challenges:
 Simon Says Monday - Anything Goes
Digi Chooseday - Anything Goes
Fussy and Fancy #175 Shades of Autumn

And here is my new WIP at six hours, and not too far off being finished:

Thank you for looking,

Hugz Tinz


  1. Beautiful image and great colouring-all my flesh tone promarkers have run out together good job I had a few images done -love the cross stitching funnily enough my daughter has just said she would like to get into cross stitching-a little late as I have just given two sets away oops
    Carol x

    1. That's just typical lol - on both counts!
      Hugz Tinz

  2. Fabulous card - I really love that distressed/embossed background. What a gorgeous effect.
    Your cross stitch looks lovely - is it part of something bigger ? :-D
    Thank you for using my image and it is a pleasure to Sponsor you all.

    IKE x

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    1. I really enjoyed using the image, especially as it is not the sort of thing I would usually use, so it pushed my imagination! The cross stitch is actually only that size completed - it is a mini kit and is almost completed now - just a little bit of backstitch to finish!
      Hugz Tinz

  3. Pretty card! Thanks so much for joining us at Digi Choosday xoxoxo


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