I call this my peeled wallpaper!
Once again I am using My Mind's Eye paper (definitely some of my favorite paper). But to create a distressed Wallpaper look, when I tore it I made sure it tore thinly the further it went into the main piece of paper. This way when I inked it, it really took on a peeled look. On the picture below you can see that I used a piece of burlap to back the photo and added some silk florals to the left with a crystal swirly thing (my descriptive terminology) on the right.
On the top left, I used a journal card from My Mind's Eye with some of the favorite things written on it. I added a little glitz with some stickles and stuck in inside one part of the tear. I used some foam stickers behind it to help prop it up a little like it was stuck in the wall. The paper flowerwas from another tutorial I found I found on splitcoast stampers (this is a great resource!click on link for tutorial) and distressed the edges before I wound it up. Used some glossy accents to hold it down and TADA!
These tags were so much fun to make! The smaller one underneath was stamped with a Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous stamp in Fired Brick Distressed Ink and aged around the edges with Vintage Photo Distressed Ink. I added a little metal filigree with some glue and set aside. For the big tag I used a big background stamp that had dictionary style writing on it. I stamped this with versamark and used clear embossing powder over it. Heated it up and let cool. Then I used Vintage Photo Distressed Ink across the embossed tag and used extra on the corners to age it. Then I took a paper towel and wiped the ink off the embossed image and the image just pops out! Little bit of ribbon and a knot at the top and glued them to page! The metal filigree was on clearance at jo-ann fabrics in the jewelry isle.
Supplies: My Mind's Eye paper, manilla tags, Embossing Powder, Distressed Inks, Burlap, Tim Holtz Lost & Found collection paper, ribbon
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