Friday, May 25, 2012

Video Clip on distress dictionary pages!

Ok creative peeps, here is your tip I promised on how to make NEW dictionary pages look OLD.

I do not have the best video set up as of yet but I am working on that so that you can have a birds eye view of exactly what I am working on for the next video.

Hope you enjoy.

Please leave me a comment and tell me how you liked this tip.

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  1. Hi Chris, thanks so much for dropping by my blog. I loved this video. I have always used coffee, tea or recently, walnuts from my tree, for staining papers but will definitely try your method. I like it a lot and your video was great! You have great presence. See you soon.

  2. Hello Christie,

    I love your blog's new look! Your video is great! Where do you have a booth? Do you go to estate sales? They are great places to pick up things inexpensively if you want to buy and sell..... Go to and you can sign up to receive e-mail notifications of sales within your area.

  3. Thanks Chris. I teach mix media so I work with lots of inks and sprays and this is just a good basic "base" to start the layering process of a mixed media project.

  4. Thanks Terri. Trent and I have a booth at Bonnie and Friends at the end of 44 right before 42. You need to check it out. There are a bunch of booths there. This is our first month and so far we have done great. It's something that we do together so this was just another part of the "fun" for us. Also, check out Trent and I's blog if you haven't already And I didn't know about so thanks for that tip, I'm going to sign up right now.

  5. Thanks for coming to the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop and for the sweet comment :)

  6. Great tips! Very cool technique. I've never used the distress inks with water and I love the look of your "instant age" technique!

  7. Thanks guys for the sweet comments. I'm working on some more things for the blog so stay tuned!