This is my second inspirational project for the June challenge of the Country View Challenges: The written words. This is means you have to add text to your cards or any other crafty projects.
My first project was a rusty tag and for that had I made a written tutorial, so now I just add some pics. But you have to know that these pictures belong to another but very similar projects.
And as a protection, I put a layer of Matte Distress Collage Medium.
As for the frame...
I cut out the frame from chipboard and I painted with DecoArt Americana Buttermilk colour. After 2 layers and after drying I inked the edges with Ranger Archival Sepia ink, then I put a thick coat of DecoArt Crackle Glaze on the top.
When it was completely dry, I smeared Ground Espresso ink into the crackles.
The text was written on my laptop, I printed it on a 200 gsm paper and then inked, spritzed and spattered it until I achieved a vintage look. I dried the paper and glued to the back of the frame. And again for sealing, I smeared Micro Glaze on the surface.
And I put together my card.
So if you have a project where you added some text, please join our June challenge because you have a chance to win a £20 voucher.
With my card, I would like to join the Frilly and Funkie challenge: Letter perfect