Aged And Distressed

Amongst May’s DT Product Package from The Altered Element , I received some Crafty Notions Rusting Powder.  This powder can be used on textiles, papers  and other surfaces. I  suggest you experiment and see what surface works best for you. There are only a few steps required when using this powder:-

1. Apply Gel Medium or craft adhesive to the surface. 2. Tap off any excess. 3. Spray water or white vinegar onto the surface. 4. Leave for approx 10-15 mins. 5. More water or vinegar can be sprayed to intensive the result.

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12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Crafty Dawn
    Jun 03, 2010 @ 16:30:27

    you know i love texture lol

    love Dawn xx

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  2. alcoholinky
    Jun 03, 2010 @ 17:33:41

    fabulous effect Lynne. I’d need to have a go with that!

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  3. craftytrog
    Jun 03, 2010 @ 17:40:14

    Wonderful! Looks like it has come out of a rusty old box from the past! x

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  4. Marie Lost Bird Studio
    Jun 03, 2010 @ 19:23:48

    Hi Lynne,
    ooh, I just love this! That effect is yummi.
    Need that powder.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Hugs
    Marie

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  5. Marie Lost Bird Studio
    Jun 03, 2010 @ 19:25:43

    Sorry, but I was so blown away forgot to thank you for sharing.

    Reply

  6. Chris
    Jun 03, 2010 @ 20:39:23

    This is fab, Lynne. I absolutely love it. the colours, the vintage feel, the overall distressed look. It’s just wonderful.

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  7. Christine N
    Jun 04, 2010 @ 01:48:55

    Wow, that is great stuff! Such a beautiful project!

    Blessings,
    Christine

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  8. Jeanie g
    Jun 04, 2010 @ 23:07:38

    I love the effect from this powder. “Can I get at the Altered Element site”? she mumbles as she quickly looks it up. lol

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  9. Penny
    Jun 09, 2010 @ 17:07:23

    That’s LOVELY!!!

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  10. Penny
    Jun 13, 2010 @ 00:27:37

    Wow! That’s impressive stuff – I love how that corrugated cardboard looks (that’s what it is, right?) and even zoomed in on the picture to see more of it. Great for a vintage look!!

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  11. Kathryn Nowosielski
    Jun 13, 2010 @ 04:55:01

    Oh!! Love this!! I need more instruction, though. I have questions on the order of the technique. Is there a site to visit? Appreciate your reply.
    kat

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  12. Penny
    Jun 30, 2010 @ 16:04:44

    I love this Lynne, it’s really really beautiful. All those layers, and it’s in my favourite colours too

    Reply

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