Sheet 2 and insert page.
I started this layer by distressing it with Tea Dye distress ink.
Walnut Stain to ink the edges.
Some Washi tape.
I then stamped the train, from one of my travelling stamp set, with Vintage Photo distress ink.
And used the same ink to distress around the page, using it more heavily in some parts.
I started here by stamping the music sheet on the opposite corners from the It Is Written stamp Set (By Bo Bunny), with Broken China, but I didn’t like the result for what I had in mind,
So, I saved this paper for the reverse, and used Pearlescent Sky Blue instead, then used the shooting star trail from the Work of Art stamp set, stamped with also a Sky Blue, this time from Vivid. I haven’t used these Vivid ink pads in years and I think they no longer even exist.
It was time to distress, and I did it with Tumbled Glass.
Used the same ink to stamp the same shooting star trail on top of my quote.
Then used Chipped Sapphire to ink the edges, going heavily on the opposite corners.
It was time to use the stars mask, that comes in a pack with the hearts mask that I used on the previous page.
I didn’t do a great job…
So, I got the gel pen out and tried to fix it.
And it doesn’t look so bad.
With another stamp from the Work of Art stamp set I stamped randomly on top of the other layers I had stamped before, and on the corners, with the It Is Written stamp Set (By Bo Bunny)
Some Tumbled Glass to distress,
and Chipped Sapphire for the edges.
Still from the Work of Art stamp set, I stamped the sentence three times on the diagonal, plus two times in a faded way on the two other corners.
Then I used the star mask again to spray some Vanilla Shimmer.
Shame that the shimmer doesn’t show on the picture… I need a better camera.
For the other side, I started by distressing my cardstock with the same Tea Dye distress ink I used on the other side, and Vintage Photo to transfer the image from that stencil.
I then used some stamps from the same travelling stamp set I used before, and also the same Vintage Photo distress ink. For the compass I used Brushed Corduroy. And more Vintage Photo for the edges.
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