The first think I did was ink up the "nature silhouette" blooms from Cornish Heritage Farms and then emboss them in white.
I then used my craft sheet and pounced my shabby shutters and vintage photo inks and then spritzed it with water. I dragged the bottom half of my card through the ink and then gave it a quick heat set.
I wiped my craft sheet then did the same treatment for my top half using "broken china and antique linen".
For a final touch I flicked some water to create some spots on the top half....a cool look.
Finished it off with some treated grungeboard, sentiment and brads.
Here are the deets of the products I used.
Nature Silhouettes (CHF)
Distress ink (broken china, shabby shutters, antique linen, vintage photo) Ranger
Frost white (colorbox ink)
White cardstock (prism)
water mister (ranger)
white embossing powder (CHF)
copper brads (dipped in white embossing powder)
Grungeboard (Tim Holtz)
Make sure you pop around to these other CHF chicks and see what things they created with distress ink! Check out....Julia Stainton ,Lisa Silver ,Kim Hughes,Dawn Lusk,Kristine Reynolds,Alli Miles,Julie Campbell, Lori Craig ,Lesley Langdon,Lisa Strahl