22 Responses to “Distressing – Don’t Get Distressed!”

  1. […] it occurred to me that is was an excellent opportunity to talk distressing. I’ve made a separate Distressing Tutorial, and it is the post immediately following this […]

  2. What a beautiful card Sherry!!! Your Distressing ROCKS!!!

  3. Hi Sherry ~ What a wonderful tutorial on distressing :0) Thank you so much for taking all that time to lay it out and take pictures, step by step. I’ve never seen nor used the TH Crackle medium, so I’m now going to have to find it online to use ~ it looks really aged and tattered and I’d love to see how it would look on a dark background, like a chocolate brown. YUMM
    Your tutorial is now going to be printed and put in my Book Of Tutorials, for future reference. {grin}
    Love your work, as always!

  4. This is stunning stunning stunning!!! I can’t say it enough. So inspiring. I’ll get distressed if I don’t get these products! ;0) Thanks for sharing this, :0) Mel

  5. Very well done tutorial. TFS.

  6. Oh Sherry! I love that crackle paint and your tutorial is wonderful. I will definitely give this a try. You are such a inspiration to me.

  7. Sherry, can not thank you enough for making the tutorial so user friendly; it’s easy enough to understand and can not wait to use the scissors for some distressing today.

    Gigi

  8. OMG Sherry, you make Distressed sooooo Beautiful!!! Thanks for a really cool tutorial and gorgeous, gorgeous card. Nancy

  9. what a beautiful card and a great tutorial, thanks so much for sharing!

  10. Oh what a beautiful card! And great directions too! Thanks!

  11. Sherry, thank you so much and can you tell me where you purchased the daubers that you used? I have never seen those and I like the size of them. Great tutorial!

  12. This is awesome information, Sherry! Thank you so much for the links to all the cool stuff. Love the look of that crackle paint. You sure made a beautiful distressed card!

  13. Thanks a kazillion Sherry…..your tutorial really helped. And like, now I feel famous and stuff cos I got my name on your blog. I’m not sure, but I think that was my 15 minutes of fame!!!!! Now I just wanna go play in ink!

    Pamm
    HRSECRZY

  14. beautiful card, Sherry! gotta try my hand at this … maybe over the Christmas break!
    later, alligator!
    – SueB of sueblondin.blogspot.com

  15. Sherry your card is gorgeous! Distressing is one of my favorite techniques and your step by step is fab! Thank you!

  16. Fantastic tutorial Sherry, Beautiful Card!!!

  17. […] More information on the distressing techniques used can be found in my Distressing Tutorial. […]

  18. […] then sponged the edges with Black Soot Distress Ink. (You can find these specific techniques in my Distressing Tutorial). Once these pages have dried, stamp the main images randomly using Black Soot. To add more texture […]

  19. […] Ink over the entire turquoise panel. The bottom panel started out as a manilla shipping tag that I distressed with Adirondack Mountain Rose, Broken China and Scattered Straw inks over. I stamped the blanket […]

  20. A lot of good information here, fantastic layout too.

  21. Hi~

    This is a fabulous multi-tutorial. I love how you showed us many different ways and products to distress paper. I am a “tear-er” myself, but I will try your other ideas. Thank you for being so precise in your wording, and showing so many pitcures. I think that so many people that like to stamp are visual learners…and you made it clear for visual and auditory learners. The people that learn by doing…will do just that. This was a very inspiring tutorial.

    Perhaps this is your forte`?

    His,
    Traci S.

  22. I love to distress with Tim Holtz ink but have not been successful with crackle paint. Will try again thanks to your inspiration.

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