Thursday, November 1, 2012

Squirrely Challenge - Distress Stain Dip

Halloween is over and now it's time to create cards for the Winter holidays. My first offering is a multi-tasked card, as usual. Time also for the monthly Card Sketch over at Club Scrap. This is the sample I created to go along with the sketch. The front of the card was embossed with a Tim Holtz Texture Fade and then highlighted with Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink. I cut a hole using a two inch circle punch to allow the interior panel to be revealed, along with the turkey. ALSO, Nancy has posted a new Squirrely Challenge. This time she asks us to use the Distress Stain Dip technique. The interior panel is glossy cardstock colored using this Technique Junkies technique. The card base, both panels and turkey all use Club Scrap papers from various kits. The turkey was marinated with Distress Stickles in Vintage Photo. Thanks for looking.


  1. I like this sketch! Your dip background turned out fabulous! And, what Berger than a marinated turkey?

  2. Is it ok for me to say that the inside is even cooler than the outside on this card??? Gotta try this technique.