Here is how Linda from Studio L3 puts challenge #9:
As each week of this series comes to a close, I think I've seen the most wonderful, Tim-inspired art possible, and that it couldn't possibly get any better. And then, it does! I hope you guys are having as much fun creating as I am admiring what you create!
So, let's do it again! Please open your Compendium of Curiosities to page 42, for the Distress Crackle Technique!
You'll note that Tim used both a tinted crackle paint and the clear Rock Candy Crackle in his tutorial, and I've used both in my example above. It's not required that you do this in order to be eligible to win this week's prize, however. As long as you use at least one jar of Distress Crackle Paint, you're good to go!
That Face layout. I created this layout for a few challenges, as listed above. These are photos of Attila the Pom, my fur baby. When he looks at me like that I can't say no to him! lol.
Close-up of the grungeboard arrows that I used the Distress Crackle technique on.
Maria Manuela layout. Here's a bonus layout. This is my mother as a bridesmaid at a wedding. I made this layout for the Scraplifting 101 Challenge - scraplifted Lucky Number Seven by Suzanne S; the Leftover Layouts Challenge - use only scraps even in your background paper; and the Heritage Challenge - use buttons.