Description: "to use distress techniques on your page. You can sand it, file it, rip it, ink it, tear it or if you donít want to do any of that yourself, there are a lot of papers on the market that have that effect already in it. I also want you to dust off your die cut machines and use them." -----
I distressed the edge of the paper with an old emery board, tore the photo corners, and sanded "claw-marks" into the paper. I die-cut the journalling spot and distressed the edge. The arrow is also die-cut and inked. This was fun! ----- The photos are from our visit to Kuching, where there were cats, both statues and the real thing everywhere. The journalling spot reads "a little bird told me" and the arrow points to a sparrow sitting on the bronze back of the cat statue, which DH and I thought was funny at the time.
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