Triple Scratch Faux Linen

Here’s a technique for a background with lots of texture.

Supplies: Glossy White CS, Ink ( I used Ranger Distress Vintage Photo and Aged Mohogany), sponge, 100 grit sandpaper, stamp from Long Time Friend (SU!)

Step #1

Sponge Vintage Photo ink onto Glossy CS


Step #2

Sand across the CS in one direction.


Step #3

Then sand in the other direction.


Step #4

Randomly sponge on another color ink (I used Aged Mohogany).


Step #5

Sand the outer edges.


Step #6

Sponge the outer edge (I used Vintage Photo).


Step #7

You can leave your background the way it is or you can add an image. I used the little flower from Long Time Friend from Su! I stamped it in a diagonal pattern with Vintage Photo ink.




For a look at the card I made using this background go —> HERE

12 responses to “Triple Scratch Faux Linen

  1. What a fabulous background!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. That s so cool! Great technique! Thanks for sharing! Deb

  3. Fantastic!! Thanks for the inspiration!


  4. Jeanne, I love seeing this tutorial. Thanks for posting it.

  5. This is fierce! I’ll have to give it a try!

  6. Thanks for the detailed info for the technique. Neat. Great card you made with the bg.

    Bev J.

  7. Your background looks amazing! Thanks for all of the deets!

  8. WOW!!! This seriously looks like a patterned paper that you can buy right off the rack 🙂 Great way to make those stampin’ & scrap dollars stretch without it looking like you did! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  9. wow! Such a nice background with so little effort! Really nice! Thanks for sharing!

  10. very cool technique, tfs!

  11. Gorgeous! I love your tuts!

  12. Здорово, надо будет попробовать!!!

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