Then I brushed a combination of Picket Fence, Antique Linen and Tattered Rose Distress Paints over the top. It was resisted by the areas covered in petroleum jelly to reveal the ink underneath. By heat setting the paint with a heat gun it allowed the jelly to be dissolved.
And here are some close ups of the finished card...
I hope you've got some ideas from this tutorial and feel inspired to get creating yourselves this weekend. The links for all the products used on this card are listed below with links to The Funkie Junkie Boutique.
Don't forget, the current Frilly and Funkie challenge 'A Haunting Halloween' is looking for Halloween themed vintage and shabby chic projects and there are prizes up for grabs so make sure you enter. And we'll be back on Monday September 29th to announce the winners of the last challenge - did you win?
Have a great weekend and take care of yourselves,