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Charity here from Scrappin’; Chaos with a Distressed Journal Cover complete with gold stitched monogram. I made this weathered, canvas beauty for my niece. I completely missed her Birthday and I’m trying to make it up with a “WOW!” Being the oldest, in a house full of boys, she needs a pretty gift that is sturdy enough to withstand the ravages of brothers.

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Step 1:?Place cardboard or canvas between covers of journal to prevent over spray.Step 2:?Measure journal cover. Cut cardstock 1/2” narrower on each edge and punch decorative shapes into the corners. I used the point of a star punch on mine.Step 3:?Mist or paint edges of journal cover with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Dragonfly.

Step 4:Mist cover with light colors, Silk, Shade, Vintage Pink.This colors and preps the surface for the bright colors. I want the bright colors to sit on top, not soak in.

Step 5:Mist or splatter the cover with Tattered Angels Chalkboard Mist Canary, Ruby Slippers, and Valencia. Step 6:Allow to dry 20 min. Rinse with water. Fade is increased by warmer water temps or longer rinsing times.Step 7:Allow to dry. Iron to remove wrinkles.

Step 8:Prep stamp with pigment ink. Add image to cover.Step 9:Leave to dry. I left mine overnight, but pigment ink can be heat set to speed up the process.

Step 10:?Stitch Cord to the cover in the shape of a letter. Be sure to tie a knot in each cord end to control raveling.I used a straight couching stitch at the ends and points, and a zig-zag couching stitch along the length. The cats just HAD to participate in the photo shoot. I had 60 photos by the time they got bored with the process. Here are just a few of the best ones. I’;ll be posting more on my own social media!

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Craft On!~charity hotrum~

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