hello there bloggers! hope you had a fun weekend. i had a great time at home, did some creating, did some antique shopping, and of course enjoyed simply being home. i appreciate all of the kind comments on the distress stain video and hope you had a chance to watch it and learn a few new things. i definitely enjoy doing videos to share all that i can. another thing i wanted to share way something i found at target this weekend... i've been on the search for something to store my grid-blocks in and with back to school supplies everywhere i stumbled across this cool solution. it's a clear binder pencil pouch that stores all 9 grid-blocks perfectly, and best of all it was only .69 cents! so if you're looking for a convenient way to keep all of your grid-blocks together this is a perfect solution...
i appreciate everyone who takes the time to post a comment on the blog, and to show my appreciation the following winners will not only recieve a few distress stains, but one of my new spiral journals from district market!...t!m
congrats to the following winners - please email me your contact info so we can send your prize out to you!
it's distressing 101 - thanks for so many cool tips all on one video.
can't wait to get inky!
Posted by: Janeen the suburbngypsy | August 11, 2011 at 12:45 AM
Tim...this has got to be your best tutorial yet! I'm so appreciative of your ability to teach - and you do it so well. I love Picket Fence because I have so many papers that I no longer use, and now I can change them!
Posted by: Eileen Turner | August 11, 2011 at 05:33 AM
Love the distress inks!!! I appreciate the start of your video where you explain the difference between the 3 types of inks. Thank you for the clarification!!! A great how-to video!!!!
Posted by: Melanie | August 11, 2011 at 05:38 PM
My favorite thing about Distress Stains is your video! I love it and love these stains. They cover a large area easily, still react with water and I can stamp with them and now I know I can do so much more! Thanks Tim. My favorite color is wild honey. Of course I haven't tried picket fence yet so who knows....it could change my mind.
Posted by: Ruby C | August 12, 2011 at 05:28 PM
Great video! Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
Posted by: Patricia | August 13, 2011 at 12:24 PM
I bought a distress stain when they first came out and fell in love! My 12 year old son watched your video and now he wants me to get all the colors so he can make some tags. He thinks they are the neatest thing and he loved that you can do all sorts of things with them. I just wanted to thank you for being such an inspiration! :)
Posted by: Dawn-Marie | August 14, 2011 at 07:53 AM