Kerri created this set of 4 tile coasters using ceramic tiles and pages from an old romance novel that was all torn up. She crinkled the pages and distressed with Tim Holtz (vintage photo) distress ink. To add that worn look to her white ceramic tiles she used her Ranger alcohol inks (carmel, ginger, latte) along with her blending solution to the tile and applied the page to the tile with Mod Podge.
Becci crafted these darling baby shower invitations using old book pages from a thrifted fairy tale book.
Practical Scrapper Lissa created these paper snowflakes from punched circles of old book pages, then misted and glittered them to create a unique background for her page. For complete directions, visit MightyCrafty.
Practical Scrapper Patty used part of a book page for the background of this bookmark. She tore the page to size, mounted it on cardstock, inked the edges and punched a hole in the top for the ribbon. Added the letters and embellies and super simple bookmark complete!
Practical Scrapper Leslii Wagner decoupaged artwork from book pages to make the background for this 12x12 canvas for a friend's entryway.
Practical Scrapper Leslii also decoupaged book pages onto a chipboard word to create a fun Valentine decoration for her home.
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