TAKE NOTE: the cloth is pure white with flower prints. i thought of making them a little bit distressed and dark so i used the walnut ink antiquing solution terra cotta color, sprayed and diluted a small portion ( i cut a portion of the cloth ), dipped it into the basin of the antiquing solution. dried it up and ironed it as well.
see the difference in color.
wrapping time...i used the digital freebie which i won... oops i have to print them out and cut each of them too!
how to? i pressed 2 pictures back to back then used 2 microscopic slides for that back to back pictures, one on each side. for adhering, the diamond glaze worked for me because it was transparent.
i played with the borders here: from left to right, the different borders were "made" with diamond glaze only, diamond glaze with beadazzles, rangers gold detail embossing powder, utee, sepia accent. i tried to experiment using different "sealers". while some were unsuccessful, they were lessons learned. it is only through mistakes that we learn our lessons, right?