Faux Wood Tutorial

Hey there everyone!! It's that time again for me to show you a very simple tip on creating "faux wood" using Donna Salazar products. 

First, you will need the label paper.

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Next, all you have to do is to drag the Mix'd Media Inx from the top to the bottom. Hold it at an angle and drag to create the "faux wood" look. 

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Then, scrunch the paper. 

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I pleated the paper and sew it to secure the pleats. 

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To give the doily a lil color, I used the Smooch Spritz. Just to tone tone down the white.

Here's my layout...

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For this layout, it is fairly simple to put it all together. Just layer the papers, do distressing by using Donna's fab machine called "Distrezz-It-All", position the papers and you are pretty much done.

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Here's the close-up of the flower and "build you own bling". I have to tell you that I am very impressed with the blings because it is so easy to play around with it. It's not sticky and it is super easy to reposition them if you change your mind. 

More close-up shots: 
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This cutie is Leena''s son, Ethan. He is such a cute-goofy-very entertaining lil guy. Love chatting with this lad! Totally adore this pic of us so got to scrap it. Hope to meet up with him soon :)

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It has been a while I last created a shabby chic looking layout. So please be kind ya. Lol.
Hope you enjoyed today's post & thank you for coming by!

Products used:

Paper:
GCD Studios: Botanique
GCD Studios: Mix'd Media Stax

Ink:
Clearsnap: Mix'd Media Inx - Leather

Color:
Clearsnap: Smooch Spritz - Cashmere

Die:
Spellbinders: Carnation Creations 

Tool/Machine:

Other:
Want2Scrap: Le Creme Pearls

Martha Stewart border punch
Technique Tuesday stamp
Doily


Xoxo
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p/s: come stand a chance to win the mix'd media inx HERE :)



16 comments:

Lynnda Hosni said...

wow wow... this is totally my fave!!! I love love love the muted colors... and that Faux Wood thingy...its beautiful Jessy!!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!!! Brilliant.... hugs..xoxo

Gina said...

love your tutorial Jessy..and such a BEAUTIFUL layout too!..Gx

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow!! You are simply amazing! I loveeeeeeeeeeee how you made the 'wood'!!! This is GORGEOUS! Thanks for visiting me today... I always love it when you stop by!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Wow, Jessy! This is gorgeous! Absolutely LOVE the shabby chic design and brilliant use of Donna's goodies!

Helen Tilbury said...

Oooh I've missed the shabby touch! You are SOOOOOO good with it too - we need to see more of it! And as usual Jessy your tutorials are fabulous. Now can I meet you for coffee (or tea!) (or cocktail!!) in KL in December? I will e mail you closer to the time :)

Zarah said...

Are you kidding??!! I DIE!
This is so clever that I don't know where to start... and that LO? OMIGOSH! One of your best and you know I adore everything you make. Love!

Diane Payne said...

This layout is amazing! Thanks for the tutorial too!

Nicole Nowosad said...

That is so smart Jessy!!! Looks just like wood :) you rock!

Teka Cochonneau said...

Loving the vintage layered feel to this. Super cool.

Anabelle O'Malley said...

It DOES look like wood. What a great page. He is adorable!!

Anabelle O'Malley said...

It DOES look like wood. What a great page. He is adorable!!

Blossom inch said...

awesome layering and techniques, very beautiful page!

Jennie M said...

WOW. That is really cool!!

Azura Hanna said...

Brilliant! I might try this...Thank you :)

Christa said...

What a fun tutorial! Love the effect!

BabyBokChoy said...

Thanks For another wonderful tutorial!! You are always so full of great ideas!!