February 13, 2013

Tea Dyed Doilies Tutorial | Bo Bunny

Hi all! As I mentioned yesterday, I created a tutorial for the Bo Bunny blog. In case you didn't see it on the Bo Bunny blog yesterday, I thought I would share the Doily Tutorial on my blog today. I used a combination of Ranger Distress Stains to create a wonderful vintage, tea dyed look on the new Bo Bunny Doilies. Also, they are having a giveaway for a one year subscription to Scrapbook Trends just for becoming a follower and leaving a comment on the blog post HERE. Make sure you hop over there and check it out!!!

The supplies you will need are Bo Bunny Doilies, Ranger Distress Stain in Picket Fence, Vintage Photo and Old Paper. You will also need a craft mat, spray water bottle and a heat tool.




Begin by dabbing the ink onto your craft mat.




Then spritz it with water using your spray bottle.




Take your finger and run it through the ink to mix it all together.





Take your doily and mist it lightly with water.




Next drag your doily through the ink.




The doily will be rather wet.




Use your heat tool to dry the doily.




Drag and smoosh your doily into the remaining ink on your craft mat.




Dry the doily again.




Add more ink to your mat. Do not use Picket Fence or water this time.




Drag your doily through the ink again.




Dry it again. Now you have your distressed tea/coffee stained doily.



And here is the layout I used my doily on...



I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! If you have any questions, just ask!


    
 

12 comments:

  1. Wow! Your layout is stunning, Juliana! And I love your fun technique with the doily! Sooooo cool!

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  2. This LO is goooorgeous, Juliana!! And I love how the doilie came out - great tutorial!

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  3. This LO is goooorgeous, Juliana! And I love how the doily came out - great technique!

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  4. Great tutorial Juliana! Love the result!!

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  5. Fabulous tutorial...thanks for sharing, will certainly be giving this a go! Love your end layout, so pretty.

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  6. Such a beautiful layout. So cool how you've aged the doily. Thanks for sharing that tutorial!

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  7. Ohhhhh!!! such a clever clever idea Juliana!! I'd like to try this to add a splashed look to my patterned paper as well! I always have a problem getting the paint splash look, I think this might work! Thanks so much for taking pic's of your steps!! Beautiful page!! xo

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  8. fabulous tute! thanks for sharing..x

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  9. Julianna, thank you for sharing!!!! I just love anything where I have permission to be messy!!! The end result is gorgeous! Your layout using Prairie Chic is exquisite! I truly love the layering a stunning photos!

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  10. Ohhh I like this, and how you managed to get such a perfect tea dyed look on your doily, thanks so much for sharing, will try for sure!! Looks better than my current way of doing it Juliana - love that splotchy look!

    Gorgeous LO toooooo....

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  11. I saw this over at BoBunny. What a stunning LO, Juliana. You totally rocked this shabby chic LO. You do so many styles so beautifully!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

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