The twist is to use foam dots or tape to lift up some of the flat embellishments. Here is what I came up with:
I'm documenting a wild and crazy time that my guys had with some friends. The idea was to have a "box war" on Boxing Day (Dec. 26th) and have some fun before all this cardboard got recycled. Well the weather didn't cooperate so it got postponed for a few weeks, but it was worth it! The guys fashioned armor and weapons out of the boxes and then commenced smashing boxes right and left. What a mess! For the base of this layout I appropriately used some small gauge corrugated cardboard. I distressed it and peeled back parts of the facing to reveal the corrugations. I glued down the paper printed with my duotone image (Glue 'N Seal is WONDERFUL for this) and when it was dry, ripped parts of it back up and sanded the edges to get the distressed look.
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