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LOVE this tool! I didn't realize there were so many options to this tool. From traditional distressing, where you distress the edge of your matts or photos (with the side of the tool) to sanding (replacing my sandpaper file) for the perfect edge and finally the bottom of the tool exposes yet ANOTHER type of distressing tool, a wire brush! Finally, it comes with another, heavier interchangable head in order to get a deeper distress. Overall, great tool!!!
Used in this project: Nunna
When I ordered this, I wasn't sure how much I would use it. Now I don't know how I lived without it. It is the easiest distressing tool I have ever used. I used to use the Tim Holtz distressing tool, but this one is much more ergonomic. I've found that I also enjoy using the metal brush on photos. I am so satisfied with my purchase!
This is the best distressing tool I've owned. I have a battery operated distressor and an electrical distressor, both of which work well, but this Prima distressor is handy to grab, easy to use and very effective. It gets into all cracks and crevices of a project. I was skeptical at first, not needing another distressing tool, but bought it at a sale price on scrapbook.com and have loved it.
I have only used it once but I am in love with this all-on-one distressing tool! This is perfect for any kind of distressing you want to do to your paper or pictures because of all the different distressing tools to chose from. I particularly like the rough grit and paper edge distressing tools to get that perfect worn look on my papers.
Used in this project: Sunflowers *Smashbook*
I have several distressing tools, and this little beauty is the best by far. I have a tiny distressing tool with a blade on it and it kills my hands to use it for a long period of time. This tool has the same type of blade with a nice handle, plus sanding, grating and scratching texturizers. I LOVE this tool.
This is my very first review and I had to write about this tool. I have always loved the look of distressing but could never get it right. First time I used the Ingvild Bolme distressing tool, I was able to distress perfectly. The metal brush gives a vintage look to photos. One word....WOW!
Used in this project: Reel It Up, MS
I love this tool! It's sturdy, very portable, fits my hand well and easy to use. Other items for distressing have proved to be cumbersome to use but this one is easy and light.
If you're into the distressed look this is the tool for you, lots of options.
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