OK, here I am again today. But, I have gotten a bunch of questions about grungeboard so I thought I would just make yet another post.
Grungeboard is awesome. Unlike chipboard, it stays flexible, is easy to color and distress, and seems to be a bit thinner. I have to say that I love this stuff. I only have one set of the Tim Holtz stuff so far ( harlequin elements) but it is so worth the money. You get 94 die cut images for around $8, but you could use the excess betweeen the cuts to use with you own dies. The grungeboard smells and feels like leather, so cool! It takes ink and distressing like a dream. You really NEED some of this stuff! (can you tell I am hooked?) You can click on the Grungeboard heading to link to the Rubbernecker site to find the other grungeboard sets offered.