If you like torn paper edges on your scrapbook pages, mix it up with a double torn-edge. You can do it with a mix of solid or designer cardstock. Or try something a little different. On this Dress-Up Bride page, I layered a vellum torn-edge under my cardstock torn-edge. The torn edge on the vellum was very thin and hard to see, so I enhanced the torn look by brushing my whisper white craft ink pad on the torn edge of the vellum. This also mimicked the look of my organza ribbon, which has sheer sections rimmed with a white edge. Note: when using vellum as a torn-edge, make sure you do not apply adhesive to exposed edge as it will show through when you adhere it to your page.
Stamp sets: lovely letters alphabet, simple type alphabet (I think!); Inks: real red, soft suede, whisper white; Cardstock: christmas cocoa DSP, soft suede, whisper white, sahara sand, whisper white; Embellishments: whisper white organza ribbon