Hi there!  Here's a quick tip on how to make these fuzzy letters.  I wanted to use chipboard to add a little dimension to my page, but I wanted a soft texture to go with my soft page.  So I simply peeled off the top layer of my chipboard letters and voila!  Soft fuzzy letters!  So simple, right?  Below is a picture of the chipboard letters before and after they were inked.
To get this dyed effect I took my mini mister (filled with Distress Ink reinker in dusty concord and water) and spritzed it onto my craft sheet creating little droplets and mini puddles.  I then placed each letter face down onto the droplets of ink and lifted it right back up.  Be careful not to swirl the letter around in the ink unless you want your letter to have a solid coat of color.  After, I sprayed each letter with a mixture of water and Perfect Pearls and dried the letters with a heat tool.  You could use glimmer mist or any other spray ink for this technique.

To view the entire layout  where I use this technique, click on the link below: