On this card I ran this pattern through once on the top for a border and then three times on the bottom for the repeat pattern.
The top layer was a piece of Alcohol Ink Cardstock, which is glossy, but very pourous. It was colored with Dusty Concord, Crushed Olive and a tiny bit of Brushed Corduroy Distress Oxides applied to the Alcohol Ink cardstock with the Wrinkle-Free Distress Method (apply the oxides to the non-stick mat, spritz with water, lay the cardstock in the Oxide, dry, tap it into the remaining beads of Oxides, dry, tap again, until you like the coverage. Then return the vibrant color of the Oxides with a layer of Microglaze and buff it with a dry cloth. Tim has done this method in several videos.)
Then I cut it with the Retro Repeat and attached it to the Crushed Olive background using Distress Collage Medium. When it was dry I rubbed some Black Soot and Vintage Photo Distress Crayons into it and wiped away the excess with a damp cloth leaving bits in the recessed portions of the repeat pattern.