Category Archives: Sizzix

(2019 c70) Tim Holtz & Color Burst

Today is my sweet sister’s Birthday and this is in the mail to her!  I cut the flowers out of watercolor paper with Sizzix  Tim Holtz Wildflowers 2 Thinlits Die TH661808. I colored the background piece they were cut from with Ultramarine & Lime Green  Color Burst by Ken Oliver, As you can see on the photo …

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(2019 c65) Tim Holtz Wildflowers, Paper Towel Background

EEKKK I’m so excited, a challenge to use my Paper Towels that I’ve saved after “Mopping UP”  my craft messes of inks and dyes! The first photo below is a stack of 6 big sections of paper towels that have dried long ago. o.  The second photo is the one I actually used for this card. I used …

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(2019 c63) Tim Holtz Flower Garden

 Using watercolor paper I cut the background out with  Sizzix Tim Holtz  Garden  Greens TH661206, then colored with Ken Oliver Color Burst (WatercolorPigment Powder) .  (I saved the cutouts for another project) The flowers layered on top  were cut from Sizzix  Tim Holtz Wildflowers 2 Thinlits Die TH661808.  I colored with Distress Inks by Ranger and  Tim Holtz Distress Markers by Ranger.  I mounted on DCWV Brights Glitter cardstock.  …

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(2019 c52) Eclipse Die Cut Background

Background was painted with Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver .  Then I die cut Happy with  Big Scripty Words from Lawn Fawn  then I cut Anniversary with Tim Holtz Alterations Die set called Celebrate by Sizzix.   I also cut the words with fun foam and mounted the painted cut-out words on that. Here is a closeup at a different …

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(2019 c51) SSS Celebrate with Candles

What better way to CELEBRATE your Birthday than with Candles!!! Using my  Misti Stamping Tool  I  stamped the  candles from Simon Says Stamp Birthday Boarders Set334BB with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger,  Next I stamped again with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Clear Ranger Embossing Powder.  The background was then blended with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger  and finally for the sentiment die …

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(2019 c27) Guest Designer at The Paper Girls Challenge Blog

I am so excited to be the Guest Designer for today’s new challenge at The Paper Girls Challenge blog Challenge #171 Pinspired .  Your challenge is to  create a project inspired by the imagine below that one of their designers found on Pinterest. Below is the card I created.  I was inspired by the rainbow of colors and …

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(2019 c14) Steampunk Valentine

I love my new Tim Holtz Mechanics 3D Texture Fades Embossing Folder 662715.  I spritzed my paper with water then inked one side of folder with Versamark Ink   and embossed with my Sizzix Big Shot.  Then I heat embossed with Carnelian Stampendous Pearluster Embossing Powder.  The metal peaces are from Tim Holtz Ideaology line The foam heart was cut with TONIC …

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(2019 c13) Coffee Filter Valentine

Yes the heart is a COFFEE FILTER that was colored with Ken Oliver Color Burst (Watercolor Pigment Powder)  As you can see in the picture below first I cut out the hearts (one on edge of card base and another on edge of top white panel that is then embossed with Tim Holtz Sizzix Kaleidoscope 3D Texture Fades Embossing Folder …

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(2019 c5) Butterfly Shaker & Recycling

For the background I sponged Distress Inks by Ranger . Next I created a Butterfly stamp with fun foam Fiskar’s Fancy Flier punch and stamped with Distress Inks.  Next I spritzed with various mists by Tattered Angels.  Then I randomly applied  953n Moonstone Nuvo Glitter Paste through Tim Holtz Layering Stencil Dot Fade . The backgrounds for the die cut butterflies  were made …

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(2019 c4) Polar Bear Valentine

Stamps and Dies used:  HERO ARTS Polar Greetings,  Hero Arts Love Stamp & Cut,  SIZZIX Heart Ornamental Die . The background was made by smooshing Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger onto my Couture Creations Non Stick Craft Matt CO723828 then spritzed it with water.  The clear heart was cut with SIZZIX Heart Ornamental Die. Here is a closeup of the bear on the plastic heart and …

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