Category Archives: Tim Holtz Supplies

(2021 c045) Stencil, Spritz & Spatter Thank You

The background was made by applying Distress Inks by Ranger and then spritzing water onto the background and blotting with paper towel. Using Tim Holtz Layering Stencil Flourish THS032 I applied a heavy layer of ink. The sentiment and flourish were cut using an old discontinued die called: Sizzix 657522 Card Phrases Set Challenges Entered: Simon Says Stamp: …

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(2020 c106) Alcohol Ink Christmas Trees

Before dry embossing all the cards, the Metalic Poster Board was cut out first with Sizzix thinlits die set called Holiday Words: Script. This first card made with Tim Holtz Sizzix Crackle 3D Texture Fades Embossing Folder 664171 was run through with the shiny side facing up towards the printed side of the embossing folder which gave the …

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(2020 c103) JOY Tags Card

Backgound and poinsettia on small tag were stamped with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Gold  Ranger Embossing Powder using CM280 Color Layering Poinsettia by HERO ARTS by using the Misti Stamping Tool . On the small tag I sponged  Hero Arts Pigment Unicorn White Ink  through Tim Holtz Layering Stencil Dot Fade. The large tag was an old bank tag and I …

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(2020 c094) Hero Arts Birthday Shaker

The flower is from Hero Arts CM259 Peonies . I stamped with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Gold Ranger Embossing Powder and “painted” them with Distress Inks by Ranger . The clear cover was created following Jennifer MdGuire’s Embellished Windows Technique.  (using laminator sheets) Check out her blog post and she has a Great video Tutorial. I had fun following Jennifer McGuire’s Die Cut Letterpress …

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(2020 c90) Non Traditional Fall Leaves

I created this Fall Birthday card with Non-Traditional colors using Tim Holtz Sizzix Skeleton Leaves Thinlits dies 663094 . Background die:  Kat Scrappiness – Peacock Teardrop Background Cover Die. The above photo shows how I layered with an off-set for a shadowing effect on these 2 leaves. Challenges Entered: Power Poppy: Fall Away – Use fall image with non-traditional …

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(2020 c088) Skeleton Leaves Birthday

The background was sponged with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger and then dry embossed with Tim Holtz Sizzix Botanical 663094 3D Texture Fades Embossing Folder , but first I swiped the raised side of the folder with  Versamark Ink & then heat embossed with Gold Ranger Embossing Powder .  This highlighted in the depressions in gold. …

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(2020 c086) Steampunk Slimline

Steampunk Birthday card.  First I stamped the rullers and stitches on the beige cardstock with Orange Blossom Ranger Archival Ink using Tim Holtz Seamless Experience CSS30225 stampset (it appears to have been discontinued).  I then stamped with black using the Tim Holtz Mini Blueprints Strip Industrial THMB009 .   This backgound was then dry embossed with Tim …

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(2020 c060) Tim Holtz Encouragement

I’m enjoying watching Tim Holtz’s videos on techniques, today I used Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger , Tim Holtz Sizzix Thinlits 660220 Mixed Media Die. , Sizzix Tim Holtz Geo Insects 664180, Versamark Ink ,  Versamark Ink,  for the bee I used Antique Linen, Rusty Hinge & Weathered Wood Tim Holtz Distress Micro Glaze TDA46967,  and …

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(2020 c057) Tim Holtz Flower Tag

I’ve been enjoying watching Tim Holtz’s Facebook Live Demos!!!  #timholtzdemos,  #timholtz . I had fun playing with Tim’s techniques of using Distress Inks by Ranger and then adding Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger   on top or my big TAG.  I also used Distress Inks to color the Sizzix  Tim Holtz Wildflowers 2 Thinlits Die TH661808.   The …

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(2020 c052) T Holtz Spring Showers & Flowers

Side 1Side 2 I pulled out a batch of left over scraps and used them to create today’s tag both side 1 and 2 see photos below. Supplies Used:  Tim Holtz Sizzix Framelits Flower Jar Wafer Thin die set 662270,       Liquitex Heavy Body Matte Gel Medium  from Michaels this link shows all …

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