Category Archives: Tim Holtz Supplies

(2017 c37) Stars of Family Reunion

Tags made for our Family Reunion, featuring great grandparents (Memories of them were the shinning  stars of the day). The center one was covered with burlap instead of paper for the background. Tim Holtz Ephemera was used to collage. Challenges Entered: SimonSaysStamp:  (Wed.) We’re Seeing Stars KraftinKimmieStamps: Anything but a Kard – Anything Goes

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(2017 c31) Essentials by Ellen, Lawn Fawn, Alcohol Inks

I used Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Yupo paper for the background. Then  for the vellum overlay I cut out the flower hole with Essentials by Ellen die set called Wild Garden by Julie Ebersole,  and also cut the flower shape out of DCWV 6×6:  The Foiled Cardstock MS-019-00003.  I used Lawn Fawn Scripty Thanks die to cut the sentiment. Challenges Entered: EssentialsByEllen: …

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(2016 c37) Bird Talk, Tim Holtz

I used Bird Talk by Tim Holtz set 56121B. I love the included dies! She was colored with Copics.   For the card base I used Sizzix Movers & Spapers L Die – Card, Decorative Flip-its Item #658839 The background for the bird was done on Watercolor paper. I used a scrap that I had …

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(2016 c35) Designs by Ryn on Kraft

First I colored watercolor papers with several different color combinations of Color Burst by Ken Oliver  Then I stamped with Designs By Ryn – Flying Hummingbird 3 & Sideways Hibiscus. (and heat embossed with black EP which looks shiny/glittery) I fussy cut out images and adhered to the background. The background paper is a kraft clear resist design …

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(2016 c22) Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2016, March

Challenges Entered: TimHoltz:   12 Tags of 2016 – March   PoweredByPoppy: Peek-a-Boo Sketch   EmeraldCreekDares: Easter Parade – Use Pastels CreativeEmbellishments:  March Photo Inspiration (Spring Butterflies) & I’m Lucky to  live where I have the freedom to worship Jesus Christ who died for my sins.  WordArtWednlesday:  Chal #222 & 223- Anything Goes ModSquad:  Springtime SimonSaysStamp: Rain or Shine …

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(2016 c21) Tim Holtz, 12 Tags of 2016, March

Challenges Entered: TimHoltz:   12 Tags of 2016 – March   PoweredByPoppy: Peek-a-Boo Sketch  EmeraldCreekDares: Easter Parade – Use Pastels CreativeEmbellishments:  March Photo Inspiration (Spring Butterflies) & I’m Lucky to live where I  have the freedom to worship Jesus Christ who died for my sins..    WordArtWednesday:  Chal #222 & 223- Anything Goes ModSquad:  Springtime SimonSaysStamp: Rain or …

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(2015 c65) Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2015, October

Today for Tim Holtz’s October 12 Tags of 2015 I made a card instead, because the dies I chose were too big for a tag. Tim Holtz Products used: Sizzix Die Bigz Gadget Gears Alterations, Sizzix Movers & Shapers Alterations Die Mini Old Jalopy & Arrow Set, TH Collection Splatters stencil, TH Distress Ink Black Soot,  TH Distress Stains: Tarnished Brass & Antiqued Bronze. (I …

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(2015 c60) Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2015 – Sept

Well, as I said in the last post I am conforming a little more to Tim’s sample for September’s Challenge for 12 Tags of 2015.  I actually used Alcohol Inks for the background. I still don’t have any Frosted (I can’t find it here in town), so I used clear plastic packaging and stamped the …

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(2015 c59) Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2015 – Sept

I followed most of Tim Holtz’s instructions for my version of September’s 12 Tags of 2015. Click the logo to see Tim’s instructions. I took a few liberties:  Instead of alcohol inks I used watercolor paper and Tim Holtz Distress Inks and smooshed on my craft mat (I will do another & use alcohol inks next …

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(2015 c44) Unity KOM Spread your Wings

For this card I started by stamping the reading lady from Unity Stamp Co. from KOTM May 2015 Spread Your Wings. and painted her with Artist Loft Pearlescent watercolors found at Michaels. I masked her and then stamped the Dream Text by Stampendous on watercolor paper, then I brushed watered down white gesso to tone down the text. Next I inked the background …

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