Category Archives: Tim Holtz Supplies

(2018 c160) Winter Snowy Kindness

The background is a new TECHNIQUE for me. One Layer card, really just a black card base! First I created the card base with a black heavy weight cardstock.  Then using my Tim Holtz Tonic Craft Stamp Platform 1707E .   I stamped the Trees, Snowflakes and Sentiment from  Joy of The Season  SSS101919 a colaboration between SimonSays Stamp and Gina K Designs for …

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(2018 c157) Alcohol Ink Ornaments

Dies used:  Lawn Fawn – Stitched Ornaments Dies   and Believe from Tim Holtz Alterations Die set called Holiday Words Script by Sizzix .   For the upper panel and panel inside of the middle ornament I first colored on Kodak Photo Paper with Ranger Alcohol Inks  by scribbling across the paper with the nozzle of the alcohol ink bottle. Then I spritzed with 90% alcohol.  The scribbled areas really …

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(2018 c155) White & Gold Snowy Christmas

For the Background I inked up the smooth side of the Tim Holtz Sizzix Kaleidoscope 3D Texture Fades Embossing Folder 663296   (because I think they also look like snowflakes!) with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Gold Ranger Embossing Powder .  (On this card I swiped the ink pad across the folder and it resulted in a splotchier coverage, be sure …

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(2018 c134) Tim Holtz Shrinky Dinks, Crazy Birds Shaker

UPDATE:  As you can see below I added the regular sized Crazy Bird on the front of the card!  I thought it was just a little too plain so I added the big bird who must be encouraging more break-outs!  The photo on the right was the original post, I left all the other photos …

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(2018 c113) Alcohol Ink & Heat Embossing

For Today’s cards I used Ranger Alcohol Inks to create the background for both cards.  I stamped  Mondo Hydrangea from Essentials by Ellen Hutson  with Versamark Ink using my Misti Stamping Tool  & Heat embossed with Silver on one card to match the Silver THANKS and used Gold on the other to match the Thanks on the Notecard.   I also stamped the flower …

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(2018 c112) Thanks, Alcohol Ink Lift

I had fun today with Lemonade, Terra Cotta, Sandal Ranger Alcohol Inks .  I followed Jennifer McGuire’s ALCOHOL LIFT INK TECHNIQUES (you can click to see her video).  I finally got my Tim Holtz Alcohol Lift-Ink Pad Ranger TAC63810 and its much easier to use than using the reinker and felt pads to apply to stamps. Below you can see the 2nd card I …

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(2018 c103) Hero Arts, Alcohol Ink, Lifting, Foiling

  I started with Citrus, Lettuce & Lemonade Ranger Alcohol Inks on Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Yupo paper for the background.  I followed Jennifer McGuire’s ALCOHOL LIFT INK TECHNIQUES (you can click to see her video).  I used Sizzix/Hero Arts #657772 Textured Impressions Folder w/Stamp- Silhouette Vines Set (This is a discontinued set, but can still be found on the web) I love how the lifted areas have …

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(2018 c91) Thankful Shaker

For today’s SHAKER Card, the background was painted with Crayola washable Water Colors first and when it was dry  I painted with Michaels called Niji Pearlescent Watercolor Set. The trees were stamped using Life Is Good by Theresa Momber at Gina K Designs Then I painted leaves in the tree and fallen on the ground with Tim …

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(2018 c78) Tim Holtz 3-D Botanicals Shaker Card

For me personally Shaker Cards make me so happy, so I chose a shaker for an encouragement card today. I love Tim Holtz’s new Texture Fades! Like yesterday’s card, I used  Tim Holtz Sizzix Botanical 3D Texture Fades Embossing Folder .  For the central flower I used a discontinued dry pigments product called Lumin Arte which I mixed …

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(2018 c50) Happy Birthday Spring Flowers

  This card face was amazingly enough done on HP Glossy Photo Paper! Yes, you read that right!  For today’s card I stamped the Bluebonnets with the stampset called Stately Flowers 1 by Melanie Muenchinger at Gina K Designs.  I colored with Ranger Alcohol Inks.  For the background  I totally spritzed with H2O and then sprinkled Color Burst by Ken …

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