Archive for the 'Tim Holtz' Category

Sep 08 2017

Distress Oxide Background – by Heidi Blankenship

Heidi is sharing another beautiful card today. She created the background with Distress Oxide Inks and a stencil, while creating her focal image with a purchased flower, string and ribbon – so pretty!  I love the smaller gold embossed sentiment in the lower right corner. Take a look: Aren’t these colors and that very subtle […]

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Sep 03 2017

Falling Leaves – by Sharon Johnson

These two cards were used as our Saturday class cards a few weeks back. We had a lot of fun with them. The leaves are Copic colored, the card base is background stamped, and we played with our Distress Oxide Inks for the inset backgrounds. One was smooshed and one was stenciled. And some die […]

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Sep 01 2017

Only One Life – by Heidi Blankenship

Only one life, ’twill soon be past. Only what’s done for Christ will last. C.T. Studd That really puts things into perspective, now doesn’t it!  LOVE those words and the reminder they send. Heidi used them beautifully on her sunflower card today. This card combines masking, gold heat embossing, water coloring and ink blending for […]

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Aug 31 2017

Journal Insert – by Deb Felts

‘Inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these, you did it to Me.’ Matthew 25:40 Deb, as so many of us, has been heavy-hearted with concern for the victims in the path of Harvey, having family in that area. For today’s project she created a journal insert with expressions of her […]

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Aug 24 2017

Sending Love & Hugs Easel Card – by Deb Felts

Deb is sharing a fun easel card today. Have you ever made one?  If not, you might want to give it a try. She used such pretty and shabby looking papers from a collection by My Mind’s Eye and the lovely Adore You stamp set from Altenew, paired up with some fun ribbon. Take a […]

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Aug 20 2017

Stenciling with Distress Oxide Ink – by Sharon Johnson

Today I have a quick little card to share that was created as a shoe box swap card for a stamping event. The purpose was to demo stenciling with the Distress Oxide Inks.  After the stenciling was done, the finish was super quick. Take a look: Isn’t it sweet! The sentiment is from our Get […]

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Jul 28 2017

No Line Watercolored Coneflower – by Heidi Blankenship

Heidi is back this evening with a second watercolored card. This time she used our Thank You for Caring Coneflower stamp and coordinating die sets and tried her hand at no line watercoloing using the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks. Success!  Take a look: Again, such vibrant and beautiful colors! Heidi stamped her Coneflower with […]

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Jul 27 2017

Stamp Simply Coneflower – by Deb Felts

Welcome back to Deb’s second post for today. She is using our Thank You for Caring Coneflower stamp and die sets for this card. She has also incorporated some subtle stenciling and splattering along with torn paper to give this card a lovely vintage feel. Take a look: The details here are wonderful. Note the […]

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Jul 19 2017

Autumn Leaves – by Deb Saaranen

YIKES! Is it getting to be that time of year already?  Well, not quite yet, but autumn is just around the corner and it is certainly none too early to be prepared in our craft rooms! Deb created a gorgeous card with wonderful autumn appeal using leaves, woodgrain and twine. Take a look: This is […]

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Jun 29 2017

Woodgrain with Florals – by Deb Felts

Deb shares a lovely card today where she created a woodgrain background with Distress Oxide Inks and a stencil. Her florals were created with a die. It’s a simple layout with fabulous texture and eye appeal. Take a look: It seems that so often we are searching for those one or two woodgrain sheets in […]

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