Monday, 22 February 2016
Time for Tim ...
I love it!
It is so good to be using some of my older stash too!
So many lovely old embellishments
I can't say this is my favourite so far as there are so many more I hope to play along with! Thank you Tim!!!
There are only a few differences between what I used and Tim used are the colours I used and my embellishments. I had so much fun, learnt several awesome techniques and because some of my stash is very old I finally found a way that I can use the tub of mat black Dreamweaver embossing paste, it dries to a dull finish and I don’t like it. I thought I had ordered the glossy paste, and I must have had this some time too as I don’t remember using it more than once. I can now use it with my old embossing powders too. Whilst typing this post and idea popped into my head and now I’m wondering if I could use my UTEE with this paste? I have a large-ish box full of UTEE powders so I think I now what I’ll be trying out next lol!
If you want to know how I created this please visit Tim’s post here.
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and comment. I really do appreciate it and I hope you get some time to do what you love to do soon ttfn Karen x
Tools & Supplies
Stencil: Tim Holtz layering stencil: Lace
Ranger ink blending tool and foam
Martha Stewart Mould
Craft mat; heat tool; spray bottle of water; paintbrushes; palette knife
Ranger Inkessentials Manila Card; snippet white card
EP Ink/Paint/Pen Colours:
Tim Holtz Distress Stains: salty ocean; picked raspberry
Tim Holtz Distress ink pads: salty ocean; picked raspberry; dusty concord
Dreamweaver embossing paste: black #
Stamp N Stuff: gold EP #
La Blanche Vintage rub on image #
Air dry clay; wooden flower #; Woodware chipboard heart #; pink ribbon bow (I altered the colour)
Funky foam; double sided tape; Collall all purpose glue
# VOS: very old stash and no idea if still available to purchase, min. 7 years old