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Tim Holtz Crazy Birds Graduation Card

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

I’ve had several requests to do more things with the Tim Holtz Bird Crazy stamp set.  Since it’s so close to Graduation for many I thought a humorous graduation card might be just the thing!

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I’ve got to tell you these birds just make you happy when you use them.  I had a really old stamp set from TPC Studio called Valedictorian which I don’t think I’d ever used.  This stamp set had the graduation hats and once I saw that in my stamp book I knew the birds would be just the right guys to wear them!  Using white for my card base I cut a standard 10″ x 7″ card, scored in the middle to create a finished 5″ x 7″ card, a little larger than I normally make but perfect to get in all I wanted.

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I’m not sure if you’re aware but Spellbinders has a line called Celebra’tions, you must check it out.  These collections are bright and fun, perfect to group with the birds.  I used the Spellbinders Celebra’tions Solid 12″x12″ assortment pack for the blue solid paper and the one birds beak in orange.  This paper is wonderful and I’m pretty picky about my paper.  It scored and cut without a problem.  I also used the Spellbinders Celebra’tions Special Occasions Prints for paper piecing the birds.  Both these paper packs come with 24 sheets of paper.  The sequins are also from the Celebra’tions collections called Sweet Dreams.  (There are lots and lots of sequins in that jar!)  I used my computer to print out the front sentiment to co-ordinate with the inside.

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This sentiment comes from JustRite Stampers Bokeh Time set.  Perfect sentiment for a new graduate!  I used the Spellbinders Celebra’tions Pierced Rectangle dies for the mats.  This is the first dies I’ve gotten that have the perforations in them and I so like this look!  I did use my Sizzix Magnetic Platform with these dies, it’s just so easy with it to keep the frames lined up one within the other.  To make the inside sentiment pop a little more I added foam pieces around the blue frame and then placed the sentiment mat through the opening directly to the card base.  All the mats were adhered with Angel Craft 1/2″ tape.  As I said on the video you should always burnish tape well before putting the papers together for this is what provides a tight closure.  I hope you’ll come join me on the video as I share the start to finish process of this card.  All supplies are directly below the video.

Thanks and Happy Crafting!

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Supplies in the Cut at Home store:
CMS212 – Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Bird Crazy
CR-02144 – JustRite Stampers Bokeh Time
SCD-012 – Spellbinders Celebra’tions Pierced Rectangle dies

SCP-017 –  Spellbinders Celebra’tions Assorted Solids 12×12″ pack
SCP-018 – Spellbinders Celebra’tions Special Occasion Prints 12×12″ pack
SCE-001 – Spellbinders Celebra’tions Sweet Dreams Sequins

656499 – Sizzix Magnetic Platform for Wafer Thin Dies
TIM43256 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Mermaid Lagoon
ACT1412 – Angel Craft Tape 1/2″

Foil is trending for Craftmaking!

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

I watch a lot of crafty YouTube videos, I mean I watch a LOT of crafty YouTube videos!  I love watching and seeing what others are doing and how they are doing it.  I also have noticed that things tend to trend, like clothes used to be a fad (wow I’m dating myself, I better watch that!).   Now things are no longer a ‘fad’ but a ‘trend’.  I’ve seen a lot of crafters using foil on their projects and I, like them, love the look and of course that’s where it all starts isn’t it?  When you see something you like you want to do it too!  I searched through my papers but just couldn’t find any foil that reached out and grabbed me.  I was discouraged, then I got to thinking and quickly solved the problem foil, no not decorative paper with foil, kitchen foil, I have that, I’ve used it before for flowers, but would it work to create a card?  No way to know until you try.

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You can judge for yourself do you think household aluminum foil (I used the heavy duty) worked?  I cut the foil with Spellbinders Tudor Rose Card front above.  It’s one of their Card Creator series dies and one I love, it’s also very intricate. I didn’t back the foil, which I suggest you do before you proceed to cutting with your Big Shot and dies.   I colored the foil, prior to die cutting, with three Tim Holtz Alcohol inks and the Alcohol Blending Solution.  There are lots of color choices of Alcohol inks in the store and I’ll leave a link to that category in the supplies below.  Lots of us have Alcohol inks in our crafty drawers and like most older things they tend to get pushed to the side when all the latest and greatest arrives on the shelves.  So if you have some you haven’t used in a while get them out or if you’re brand new to Alcohol inks put them in your shopping cart and see what fun they are combined with foil.

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I must have been nostalgic for my tried and true supplies today, I pulled out Tim Holtz Alterations Tattered Flowers to make my foil flower.  This time I backed the foil (which had already been colored) with cardstock. I used a pattern I wasn’t fond of and put the pattern side down leaving a white backing using Angel Craft Semi Gloss Podge to adhere the foil to the cardstock.   If you don’t have this die in your supplies I’d really suggest getting it.  It’s a  heavy duty steel dies which cuts most anything like butter and it makes gorgeous flowers.  It’s one of my favorites.  I added some bling and lace bhind the flower to give it a little more pizzazz.

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This is a great shot to show you how well the foil cuts even with the most fussy of dies and how the Alcohol inks really change up the metallic foil look to this gorgeous shimmery finish.   The sentiment is from the new Spellbinders Celebra’tions stamps set My Friend and I used a burgundy embossing powder that was a perfect match to the foil colors.

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Here’s one last shot of the other pieces of foil I colored and still have sitting on my desk ready for their transformation into other cards, tags or whatever my mind thinks up at the time.  I have several other mediums I used to color the foil, all of which I cut into tags using the Sizzix Framelits tag set.  I’ll share those examples on the video along with other tips and tricks I used.

Thanks for joining me, have a fabulous crafty day!  I’d love for you to stop by and visit me at A Soul’s Heartbeat on Blogger or Facebook.


Supplies from Store:

TIM19800: Adirondack Alcohol Blending Solution
TIM20745: Adirondack Alcohol Ink Applicator
TIM20844: Adirondack Alcohol Ink Applicator Replacement Felt
Tim Holtz Alcohol Inks
656640: Tim Holtz BigZ Tattered Florals Die
659650:  Sizzix Framelits Die Set 9PK w/ Stamps Tags
S4-502: Spellbinders Tudor Rose Card Front dies
ES-008:  Spellbinders M-Bossabilities Garden Delight Embossing Folders
SCS-002: Spellbinders Celebra’tions My Friend
HCDP1-252: Peacock Paisley Paper Collection
ACP6SG: Angel Craft Podge Semi-Gloss
TIM43256: Tim Holtz Distress Ink Mermaid Lagoon

Supplies from my stash: heavy duty household aluminum foil; Silkes Acrylic Glaze, Lindy’s Stamp Gang Sprays, bling, lace, cardstock

Card using Bird Crazy stamps by Tim Holtz and Stampers Anonymous!

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Hello & thanks for stopping by! Today I had so much fun playing with Tim Holtz & Stampers Anonymous Bird Crazy Stamp Set!
I made a cute little card using two of the birds that come in this set.

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It was so much fun sitting down & pulling out my favorite Tim Holtz Distress Markers, and just playing. I colored several birds, but used two of them for the front of my card. I stamped them on Ranger’s Water-color paper, using Staz-On black ink.

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I then started coloring away (colors listed below). I used Tim Holtz Watercolor brush to move around my ink & give it a water-colored look. Once I was happy with how my birds looked, I cut them out. When cutting them, I did not worry about cutting out the feathers on top of their heads or their tails or legs.

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I then used my Sizzix Big Shot Machine and the Spellbinders Labels Seventeen dies. I cut out two pieces from white cardstock. I used the largest die, and the second largest. I inked the edges of the dies with Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Spun Sugar. I also cut out two pieces of a light to medium weight chipboard, to go behind my smaller die, raising it off the page slightly.

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I cut my card base from white cardstock to 5 1/2″ x 11″, and scoring it at 5 1/2″ using the Heartfelt Creations Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit Stylus, giving me a 5 1/2″ squared card.
Using a piece of My Mind’s Eye Adventure paper for a mat, I cut it to 5 1/2″ square to cover the front of my card. I adhered it to the card base, using Angel Craft 1/4″ tape.

To the smaller die, I stamped both the birds using the Staz-On ink again.


Then using wet glue, I glued my colored birds to the top of that..this way they have their feathers where they are suppose to, along with their little legs.

After adding my base piece, I then decided to add a little ribbon. Instead of ripping off the card base, I used my craft knife and added a tiny slit at the fold of my card, just enough to fit my ribbon in. I then adhered down the two Spellbinders dies to the card, and tied my ribbon.

For my sentiment, I printed them out using the exact same patterned paper I’ve used for the front of my card, however I used the backside, which coordinates perfectly. After cutting them down, I added the word Smile to the front of my card. To the inside of the card, I used the We belong to each other.

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If you’d like to watch a full video showing this process, please click on the video below.

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Thanks for stopping by…hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project!

Products used:
Tim Holtz Distress Markers: SKU:TDMK39082
Angel Tape 1/4″: SKU:ACT1414
Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Seventeen dies: SKU:S5-025
Tim Holtz Stampers Anoymous Bird Crazy: SKU:CMS212
Tim Holtz Waterbrush: SKU:TIP33080
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Spun Sugar: SKU:TIM27164
Heartfelt Creations Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit: SKU:HCST1-401
Sizzix Big Shot Machine: SKU:657900
Sizzix Cutting Pads Standard Mint: SKU: 660522

Products from my stash: white cardstock, water-color paper, My Mind’s Eye Adventure paper, ribbon, Teresa Collins enamel dots, chipboard, staz-on ink.

Silhouette America Designs used:
Smile: Design #8672
We belong to eachother: Design #72723

Card Base: 5 1/2″ x 11″ Scored at 5 1/2″ making a 5 1/2″ square card.

Distress Markers used:
Tall bird:
Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Mustard seed.
Short bird:
Stormy Sky, Broken China, Tumbled Glass, Spiced Marmalade.

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Watercolor Stamping Technique

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Watercolor projects are so popular today, and I want to share some techniques with you for creating a watercolor look.  Today’s technique is watercolor stamping.  Here are several examples —

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Watercolor stamping doesn’t take too many new supplies.  The essential items are:  1) watercolor brushes (I used standard brushes, but you may also be able to use an aqua brush — one with the water chamber built-in); 2) a source for clean water (I used an artist’s palette cup, but you could also use a cup or anything else that holds water); 3) watercolor paper (see discussion below); 4) a stamp set; 5) an acrylic block; and 6) watercolor markers (I used Tim Holtz Distress Markers and Spectrum Aqua Markers).  I had most of this in my stash — the only things I needed to purchase were the brushes and the paper.

The brushes that you need for this technique should be of fair quality (your kids’ watercolor brushes probably won’t work, but they don’t have to be artist quality either).  You’ll want a round brush (I used mostly size 2, but also have size 4 on hand for bigger projects) and a flat brush (mine is 1/2″).  If you’re looking at artists’ brushes, make sure that they indicate they are for use with watercolors.

The paper that you’ll want to use is watercolor paper.  It can handle the water much better than the regular cardstock that you use (which may tend to just fall apart when soaked with water).  The most recommended brand (I can’t chime in because I haven’t tried it) is the Ranger/Tim Holtz watercolor paper.  It is a heavyweight paper that is textured on one side, and smooth on the other.  You can choose which surface best meets your needs.  Note that stamping on a textured watercolor paper can be somewhat difficult, so you may want to have at least some of the smooth paper.  I generally purchase a pad of artist’s paper and cut it to size.  This is much more economical, especially when you’re just learning the technique.    Watercolor paper varies a lot, so be sure to check it out before purchasing it (i.e. don’t just purchase the cheapest, etc. — it may not meet your needs).

The first card is made using a new Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous stamp set, “Flower Garden”.  There are six beautiful flowers (and stems) in this set, and I chose the one that I think is a cone flower to start with.    First I cut a piece of watercolor paper approximately 4.25″ x 5″.  I placed the coneflower on an acrylic stamp block, and used Tim Holtz Distress markers to add color to the petals and to the center.  For this pass, I used a darker purple (Seedless Preserves) for the petals and a gold color (Mustard Seed) for the center.  Before stamping, remember to “huff” to reactivate the marker (this adds just a little moisture to make sure that the color transfers properly to the watercolor paper).  You could lightly spray the stamp or the paper as an alternative to huffing, but it often adds too much water so that your image is fuzzy to start with.  Be sure to “rest” your stamp on the paper for a minute to allow the color to transfer to the paper.

Once the image was stamped, I used my #2 round brush to pick up a little water (not too much, you may want to dab some off on your hand, etc.) and then began to carefully color my image.  The water picks up a little of the color from the stamping and so you begin to see you flower becoming a light purple.  Be sure to keep the water under control, the results are not as good with too much water (see my video for an example).  I did the same thing with the center, just using the plain water to pull the color from the stamping throughout.  When I was satisfied with that look, I began to add some additional color.  For the center, I used Brushed Corduroy as an accent color.  To do this, I removed the stamp from the acrylic block and scribbled some Brushed Corduroy on the acrylic block (using the brush tip side).  Then I carefully wet (but not too wet) my brush and picked up a little ink from the acrylic block and carefully applied it to the flower center.  You have so much control with the paintbrush — I was very surprised with this.  I used Shaded Lilac as the accent color for the petals.  Once the flower was complete, I used a similar process to stamp on the stem and leaves using two different greens.  The beauty of this technique is that you can continue to layer and blend the color until you’re happy with the result.  Remember that the image lightens up significantly when it dries.

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My second card, the botanical rose, was stamped using Heartfelt Creation’s Botanical Rose Bouquet stamp set.  This was a larger image with more colors, so I needed to take a little more time in “coloring” the stamp with my watercolor markers.  I used my Spectrum Aqua markers for this image because it has more bright colors than the Distress set does.   Even though this stamp was larger and had more coloring on it, I was able to reactivate the watercolors using the huffing technique.  So I just stamped it on the watercolor paper and colored it as indicated above.  This stamp needed even more depth and dimension than the first one, so I added 2 additional colors to the flower and the center to achieve the desired look.  I thought the leaves were fine with just two colors.  This one took just a little more layering than the first image did to achieve the look I wanted, but it was the same simple technique.

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I used a little different technique for my last card.  This is called “borderless stamping”, and is a way to transfer an image to watercolor paper for coloring.  Because the stamping is so light, it often looks like the image was done free hand.  So I began with one of the butterfly stamps from the Heartfelt Creations Botanical Wings stamp set.  I attached this to my acrylic block and inked it up with Smokey Gray ink by VersaFine.  (I used VersaFine rather than Distress ink because I didn’t want it to react with the water.  Many use Antique Linen Distress ink for this technique.)  This is a light gray, but is still too dark for what I wanted here, so I began by “stamping off” the butterfly image, and then used the remaining ink on the stamp to create the butterfly image on watercolor paper.  It was a very light gray, but easy to see the image.  The next step was to go over the entire image with my watercolor brush using just some plain, clean water.  This helps to define the area that will be colored, and will allow me to use less water when adding color so that the colors turn out more vibrant.  Once this was done, I began coloring the butterfly from the center out to each side using the various colors of Distress Ink markers (the colors don’t matter so much — you just want to pick colors that you like and that work with the rest of the project.  Once done, you can set this piece aside to dry.

I also made a background for the butterfly image — one that I’ll later stamp with Dream in Beauty by Heartfelt Creations.  The background is also very easy.  First I cut a piece of watercolor paper slightly larger than I wanted to use for the project — here 4.5″ x 5″.  I used my 1/2″ flat brush to cover the entire piece of watercolor paper with clean water.  Then I began adding colors randomly, putting them side by side so that they will blend (the already wet paper allows this to happen).  I used the same colors of Distress markers for this as I did for the butterfly.  Of course you could also use traditional watercolors, or Distress inks or any number of other things to make the background.  Once your background is done, you’ll need to let it dry.  When the background is fully dried (you can speed the process by using your heat gun, just be careful to not singe the paper), stamp the Dream in Beauty image on it in black ink.   I used onyx black VersaFine ink (won’t react with water like the Distress inks will) in case I needed to go back and work with the watercolors, etc.  Be sure to let the ink fully dry before completing the card.  In my 20/20 hindsight, I wish that I had heat embossed this image — I think the result would have been nicer.


I had so much fun creating these watercolor cards.  I think you’ll find that this is also very addicting.    My video this week is on the long side (sorry about that!), but it gives you a closer look at the techniques described above.

I hope that you’ll enjoy using this watercolor stamping technique.  There are many more videos on YouTube that demonstrate this technique (I especially like the ones by Dawn from W Plus 9).  Stay tuned to this blog for some additional watercolor techniques over the next several weeks.

Supplies available from Cut @ Home:

Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous stamp set “Flower Garden” (SKU CMS215)

Heartfelt Creations stamp sets — “Botanical Rose Bouquet” (SKU HCPC-3653); “Botanical Wings” (SKU HCPC-3652); “Dream in Beauty” (SKU HCPC-3655)

Heartfelt Creations die set — “Botanical Wings” die (SKU HCD1-758)

Angel Crafts Adhesive 1/4″ — (SKU ACT-1414)

Sizzix Big Shot –(SKU 657900)

Tim Holtz Distress Markers — (SKU TDMK39082)

Supplies from my stash: assorted cardstock; Spectrum Aqua watercolor markers; ribbon and lace; Sweet ‘n’ Sassy “Lacey Eyelet Borders” die set; Smokey Gray and Onyx Black VersaFine inks; pink Prima wire thread; embellishments


Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!



Baby Shower cards with Tim Holz Blueprint Childhood Stamps

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Happy Monday! We just celebrated Mother’s day yesterday and I have noticed that there seem to be quite a few new mother’s to be out there. I needed a baby shower card and wanted to make something a little different so the new Tim Holtz stamp set Childhood was perfect.


The first decision I made was to stamp a background for my card.

I used a 5″ x 7″ card base for both of my cards. For both cards I used two of the stamps in the set, the bear and the blocks. For the background of the card I started stamping the block image on my card base as shown in this photo: IMG_1159

Next I stamped the bear image in the open spaces. Here is a photo of how the card based looked once it was stamped:IMG_1160

Next I stamped the bear using a black Archival ink on a piece of white water proof paper, once the image had dried I colored the bear using Tim Holtz Watercolor pens. I used Vintage photo and mustard seed. I applied the color to the edges and blended the color with a water brush until I got the desired effect that I wanted. A little trick, you can apply some of the color from the marker and blend it with water from the pen to darken areas on the image.

I used Spellbinders Classic large rectangle dies to cut out the bear, I added the cracked pistachio around the edges of the bear after it was die cut. I also used one size larger to cut the yellow border around the bear, next I adhere the bear on the yellow paper and added the felt border around the image. I adhered the image to the card then I stamped the sentiment that was used on the same paper, die cut it and inked the edges, then I cut the yellow paper again. I adhered the sentiment on the yellow but applied it to the right side leaving room along the left side to add the felt ribbion accent, finally I added the buttons. Here is a look at the finished card:


For the second card I did the background exactly the same except I used Kraft paper and Tim Holtz brushed corduroy to stamp the images. After the images were stamped I cut a 2 1/2 inch by 5 inch strip of craft paper and a 3 inch strip of a cream colored card stock. I stamped the sentiment and a bear on the kraft piece then I adhered the kraft piece on the cream colored stock. I adhered it to the card and added glossy accents over the bear image. I also added some cloth word embellishement that I had in my stash. Here is a look at that finished card:


I really love the look of the stamped background and there are so many uses for it, from cards to scrapbook pages! It’s fun and the results are great!

Here is a list of products that were used for my project.


Products used that are available at
THMB023 – Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Blueprint Strip Stamps Childhood
TIM21421 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink Brushed Corduroy
TIM43218 – Tim Holtz Disterss Ink Cracked Pistachio
S4-132 – Spellbinders Nestabilites Classic Rectangles Large

I also used Tim Holtz Distress Markers, my Sizzix Big Shot and the Precision Base Plate, all also available at Cut@Home.

I used the following items from my stash, card stock, kraft card stock, felt border tape, buttons, stick on embellishments and glossy accents.

I hope you enjoyed my post this week!

Also, I had a little problem with my video from last week, I updated my video software, and it recorded everything with the images backwards! I am so sorry for any inconvenience that this caused anyone. I am working on a new video that will be posted this week if you wanted to stop back and view it.

Till next week, Thanks and Happy Scrappin


Cardmaking with Tim Holtz Shadow Press Station, Debossing Folders and Distress Inks

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Hi, hope everyone is having a great week. This week I did a couple of cards using the Tim Holtz Shadow Press Station and Tim Holtz Debossing Folders. I had lots of fun with this project! I made two cards to share with you. Let’s get started with the video:

The first card I made was a birthday card. I started with a 5″ x 7″ card base. Next I chose two colors that I wanted to use for my card and I cut 5 strips the same length and width of the debossing folders, 1 1/2 x 5 3/4. Next I used three of the debossing folders and the Shadow Press Station and inked my folders using Tim Holtz Distress ink in one of his new colors, Mermaid Lagoon, this is a beautiful shade of blue. Next I inserted my strips of paper and ran the folder through my Sizzix Big Shot. I used three of the folders, happy, birthday and wishes. Next I used an embossing folder with the Shadow Press Station. I used one of the folders from Tim Holtz Texture Fades 4PK Americana Background & Borders which is available at CutatHome. I used the stripe border embossing folder, it worked perfectly with the Shadow Press Station.

Next I adhered the strips onto my card base, I found the exact center and put the birthday sentiment in the center, then I added the other strips. Once I had the strips adhered I cut off any excess card stock. Finally I added some baker’s twine and gems. This was an easy card to make and I really like the look of the debossed lettering.

Here is a look at the finished card:


For the second card I used a piece of scalloped card stock from my stash, I used the thank you debossing folder and I used the Shadow Press Station and added the debossed image directly to my scalloped card stock piece. I used Tim Holz Dusty Concord Distress ink for stamping the sentiment. Next I inked the edges of the scalloped card stock, I also added some splotches of color in the background of the paper. I added some other colors, Shabby Shutters, Cracked Pistachio and some White craft ink to create a faux water color background. I adhered this to a 5″ x 7″ card stock base that I made from a 10″ x 7″ piece of paper, scored and folded. I added a piece of glitter ribbon to the side, some flowers with gems and finally a butterfly. For the butterfly I inked the edges with the Dusty Concord and added some Shabby Shutters in the center. I added some twine to make the body and the antennas on the butterfly.

Here is a look at that finished card:


These cards were fun to make and I really love this Shadow Press Station and the Debossing Folders, I am pretty sure I will be collecting them all, I hope you give them a try.

Here is a list of the products that I used that are available on the Cut@Home web site.

660209 – Tim Holtz Shadow Press Station
659858 – Tim Holtz Debossing Folders, Sentiment Set Wishes


657489 – Tim Holtz Texture Fades 4PK Americana Background & Borders
TIM43256 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink Mermaid Lagoon
TIM43218 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink Cracked Pistachio
TIM21490 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink Shabby Shutters
TIM21445 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink Dusty Concord


I used my Sizzix Big Shot which is available at Cut@Home.

I also used the following from my stash, card stock, white craft ink, glitter tape, baker’s twine, flowers, a butterfly and gems.

I hope you enjoyed my post today, until next week Thanks and Happy Scrappin!

SpellbindersSizzixTim HoltzHeartfelt CreationsGraphic 45Silhouette AmericaElizabeth Craft DesignsMagnolia StampsSpectrum NoirJustRite Stampers