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Be Strong | Vintage Tag | Tim Holtz Products

G’day everyone. It’s been a while since my last video and today I wanted to play with my new Tim Holtz/Tonic Glass mat I just received.  WOW, I absolutely love it.  Today I’m going to create a vintage tag, and I’m dedicating this to my FurBaby Charlie, who recently passed away. LHe was my best friend and was always there, following me around.  This is dedicated to Charlie. Supplies used: – Manilla Shipping Tags Gel Pens – Black Faber-Castell Big Pitt Brush Pens Distress Crayons – Black Soot Ranger Matte Medium Paint Brushes Distress Oxide Inks – Iced Spruce, Antique…

Mixed Media Art Journal | Live Life in the Moment | Distress Oxide Inks

G’day everyone. Thought I’d do another mixed media journal page today using my new Distress Oxide Inks that I received through the week. Supplies used: – American Crafts – Canvas square chipboard minibook Old Book Page Distress Crayons – Vintage Photo Bostik Glue Stick Scissors Foam Blending Tools Archival Ink – Watering Can and Jet Black Tim Holtz Side Kick Cutting Machine Heat Gun Distress Oxide Ink – Mustard Seed, Crushed Olive, Old Paper, Spun Sugar, Black Soot, Tea Dye and Stormy Sky Stamps – Stampers Anonymours/Tim Holtz Ticket Booth Metal Dies – Stampers Anonymours/Tim Holtz Ticket Booth 662698 Water…

How to Create a Mixed Media Altered Jigsaw Puzzle Piece # 5

G’day everyone. Welcome to my Altered Jigsaw Puzzle piece for today, I’m up to number # 5 of 9 of my series. I’ll be staining some old book page with some made up strong coffee, then drying with my heat gun. This technique is great to add that vintae feel to your projects. You can adapt these to be fridge Magnets, or mount them into a frame and hang them on a wall, give them as a gift etc. It’s really endless what you could do with these. I’m going to put these on…

Vintage Birthday Card with Envelope and Wax Seal

G’day everyone. I’ve been asked to make a special card for a special lady and also wanted the word Nan on the card somewhere on the front. I decided to make this with a vintage feel to it, and it was a great challenging. The person that received this card, absolutely loved it. Script Paper, then softening the paper with water and using a cake pastry tool, I weakened the fibers in the paper to make it easier to roll. I also use the pastry tool and some foam to curve the petals on the flowers. By rubbing the back…