Thursday, August 26, 2010

Lord Tim of Holtz Inspired

Morning folks and no more disasters in the cubbyhole I am pleased to say....frantically touching wood and good news in the Big Shot saga....I got an e-mail apologising for the problems I had and advising me that the errant machine would be picked up by courier and I will get a full refund and no-one was more surprised than me when the courier turned up yesterday morning just as I finished parcelling it up....so far so good.....looks like the "declare war" hat will be winging it's way back to the cupboard and no more motorised die cutters for me.....reverting back to the old...much more reliable...turn the handle Big Shot.     And despite my traumatic evening I did manage to finish my Lord Timmie of Holtz project for the challenge this week over at Simon Says Stamp & Show

ANYTHING....LORD TIM OF HOLTZ INSPIRED
I decided to make a little wall hanging for the cubbyhole because when I'm in there....time does indeed just fly.....I can lose myself for hours just playing with some of my favourite crafty stuff and Tim's stuff comes right up there at the top of my favourites list



Papers: Tim Holtz Paper Stack: Vintage Shabby
Stampers Anonymous...Tim Holtz Collection...Shabby French
Grunge Paper
Texture Fade....Dot Matrix
Distress Crackle Paint...Antique Linen
Tim Holtz Idea-ology...Game Spinners 
Tim Holtz Distress Inks....Brushed Corduroy....Walnut Stain...Barn Door
Alterations:  Elegant Flourishes...Caged Bird
Grungeboard Alphabet Soup
Adirondack Paint Dabber....Snow Cap
Decoart.....Glamour Dust
and the must use product of the moment....the fabulous tissue tape guaranteed to be on every card until you are all sick of the sight of it....so versatile and very sticky.....I covered SU twill tape with it to make the ribbon but a little tip from me....it's just like a roll of sellotape so once you are finished bend a little bit back on itself....makes it easy to find the end again.....I didn't and it took me about 10 mins of fingertip touchy feely all round the roll before I could use it again.
And have you heard the news that the lovely Linda Elbourne...yes the queen bee over at Simon Says Stamp and Show now appears on the Lord's blog roll.....oh wow how excited she must be and at this moment is probably still stuck to the ceiling....but what I want to know.....what took him so long as her work is totally totally Timmiefantastic.  Catch up with you all later
Hugs Kath xxx
Edited to add: to answer your question....it isn't a working clock but it could be....you can buy the necessary stuff from HERE

31 comments:

Julie said...

Wow Kath, this is brilliant, is there a clock mechanism at the back, these would make great pressies. Hope the weather is drier up there than down here in the midlands, its a bit damp! Take Care Julie x

Ann Rosie said...

So gorgeous - you're a wonder!!!

Love and Hugs
Ann

LorraineM said...

Just love your clock - well all of you projects actually :) but as time is always a big issue for me the clock is tops and I would love to have a go at similar. Can I ask if it is an working clock?

Bluefairy4U said...

Morning Kath & Buddy, well what can I say what a fabulous clock and that lovely birdy you made into a Robin, how cute I adore robins, so thank you for the idea.Enjoy your day its been raining for two days in London. Hugs JO.xxxx

Kathleen said...

WOW Kath This is brilliant. I love it. Great idea and on my do to list.
Kathleen x

Saskia said...

Hello Kath!!

Wow... this is sooooo beautiful!!! You're so talented and so creative! It's always a pleasure to visit your blog!

Sweet greetings, Saskia :)

**I've got a polka-dots candy on my blog, feel free to take a look!** :)

Cheryl said...

oh wow kath this is just incredible oh wow this really is one masterpiece,just lost for words,hugs cheryl xxx

CRAZYCRAFTSHED said...

Hi Kath
Wow this is fabulous,
Hugs Dianne xx :)

scrappyjacky said...

Absolutely stunning,Kath.

Artyjen said...

Gorgeous! Will look so fab on your wall :) Please don't put a clock mechanism in it Kath....as you say time flies quick enough as it is without actually watching the clock telling you so!!! HOL
xoxo Sioux

Marja Sch said...

Absolutly stunning. Oh my I love this. Hugs Marja

Vicky said...

This is absolutely fabulous Kath, I adore the colours...wish I could get in your head...your ideas are wonderful
Thanks so much for your email, you made my year...
x
vicky

Kat said...

This is stunning Kath. I love it. I'd love to have a play today after doing nothing since the weekend but DT cards are calling me first. Didn't get anything done while Catriona and the kids were here. They left after tea last night and luckily today's my day off. Think Maddy's missing her friend Missy. I seem to have a lot of her yellow Labrador coat floating about my hall though. Still tomorrow's another day lol!

Kat xx

kathleen said...

Hi kath this is gorgeous.

Kathleen x

LynneForsythe said...

A-MAZ-ING!!! Kath...love it!!

Thanks bunches for playing along with the Design Teamies and Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!!

Christine B. said...

Hi Kath another outstanding piece. Love it. I knew it would be good but this is gorgeous. Love the robin. What a lovely piece to look at everyday. Hugs x ChrisB

CraftyC said...

Wow Kath, its stunning. So Lord Tim and all the embellishments are gorgeous!
Clairex

Vicky said...

Hi again Kath, just wanted you to know I have published the cards and thank you again for all your inspiration
x
Vicky

Lin said...

Perfect for the challenge - best of luck, Kath!

Jacque said...

Beatiful Blog, Kath !!!!!!!

Kiss

Jacque

Neet said...

Well, I am a day late in posting for WOYWW and am I glad I am. I love this artwork of yours. Wonderful!

Elfcrafts said...

A truely gorgeous wall hanging! What a wonderful idea to make it a working clock as well. I love the calendar images and birds are always a favourite.
Em x

Judy's Crafty Moments said...

Just stunning Kath! Your work is amazing! Gld to see your Big Shot dilemma is all sorted!

Hugs

Judy xx

Tiffany said...

This is amazing! Love to see all the color and details that you have put into this, beautiful job!

Laura said...

This is great I love the muted colours with the vibrant splash of red, my favourite bit is the little bird!!!

Helen said...

Love this!!
Glad you got your big shot sorted!

Carol said...

This is gorgeous Kath! and what a fabulous addition to your cubbyhole :)
Great use of all the different elements....Faberoonie!

Hugs
Carol xxx

Anette said...

My sentiments exactly!!

Anette xxx

Suzanne said...

Absolutely fantastic. I love it and I think it was agood idea to make it an ornament - you wouldn't want to be aware of how long your really locked away in the cubbyhole, lol x

kerenbaker said...

What a fab project - love the colours too!

Keren

Minxy said...

hummm not quite sure how i missed this little cracker...tis divine

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