Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Tim Holtz/Sizzix Chapter 2 - Folk Flowers

Hi my friends, I'm sharing 2 cards I made for the YouTube Live launch of  the Tim Holtz/Sizziz Chapter 2 release using Folk Flowers Thinlits. If you missed the Live, you can watch the replay and check out all the amazing projects from the Makers over on Tim's Blog HERE.

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I trimmed Distress Watercolor card to 5" x 6" which is slightly larger than the Folk Flowers die, smooshed Twisted Citron, Kitsch Falmingo, Spiced Marmalade and Peacock Feathers on to the craft mat on my Glass Media Mat, spritzed with water and laid the panel on top. I dried the panel and tapped back in to pick up the remaining droplets of ink.
I die-cut using the Folk Flowers Thinlits and matted on to a 5.3/4" x 6" white card blank covered with Tim Holtz Ideaology BlackOut Kraftstock.
I fixed Sizzix Adhesive sheets to scraps of Distress Watercolor card coloured with Kitsch Flamingo and Spiced Marmalade Distress Inks and BlackOut KraftStock and die-cut using Tim Holtz/Sizzix Alphanumeric Stretch Upper and Tiny Type Thinlits.


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I coloured a panel of Tim Holtz White Yupo using Pitch Black and Slate Alcohol Inks, spritzed with Rubbing Alcohol, die cut using the Folk Flowers Thinlits, matted on to white cardstock and fixed to a white card blank, covered with Idea-ology BlackOut KraftStock. I die-cut the Folk Flowers again 3 times from BlackOut KraftStock and paper pieced some of the larger drop out pieces back into their spaces. Once the third layer was fixed in place, I sanded the pieces to reveal the kraft core.
I fixed an Idea-ology Sentiments Label Sticker to white card, trimmed to leave a small border and fixed to the card with Sizzix Foam Adhesive.
I'll be back soon to share another Chapter 2 project, in the meantime, have fun with whatever you are creating.
Hugs Kath xxx

3 comments:

  1. Beautiful creations Kath, love them.xx

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  2. Wow! Amazing the difference colour makes to the same die. Lovely.

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hugs Kath xxx