Friday, April 13, 2012

Sew thankful for you

This card and tag techniques from the Tim Holtz Chemistry 101 on-line class I participated in.  The dress form was created using a Unity Stamp and the Brushless Watercolor technique and then distressing the edges with Distress Ink (Scattered Straw).  The purple tag was created with Distress Inks and then misted with Smooch Spritz (Vanilla Shimmer).  The spool of thread is also a Unity stamp that I heat embossed and fussy cut out.  I applied a heavy dose of Art Glitter (pink gala glitz) to the heart and added the Ruler Ribbon as a finishing touch.

The card base is Kraft resist paper that I inked up with Distress Inks and then flicked with water (the blended, spritz and flick technique).  I attached the tag with removable tape so the recipient could use the tag for a book mark or for whatever they choose.

I had so much fun taking the class.  I'm sure you'll be seeing a lot more of the techniques we learned (or relearned) as time goes by.

I'm entering this in the following challenge: Oozak (anything goes)


McCrafty's Cards said...

Fabulous tag Anne, I like all the elements,
Kevin xx

Tammy said...

OH Anne, it's fantastic! I love all of the techniques you used and with such great success!

jimlynn said...

Lovely card Anne. I just so admire you for making such beautiful works of art with all the different techniques! Truly an artist!
Love this.

Linda said...

Loving you tag. I am into the sewing theme at the moment too. I love the different techniques you have used and I love that tape measure.

Linda xxx

anaRy said...

very creative Tag Ann!
Thank u for joining us at oozak's challege blog,
hugs anaRy

Mel said...

Fabulous tag, so beautiful. Thank you for joining us at Oozak's first challenge :)

Patricia St Martin said...

Anne great job on your tag. Tim Holtz's classes are so much fun and you really did a great job and his stuff is so much fun to work with. Can't wait to see what else you learned.
Hugs, Patricia

Shelly Schmidt said...

How cool is this- I did not take that class- looks like I need to! Awesome!