Thursday, March 15, 2012

Gearing up for Creative Chemistry 101

If you've ever wondered how to use all of Tim's inky goodies, this is the time to learn! Tim Holtz is teaching his first-ever online class starting next week. If it's anything like his live classes, I'm sure it's going to be phenomenal!
I'm all signed up and just need to get my supplies gathered so I'm ready to hit the ground running. In honor of a creative journey that's about to embark, I thought I'd share a little inky goodness with you made (mostly) from Tim Holtz and Ranger supplies.

Check out how the rock candy distress paint makes the pot look like a piece of crazed pottery. How cool is that!?

Plus, you can get a cool mosaic effect by applying fragment tiles over the top of the canvas. Apply a bit of glossy accents to each tile and then wiggle it around to make sure that the glue is evenly coated on the tile.

Today is all we need to nuture
Supplies: Adirondack ink, Rock candy distress paint, distress inks - Tim Holtz/Ranger; Clear plastic fragments - Tim Holtz/Advantus; Paints - Making Memories, Ranger; Black & brown inks - Versafine; Glue - Glossy Accents, Scotch; Leaf die - QuicKutz; Label Die - Spellbiners; Damask Stamp - unknown; Bingo, quote, foliage stamps - Unity; Button - Making Memories; Chipboard - Fancy pants; Yarn embellisment - Jillibean; Canvas - Michaels; Floral wire - JoAnn's Crafts; Paint brush - Home Depot
 If you're interested in signing up for the Creative Chemistry 101 class check it out here.

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