These are the cards and tag for the first Tim Holtz card class at Scrapbooks Too on Thursday, April 8th. We will be using the Spring Spring set and the At The Movies set.
I went with a bright spring tag to chase away those winter blues and a White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland for the Spring Spring set. The tag has an Ideology token, a grungepaper butterfly and a fun paint technique for the background. I snuck the clock stamp from the Going Somewhere onto the White Rabbit card along with a spinner and fastener. It needed a little movement!
The first card from the At the Movies set features Graphic45 paper, Ideology film strip and some Sizzix dies. I´ll show you how to attach the filmstrip to paper if it has been a challenge for you. It would be a beautiful Father´s Day card for an old movie buff, a great birthday card or a just because card for any film fan. The second card is bright and cheery in primary colors - would be a fun card for a kid who loves movies, a party invite or a cute gift holder for a pair of movie tickets! Itś not the typical distress look, but the stamps are so versatile and I wanted to show you another fun look!
I will have one set of stamps and inks there, but if you own them, please bring them so fewer people are sharing one set. A blending tool with foam pads and a basic class kit would also be a good idea! This is the Distress Ink list: Old Paper, Vintage Photo, Wild Honey, Rusty Hinge, Stormy Sky, Crushed Olive, Peeled Paint and Spiced Marmalade. I used Jet Black, Olive, Cobalt and Crimson Archival Ink. Even if you only have a few of the distress inks if you bring your own, it will save you and everyone else time!!