My Take on Tim Holtz December 2015 Tag
- Created: Sunday, 06 December 2015 22:02
It's the new month and the last Tim Holtz tag of 2015. This month was an interesting one. The amount of product I had did not outweigh the product I didn't have. So here we go....
Tim Holtz Tag and Instructions.
I cut a tag out of watercolor paper and cut another tag out of DCWV burlap using the Tim Holtz large tag die. I glued the burlap to the tag using the Ranger collage glue stick.
I used the Gothic THS026 Tim Holtz stencil instead of the THS032 stencil that Mr. Holtz used. I also used Dylusions Cherry Pie Spray Ink instead of distress spray ink which I don't own.
I used ground espresso to ink the edges of the tag. I used the Festive Greenery Tim Holtz strip die to cut 3 colors of card stock from the holly leaves and various other small winter greenery. I also inked the edges of the greenery with ground espresso.
I glued them on the tag around the circle I drew.
I then cut the small bow from the bow strip die and cut some flowers from the Tim Holtz tiny tattered floral dies. I used the same color of cardstock for the bow and the flowers.
I attached the bow and the flowers onto the tag. I used the flowers because I also did not have the jingle bell brads.
I do not own the distress splatter brush so I used the Tim Holtz marker spritzer and the white picket fence distress marker. I took the chit chat stickers and distressed the edges with the Tim Holtz sanding block.
I glued the chit chat stickers using Ranger Glossy Accents. I then took a star and used Current alcohol ink to color it and also glued it on using Ranger Glossy Accents. I sewed around the bottom of the tag using my sewing machine. I then took a piece of dressy ribbon and sprayed it with Dylusions Cherry Pie spray ink. I dried it and tied it to the top of the tag.
Here is the finished tag. This was fun to make and it makes me sad that this is the last tag for 2015.