Hi, how have you been? Sometimes it feels like ages before I get to post again. Our lives today seem to be so busy. I took time out from my juggling act to feed a bit of my creative side, with a class from Tim Holtz. It is an amazing class and I urge you all to do it ( I understand that you can still sign up and have access to the class) it is a great way to fit in a class when you are busy, and who better to teach you about Ranger and Distress products that the man himself.
The class is called : Creative Chemistry 101. and can be found here: http://www.onlinecardclasses.com/
The techniques are great so I thought I would put one of them into practice and make my sons birthday card.
I did the technique on water colour paper and it came out with a great hessian type of texture.
The technique uses embossing powder, distress inks, permanent ink and sprinkling of water (only I think I drowned rather than sprinkled)
A first attempt, really like this technique so will be trying again, and again and again. Love the way the embossing pops right off the page :)
Need a lot of work to get it better, but happy with the results of this card.
Scrapbooking Australia has a great range of Tim HOltz products, in fact he has his own category lol.
have you been playing with any new techniques lately?