Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Ready for More Tags?

This Thursday we're doing tags 9 and 10 from Tim Holtz's 12 Tags of Christmas. We'll be doing image transfers with packing tape -- yes, packing tape! -- and a fun stamping technique. Join us from 11:30 - 2:30. It's a make-and-take, not a class, so no sign-ups necessary!

We've got kits at the store with a tag and and any die cuts you'll need. You bring the rest!

Here's what you'll need.

Tag 9 (directions here):
Bring your favorite background stamp. You'll also need distress ink (Tim used the winter seasonal colors, vintage photo, and wild honey), paint dabbers (pitch black and snow cap), ink blending tool, clear embossing powder, heat tool, adhesive, rock candy distress stickles, sanding grip; tulle, any alphas, and any bling.

Tag 10 (directions here):
Facets, brads (2 small), alphas, distress ink (Tim used brushed corduroy and forest moss), black archival ink, perfect pearls mists (heirloom gold), gold paint dabber, glossy accents, clear embossing powder, heat tool, ink blending tool, thin jute or string (I used baker's twine). For the bottom of the tag, you can use a bit of lace or ribbon, large pearls, small Christmas ornaments, or pieces from Christmas picks.

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