Tim Holtz Seasonal Mica Distress Crayons Release

Did you happen to catch the news yesterday? New Tim Holtz Seasonal Mica Distress Crayons are here! Like the Distress Mica Sprays that came out last month, these new crayons are limited edition colors with an amazing pearl mica finish. There are four sets, for a total of twelve amazing new colors that are perfect for all of your seasonal makes… or for a rainbow of fabulous colors that work all year round. I had lots of fun creating some projects for the surprise mid-week reveal, and I’m excited to share the first of them here with you today. Since Halloween is right around the corner, let’s start with this Halloween gift tag.

If you’re not familiar with Distress Crayons, you’ll definitely want to watch yesterday’s replay on Tim’s blog or YouTube channel where he demos many tips and tricks for working with this medium. The fun thing about the crayons is that they can be used in many different ways, and I tried to show that in this tag make. One way you can use them is to create gorgeous blended backgrounds, like this wicked web pattern here. Best tip for a smoothly blended background is to coat your paper with Distress Collage medium first, and let that thoroughly dry. I stamped the spiderwebs from the Stamper’s Anonymous Tangled Web stamp set over my coated tag using Black Soot Archival Distress ink. Then you can scribble on the Mica Distress Crayons and blend the pigments out with a damp finger. For this tag, I used the Bubbling Cauldron and Jack O’Lantern Mica Crayons to create this two-tone Halloween design.

You can also color directly with the Distress Crayons, and that is what I did on the scalloped border strip and die cut lettering. And as one final touch, I doodled directly onto the die cuts to add some detail to those, too.

Looking for more Distress Crayon ideas?


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

Ranger Ink - Dina Wakley Media - White Tag - Sizes Number 8 and 10 Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Watercolor Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - 10 Pack Idea-ology - Tim Holtz - 6 x 9 Kraft Stock - Neutral Tim Holtz Cling Rubber Stamps TANGLED WEBS CMS346 Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Toil and Trouble Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Alphanumeric Varsity Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Decorative Trims Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Halloween - Distress Crayons - Pearl - Set One Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Halloween - Distress Crayons - Pearl - Set Two Tim Holtz Distress Archival Ink Pad BLACK SOOT Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad BLACK SOOT Ranger TIM19541 Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium MATTE TDA47933 Tim Holtz Distress COLLAGE BRUSH SET TDA50896 Tim Holtz Idea-ology HALLOWEEN TRIMMINGS th94072 Tim Holtz Idea-ology LOOP PINS TH93200 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad CARVED PUMPKIN Ranger TIM43201
Sizzix Alphanumeric Handmade Bigz XL

Monster Mash with PhotoPlay Paper

October is here! My favorite month of the year! Time for pumpkins and leaves and all things Halloween. So what better time to share a card that I made for PhotoPlay Paper with their adorable new Halloween collection for the year, Monster Mash.

This card is a very quick and easy design with background patterned paper and a 3×4 journaling card from the cut-apart kit paper. I layered the journaling card onto some contrasting paper, using my old Tim Holtz Stitched Ovals die set to cut negative scalloped borders across the top and bottom of the panel. And then for additional accent, I added one of the removed scallop strips across the center of the card, along with a twine wrap and bow.

And last, but not least, a pair of cardstock sticker characters and sentiment strip finish off the design.
Happy Friday, crafty friends! Thanks so much for stopping by!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

PhotoPlay MONSTER MASH 12 x 12 Collection Pack mma2892
Sizzix Tim Holtz Stitched Ovals Thinlits
Purple Twine

Tim Holtz Sizzix Halloween- Pumpkin Patch Colorize

Hello, crafty friends! Now that fall is officially here, it’s time to share all things spooky! And today I have a spooky sweet fabric project to share that I made for the Tim Holtz Sizzix Halloween release… a small pillow tuck made with Tim Holtz Eclectic Elements fabric and felt and the new Pumpkin Patch Colorize die set.

Now Tim has released lots of pumpkin die sets over the years, but this new Colorize set is a true favorite. In this set, you receive two different jack o’lantern images and two different bats, each with multiple layers that you die cut and stack for a real 3D appeal. I love that the dies come with base shapes, and then pieces that you layer to build up the design. You can see that I used yellow felt for the base here, and then stacked three shades of orange felt and two shades of green felt for the stems. And a little tip, if you don’t have enough colors of felt (or even paper, for that matter), you can add Distress ink to the felt to change the shade. For this project, I only had two colors of orange felt, so I inked up the felt with Rusty Hinge Distress ink to make a third, darker shade.

The felt I used is from Benzie Designs, and it really does die cut beautifully. Therm O Web Sprayn’Bond Fusible Adhesive was really helpful for adhering all these pieces together, without the need to sew. I fused the pumpkin and bats to a backing of Abandoned Eclectic Elements fabric and used a row of pom pom trim to create a grassy border. A bit of Distress-dyed seam binding was added in a bow, and vintage rick-rack trim was sewn around the border.

I love this time of year! Happy Fall y’all!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Pumpkin Patch Colorize Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pads - Rusty Hinge Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pads - Mowed Lawn
Benzie Felt
Eclectic Elements Abandoned Fabric Collection
Trim

Tim Holtz Frosted Crystal and Distress Crayons

A couple of weeks ago, Tim Holtz shared an awesome Live demo featuring the new larger sized Frosted Crystal and the latest set of Distress Crayons (if you missed that demo, you can catch the replay on Tim’s blog or YouTube channel). After the Live, I shared a collage tag that I had made, and today I’m back with another project using the same products and techniques. This time, a fabric-based sewing-inspired ATC.

So this set of Distress Crayons features the three newest colors to join the Distress family, Salvaged Patina, Kitsch Flamingo, and Prize Ribbon. And what I didn’t realize at the time of their arrival is how wonderfully these three colors work together. I used all three in combination on this collage-style card, and I really love how it turned out.

One of the tricks that Tim shared on his Live demo was how to use the Frosted Crystal embossing powder to give “tooth” to paper surfaces for the Distress Crayons to stick to. So I used that technique to coat several Idea-ology die cut embellishments for this project, including simple black and white images like this dress form, as well as colored die cuts like the butterfly and floral sprays. Of course starting with a clean slate, I could completely color the dress form with the crayons, creating a color combo of my choosing. And for the accents that were already colored, I was able to add a bit of extra detail to the images with the crayons. If you look closely, you’ll see I added pink to the edges of the butterfly’s wings. And the flower branches got extra highlights of both pink and green.

The rest of the elements are just Idea-ology ephemera pieces, layered and stitched down onto bottom batting. I added an Idea-ology pin and stacked some of the images up on foam dots to add depth and dimension. I think it turned out so cute, and can’t wait to display this sew-sweet little card in my sewing room.

Have you tried out the new crayons and Frosted Crystal powder yet?


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

 

Tim Holtz Idea-ology Ephemera Pack THRIFT SHOP TH93114 Tim Holtz Idea-ology Ephemera Pack FIELD NOTES th94051 Tim Holtz Idea-ology COLLECTOR Ephemera Layers TH93553 Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Crayons - Set 12 Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Frosted Crystal Tim Holtz Idea-ology WIRE PINS TH93011 Tim Holtz DETAILER WATER BRUSH Ranger Watercoloring TIP33080 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad BRUSHED CORDUROY Ranger TIM21421

 

Tim Holtz Sizzix Christmas- Cozy Winter

Hello, crafty friends! It’s the most wonderful time of the year… time for holiday festivity and fun with the release of the new 2021 Tim Holtz Sizzix Christmas/winter collection! I hope you all had a chance to catch the LIVE reveal on Tim’s YouTube channel this past Saturday. If not, never fear… you can always watch the replay at timholtz.com. You won’t want to miss all the amazingly inspiring project makes!

I was so very fortunate to get to create projects for the Live reveal, and today I’m excited to share the first of them here with you. This is the adorable new Cozy Winter set and the equally fabulous new Tall Pines paired together on a snowy winter holiday shaker card.

The background and framework for this shaker card were crafted from Distress Watercolor cardstock that was inked and splattered to create a snowy scene. I used a combination of Mermaid Lagoon and Iced Spruce Distress Oxide Spray on the background “sky”, which of course was splashed with water droplets followed by flicks of Picket Fence Distress Paint. The pine trees were die cut once from Kraft Stock cardstock and once from Watercolor cardstock, and inlaid together to give the look of a snowy forest. More dots of paint add a touch of snow to the tree branches.

The bear was also die cut from Distress Watercolor cardstock that was inked in a variety of pink, brown, and black Distress inks. And because I love fabric as much as I love paper, I decided to die cut the scarf and cups from felt to add a touch of fuzzy warmth to the design.

Do you have a favorite from the new release? To me it’s hard to choose just one!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

 

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Watercolor Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - 10 Pack Idea-ology - Tim Holtz - 8 x 8 Kraft Stock - Classic Sizzix - Christmas - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Cozy Winter Sizzix - Christmas - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Tall Pines Ranger Ink - Wendy Vecchi - Archival Ink Pads - Watering Can Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad TATTERED ROSE Ranger TIM20240 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad BRUSHED CORDUROY Ranger TIM21421 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad GATHERED TWIGS Ranger TIM32823 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad WALNUT STAIN Ranger TIM19534 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad BLACK SOOT Ranger TIM19541 Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray MERMAID LAGOON Ranger tso64770 Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray ICED SPRUCE Ranger tso64763 Tim Holtz Flip Top Distress Paint PICKET FENCE Ranger TDF53170 Sizzix FESTIVE Sequins And Beads 664675 Sizzix - Making Essentials Collection - Sequins and Beads - Arctic Sky Sizzix - Making Essentials Collection - Sequins and Beads - Mint Julep
Benzie Designs Felt
Hero Arts Printer’s Type Lower Alphabet

Tim Holtz Sizzix Halloween- Costume Party

Happy Saturday, crafty friends, and thanks so much for stopping by! It’s now September, and those of you have been following me for awhile probably already know what that means…. this is the time of year when my brain turns to all things fall and my favorite holiday of all, Halloween. Today I wanted to share one of the projects that I made for the Tim Holtz LIVE Sizzix Halloween reveal. This spooky sweet 5×7 desk frame features new dies and new limited edition grit paste and glitter from Tim’s Halloween release.

Can you even resist these cute little characters? This trio is from the Costume Party Thinlits die set, and it is the latest in the Colorize line. If you’re not familiar with Colorize, it’s basically layers of dies that you build up following the color code stamped on the back of each die. I used a combination of Kraft Stock cardstock and Distress-inked watercolor cardstock to build my trick-or-treaters, and I love how the mix of surfaces adds contrasting visual texture to the finished design. And for even more fun, I used the special limited edition Nightfall Glitter from the Distress Sparkle Set for some sparkly accents on eyebrows, eyes, and hair.

The background of the frame is Distress watercolor cardstock that has been inked with Victorian Velvet, Stormy Sky, and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide. I masked the moon from an older set, Gate Keeper, and inked around the mask with Fossilized Amber Oxide to add the warm glow of the moon. I watercolored more oxide over the scene using a thin paintbrush, and that created the windy swirls that you see. Then splatters of Picket Fence paint create the look of stars.

The little die cut bats are also from the Gate Keeper die set, and I added in stamped tombstones from the old Village Graveyard set. I believe the graveyard set has been discontinued, but there are tombstones in the new Halloween Vault set that could be substituted. I cut the ground freehand from kraft stock cardstock, and swiped it with a bit of Distress paint to add color contrast and depth. The frame itself was painted with a combination of Picket Fence and Black Soot Distress paint, which was then sanded to remove some of the paint before adding the fabulous Crypt Distress Grit Paste from the limited edition Halloween Texture Set. The Grit Paste was sanded, too, and the whole finished result gives that fabulous aged, time worn appearance I truly love at Halloween.

Have you started on Halloween crafting? Have a favorite from the Tim Holtz release? I’d love to hear!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

Idea-ology - Tim Holtz - 8 x 8 Kraft Stock - Classic Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Watercolor Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - 10 Pack Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Costume Party Colorize Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Halloween - Thinlits Die - Gate Keeper Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Vault Series - Halloween 2021 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Antique Linen Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Tea Dye Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Frayed Burlap Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Black Soot Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pads - Candied Apple Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Pads - Fossilized Amber Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Pads - Victorian Velvet Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Pads - Stormy Sky Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Pads - Chipped Sapphire Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Oxides Ink Pads - Shabby Shutters Tim Holtz Flip Top Distress Paint PICKET FENCE Ranger TDF53170 Tim Holtz Flip Top Distress Paint BLACK SOOT Ranger TDF52937 Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Halloween - Distress Texture Paste Set
Tim Holtz Sizzix Village Graveyard Thinlits Die Set
Distress Sparkle Set: Nightfall Glitter
Hero Arts Printer’s Type Lower Stamp Set

Tim Holtz Extra- New Distress & Frosted Crystal

Hi crafty friends! Today is a fun day for Tim Holtz fans with the announcement of a surprise YouTube Live featuring the latest new additions to the lineup of Distress. Today sees the release of three new Distress colors in crayon formulation, Kitsch Flamingo, Salvaged Patina, and the latest color, Prize Ribbon. But not only are there new crayons today, another favorite product in the Distress family is now available in a larger size…. Frosted Crystal embossing powder. And Tim is sharing a fun demo using all these new products on his YouTube channel today. And don’t worry if you’ve missed the LIVE, as you can always catch the replay! Just head to Tim’s blog for more information on that!

I had such fun playing with the new colors, and challenged myself to combine all three of them on this tag. Prize Ribbon is really the perfect blue for the paper dolls that I tinted. The little boy looks like a vintage version of a Boy Scout, and makes me nostalgic for those younger scout days I shared with my son. And she looks quite good in blue, too. I went much lighter with her coloration, but used Prize Ribbon for the main color on both images… and I really like the gradations of color you can achieve from just one crayon.

If you’ve not played with Frosted Crystal embossing powder before, it will most likely feel very different from products you’ve used before. This powder, like it’s name implies, leaves a frosted, textured, matte finish, unlike most embossing powders that melt to a shiny smooth, glass-like consistency. If you zoom in on these Paper Dolls, you can see what I mean about the texture. Once coated with the powder, these ephemera pieces are very easy to watercolor with the Distress crayons. So if you’ve struggled coloring the slick surface of Paper Dolls in the past, you may want to give this technique a try. Tim gave a great demo on this during his Live on Distress Crayons and Glaze, which you can find on his YouTube channel.

This tag was a great way to experiment with the new colors, and use up some of my older pieces of Idea-ology die cuts. All the bits were adhered to the tag with Distress Collage Medium, and then the top of the tag was brushed with Collage Medium, too. I then went in with the crayons adding color and smearing it out with my finger. I used a pair of Tim Holtz stencils and a wet paper towel to remove some of the color to make those cool patterns on the background. And don’t think that the crayons only work on paper, because you can add the pigment to many things, like the corrugated paper, twine, and lace trim I used here. It’s fun to just experiment and see where your imagination can go!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

 

Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons SET 12 tdbk77190 Preview Image

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Mixed Media Heavystock - Number 8 Tags - 20 Pack Tim Holtz Idea-ology SOLOS PAPER DOLLS TH93555 Stampers Anonymous - Tim Holtz - Layering Stencil - Dot Fade Stampers Anonymous - Tim Holtz - Layering Stencil - Argyle Idea-ology - Tim Holtz - Ephemera Pack - Thrift Shop Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium MATTE TDA47933 Tim Holtz DISTRESS EMBOSSING DABBER Ranger tda72485 Tim Holtz DETAILER WATER BRUSH Ranger Watercoloring TIP33080 May Arts NATURAL Twine String Burlap Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons SET 3 TDBK47926


Frosted Crystal

Tim Holtz Sizzix Chapter 3- Treat Bags

Happy Monday, crafty friends! Today I’m back to share the second project that I made for the Tim Holtz Sizzix Chapter 3 reveal on YouTube Live this past weekend. Once again, I’m turning to my favorite new set of the Chapter 3 release… the Switchlits Interchangeable Seal… to create a pair of prize ribbon sweet treat bags.

I have always been a sucker for packaging made from brown kraft paper, so these fun candy bags are right up my alley. And I do love the color red mixed with kraft, so that was the jumping off point of this project. The first step was stamping the bags with one of my favorite Tim Holtz background stamps called Flurry & Pine in my most favorite Distress color of all, Brushed Corduroy. The bags were then flicked with ink and Antique Linen Distress paint before being filled with crinkle paper and candy sticks. I used a combo of inked lace and pink twine to tie the bags closed.

From there it was simply a matter of making a prize ribbon topper using the Switchlits Seal set and some numbers and letters from the new Varsity Alphanumeric set, also from Chapter 3. I love mixing textures, so I added several layers to the center of the medallions combining hard and soft surfaces like paper, fabric, and an old antique pearl button. You’ll notice I used two different dies from the Seal set to cut out the rounds, one being the scalloped edge and the other the pinked. Candied Apple, Barn Door, and Abandoned Coral Distress inks on watercolor cardstock were used to die cut the seals from, and then the embossed raised areas were emphasized with Brushed Corduroy ink. I dry brushed Antique Linen paint onto the embossing, too. The Varsity letters and numbers were die cut from two different Kraft Stock cardstocks and then nestled back together. Then simple fishtail banners finish the design.

I really love how these turned out, and think they would be adorable in any color combo for any different occasion or holiday. And how ironic that I made prize ribbons when the name of the brand new color of Distress revealed on Saturday is Prize Ribbon! Honestly, I didn’t know! But how fabulous would these ribbons look in that blue? ❤


The supplies I used are linked and/or listed below:

 

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Watercolor Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - 10 Pack Idea-ology - Tim Holtz - 8 x 8 Kraft Stock - Classic Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Switchlits Embossing Folder and Dies - Seal Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Alphanumeric Varsity Tim Holtz Cling Rubber Stamps FLURRY AND PINE CMS312 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Brushed Corduroy Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pads - Candied Apple Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pads - Barn Door Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Archival Ink - 4 Pack Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pad - Abandoned Coral Tim Holtz Flip Top Distress Paint ANTIQUE LINEN Ranger TDF52906

Hero Arts: Printers Type Lower Alpha
Lace, Twine, Fabric, Buttons

 

A Sweet as Honey Mother’s Day with PhotoPlay Paper

Happy Thursday, crafty friends! With Mother’s Day quickly approaching this weekend, I thought now was the perfect time to share this mom card that I made for PhotoPlay Paper featuring their adorable Sweet as Honey collection.

As you may guess from the cute garden gnome, Sweet as Honey is a continuation of the popular Tulla & Norbert product line that PhotoPlay began releasing last year. This kit is perfect for spring and summer with it’s bright sunny colors and garden theme filled with flowers and bees. I created an outdoorsy scene for my card using stickers from the collection and a couple of die sets. I really love all the flowers, and I think most moms would, too.

To turn this card from an everyday card into a Mother’s Day card, I used a sentiment die set from PhotoPlay’s Say it With Stamps collection to die cut the word Mom into the front of the card. Once die cut, I nestled the wording back in place, adhering it to the inside of the card to create a fun, peek-a-boo window for a little element of surprise.

I hope all of you celebrating Mother’s Day this Sunday have an amazing weekend! And thanks so much for stopping by!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

Photo Play Paper - 12 x 12 Paper Pack - White Cardstock Core'dinations - 8.5 x 11 Cardstock - Value Pack - Black Cat - 50 sheets Sizzix - Making Essentials Collection - Cardstock Sheets - 80 Sheets Photo Play Paper - Tulla and Norbert's Sweet As Honey Collection - 12 x 12 Collection Pack Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Die - Circle Play Photo Play Paper - Say It With Stamps Collection - Dies - Borders
PhotoPlay Paper Say it With Stamps Mom & Dad Etched Dies
Stampin’Up Twine

Tim Holtz Sizzix Chapter 2- Folk Flowers Revisited

Hello, crafty friends! Happy Tuesday to you! Today I’m here to share my last project that I made for the Tim Holtz Sizzix Chapter 2 reveal. This time, I have another art tag to show that features the beautiful new cover plate background die, Folk Flowers.

If you popped in a couple of weeks ago, you may have seen the companion tag that I made in a very similar style. Whereas that tag used the Folk Flowers die as a stencil, adding Distress Grit Paste and Distress Embossing Glaze to create a raised surface… this time I layered the die cut panel onto a tag base to create recessed areas with all those negative cut outs. It’s another way to use a large background die to give a totally different look to the finished project.

Here in the close-up shot you can catch a better view of the recessed pattern. I used a Distress Embossing Pen to add embossing medium to the inside of each cut-out opening, and then filled the recessions with Distress Embossing Glaze. Once heated, the tag looks like it was enameled, like stained glass. It’s such a pretty technique, and so easy, too.

The top of the tag was smeared with a bit of Distress Grit Paste to give it an aged appearance and Distress Crayon was added to bring out the texture. I love how old and grungy it looks, like this tag has been around for a long, long time. I added leaf sprigs that are from the Funky Nature die set from Chapter 1. More lace and scallops and ribbon. The metal is an Idea-ology Quote Band.

Art tags are always great all on their own, but I added mine to a simple kraft gift bag for gift giving. Remove the clip at the top, and the tag comes right off and becomes part of the gift. I love two-fer projects like that.

That’s a wrap for my Chapter 2 projects from the YouTube Live reveal. In case you missed my other Folk Flowers art tag, you can see that HERE. Thanks so much for stopping by!


The supplies that I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Mixed Media Heavystock - Number 8 Tags - 20 Pack Idea-ology - Tim Holtz - 8 x 8 Kraft Stock - Classic Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Die - Folk Flowers Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Thinlits Dies - Funky Nature Advantus - Tim Holtz - Idea-ology Collection - Quote Bands Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Antique Linen Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Old Paper Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Vintage Photo Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Crayons - Set 3 Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Embossing Glaze and Embossing Pen Set - Peeled Paint Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Embossing Glaze - Rustic Wilderness
Sizzix Stitched Ovals Thinlits Die Set
Stampin’Up Seam Binding Ribbon
Lace