These are the first tags I’ve made for the first three techniques we learned in the Tim Holtz Creative Chemistry 101 course at Online Card Classes. There is a lot to learn and not enough hours in the day to practice! Thanks for visiting.
March 20, 2012
Creative Chemistry 101 – Day 2
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Top Cookie – April 2021
Latest on InstagramI made a thing! A card! After a brief hiatus, I’m back to doing a few creative things!I always love creating on tags! Sometimes I make little mixed media tags, other times gift tags for upcoming holidays. Here I made a tag as the focal point on a Christmas card and if you scroll to the second photo you’ll see some more gift tags I made for my stash.Prepping kits for my upcoming class during which we make three extremely cute hot air balloon cards (it’s with @lawnfawn - synonymous with adorable!). I taught this class yesterday and have another to go on Saturday! Lots of die-cutting, picture-taking, revising my handout—did I mention die-cutting?! It’s so fun to share the moment when students finish the platform pop-up card and glow with happiness! ☺️
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