Sunday, March 18, 2012

Tim Holtz~ Christmas 2011~Tag #8

by Robin Inge

Supplies Needed:

supplies: craft sheet, distress ink/winter seasonal/walnut stain/frayed burlap, paint dabber/snow cap/gold/silver/copper, archival ink/jet black, glossy accents, stickles/christmas red, ink blending tool, distress stain/fired brick/peeled paint, #8 manila tag; grungeboard, journaling tickets, plaquettes, sprocket gears, game spinners, alpha parts, light bulbs, pen nibs, vial labels, film strip ribbon, tiny attacher, sanding grip; CMS107, CMS120; dies weathered clock, gadget gears

Using Tim's distressing Inks ink the tag and then using the embossing ink and powered, emboss your stamped image on the background of the tag... Once you have this complete and it is drying you can begin creating and building the tag.  Cut out the weathered clock from grundge board and pain with the silver dobber paint, cut then cut the gadges and paint with copper and gold.  Once they have dried distress with sander and then stain with the Walnut Distressing Ing, after these pieces dry begin you can add to the tag.  Place the Weathered Clock a little off centered towards the top and glue. Take the small piece of film strip and run it along the right edge from top of tag to just below the clock and secure.
Then take the gadges cut from the grundge construct them with the metal gadget pieces and glue in the middle of the clock. 

Stamp the three men on chipboard and then cut them out and glue them towards the bottom.  Take one of the Number pieces and stain with black.  Before it completely dries take a soft cloth and remove some of the ink, leaving a little so to look old and distressed.  Place it underneath the men with brads.

Take one of the tickets and stamp with the hand pointing and then secure it with the staple gun.  Stamp Admit One of a small tag and place at the top and then take one of the ink tips and glue just below that.  With the plastic letters chose any word of your choice that will fit in the left/top corner and secure to tag.  Take the distressing glossy accents and trace outline of letters so to pop the letters even more.  Tie a ribbon at the bottom of the clock and then take a piece and tie at the top through the hole on the tag.