Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Creative Chemistry

I'm taking Creative Chemistry with Tim Holtz online over at Online Card Classes. I'm working a little of out order and part of it is because I don't have all the supplies. My local stores don't carry everything that's used in the class so I've got some on order and some I'll need to look around in my stash for some substitutes. Here are the first 3 techniques from Day 2 (Day 1 was more product chemistry information - no homework). Okay so we've got the Blended Spritz and Flick, Brushless Watercolor, and Wrinkle-Free Distress. I'm using my cell phone here, my light tent isn't quite finished yet.

Day 5 - I've only did one of the three homework assignments for day 5 so far. I need to find a subsitution for the picket fence distress stain in order to finish my homework :)
But here is the Craft Resist or is it Kraft Resist? Anyway, this uses the paper from a stack of pre-printed and pre-embossed paper from Tim Holtz. I was happy that I bought this paper to use a few weeks ago for a vintage style scrapbook that my son had to make for his school project on Thomas Edison. (I'll post more on that later).
I'm using scraps of paper rather than the tags for now.

Next up for me is day 7. Again, I only did one of the techniques for this lesson so far.
This one is called Nostalgic Batik - love that name!


Contagiously Crafty said...

I love the colors on your Nostalgic Batik! The choice of stamps is also perfect. I wish mine had turned out as good. Great job!

Emily Leiphart said...

Wow, these are stunning! I spent some time admiring all the little details. Those colours are out of this world!