Friday, July 30, 2010

Smoosh 1 Tim Holtz

If you had a chance to watch the video "Smoosh" for, this is the sample card I did for that video. During the video I made another card and liked those colors even better but thought I'd show you how you can use the same colors of ink in this technique and come up with a totally different look.
We're getting ready to head home from CHA in Chicago. Oh my what a wonderful time we have had. There was so much to see and I even had the chance to do some make and takes. I've met some awesome people from several different companies and can't wait to share some of their products and what you can do with them. I also met Dane and Peggy from and they gave me the new embosser and pad, VIDEO IS COMING!!! can't wait to try it out with the new colors of Ten Second Studio metals that Hallie Jo just got in at Cropstop. I'm so torn between the new Cricut Imagine and the Eclipse from Sizzix. I'll do a post on that all by itself. I'm such a Cricut fan!!! Then there's all the new products being introduced by Ranger, from Claudine Hellmuth and Tim Holtz . Cropstop ordered tons!!!!! I'll post a picture of the pin I made using Tim's new die cut and metal clock face it's too cool! I think I might even do a video showing how I did it, the artist who designed it gave me the instructions and said I could share. Forgotten her name but it's on the instuctions, which I'll post for you. I talked with Post-it about their products for us to use with Cricut, Oh! wait till' you see that and then one of my most exciting is CLAY & Cricut. Oh my gosh!!! the ideas and projects are endless. I've got so much more to share I'll save some for tomorrow when I'm home and can add pictures. This is a bit funny, we took the Flip camera to video CHA and well, got so caught up in all of it all we only got videoed the doorway opening to the convention LOL Have a great day and be sure to check back tomorrow!

1 comment:

  1. Hi There...I know you met so many at CHA but I hope you remember me? I met you while standing in line for the wine glass craft. We both teach at Hobby Lobby... we traded business cards?? anyways here I am, I became a follower. I just started my blog one month ago so I am just getting the hang of things. It was nice meeting you. Nice Hobby Lobby schedule, I bet they love you over there.