I decided to take an online card class – I’ve never taken one before. But since Tim Holtz is actually the teacher of it, I couldn’t resist. He has a class going on right now called Creative Chemistry 101, which is all about the different properties of Ranger products: Distress Ink, Liquid Pearls, Adirondack Alcohol Inks, and more. I won’t be going into too much detail as I don’t think that’s fair to share for free what people registered for the class have paid for, but I will show some of my project samples.
Last night I made some tags:
The one on the left is a pretty standard background style of his – Distress Inks with water flickers.
The middle is more of a watercolor style technique – I think you might see much more of this on the blog…
The right is another technique that I don’t think I duplicated properly but it still came out cool.
Here’s some detailed close-ups:
Victorian Velvet, Scattered Straw, Crushed Olive, and Weathered Wood
Tattered Rose, Worn Lipstick, Scattered Straw, Peeled Paint, Bundled Sage, Tea Dye, and Weathered Wood
Worn Lipstick, Tumbled Glass, Seedless Preserves, and Spiced Marmalade
Thanks for coming by, let me know if you’re in the class too so I can stop by and say hello!