Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2012 – May

Here’s what  I created this month that was inspired by Tim Holtz’ 12 Tags of 2012.  I made a card to give to my Wonderful Mom for Mother’s Day.  Happy Day to all the other Mom’s out there, too.

Supplies Used:

Ranger Industries:

Other Supplies:  Jute, Lace, Basic Grey Scrapbook Paper, May Arts Leaf Ribbon, Sand paper. Melissa France Vintage Embellishment

Instructions:

  1. Working on the Non-Stick Craft Sheet, melt Clear UTEE in the Melting Pot.  Dip flowers and leaves in UTEE and let cool.
  2. Cut a 8.5 x 5.5 rectangle  and fold in half to make a 4.25 x 5.5 card.
  3. Sand front edges of card and lightly rub Tumbled Glass Stain along the outside edges.
  4. Cut a 4.25 x 4 piece of Scrapbook Paper.  Sand edges and lightly rub Tumbled Glass Stain along the outside edges and randomly on the whole rectangle.  Adhere to card 1/2″ from the top.
  5. Cut design out from scrapbook paper and mat with cardstock.  Lightly sand  and rub edges with Tumbled Glass Stain.  Adhere as shown.
  6. Back embellishment with a piece of lightly sanded solid scrapbook paper and glue on card.
  7. Make a bouquet with flowers and leaves and tie a piece of jute around it in a bow.  Adhere bouquet with Wonder Tape.
  8. Add lace and jute to card as shown.

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Your mom must have flipped for this card. I love the shape and antique look and love how you showcased the bouquet. Thanks for sharing your process too!