Saturday, March 24, 2012

Tag Time with Tim

Hi, guys!  Hope you are all having a great weekend.  I thought I would share some tags that I have made for days 3, 4, and 5 of the Creative Chemistry 101 Class with Tim Holtz.

Day 3
Alcohol Ink Agates Technique

Archival Resist Technique


Stamping with Reflections Technique


Day 4
Custom Stamp Pad Technique  (I made my husband a bookmark!)

Layered Misting Technique


Day 5
Marbled Stains Technique

Stamping with Stains Technique

Stained Kraft Resist Technique


These online card classes are just great.  I love that I can work at my own pace, and around my schedule.  I also love that Tim gives you so much information, with obvious planning on his part.   I can't believe a week has flown by.  One more to go!  I know I will be sad to see it end.  But, with all this newly acquired knowledge, I know I will be enjoying myself in my stamp room!  If you haven't tried one of these online card classes, I would highly recommend you give one a try.  You will have the information at your fingertips for life!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!  I plan to find some stamping time tomorrow to.....GET INKY!

23 comments:

Paige said...

What a beautiful collection of tags you have. The different techniques look like fun!

punknscrap said...

Wow, these are awesome Winnie, love all the different techniques.

Tante Käthe said...

Oh boy, one is more beautiful than the other. Love them all!

See you tomorrow!
Majo

Denise said...

Hello from class - wow your tags are beautiful- my marbled stain didn't work very well - yours is great -lovely stuff :-)

Wendy said...

Beautiful work Winnie. You're right these on line classes are fantastic. I've just started trying some this year and am really glad I did.

Chris said...

Beautiful tags Winnie and I love all the stamps and gorgeous colour palettes you used. The agate looks amazing with the Dina Wakeley (?) stamp. Have fun with today's techniques. :)

Sunshine Girl said...

Oooh I love all of your tags. Sorry to hear about your disaster with thin paper too! still at least we have the proper tags to play around with now eh!! Thanks for commenting on my blog.

Barb said...

your tags are beautiful, great colors!

Barb

Kirsten Alicia said...

A terrific selection of tags. I love the colours & stamps you used.
Thank you for leaving such a nice comment on my blog.

Lisa said...

Wow, you've been busy. Your tags turned out great. I think the agate techniques is my fave, I really like the stamp you used. Thanks for popping by my blog and leaving your comments. Much appreciated.

cbee said...

love your tags! They are looking great!!
hugs,
Caro

Silvia(Barnie) said...

You've been really busy, your tags are wonderful.

ceparie said...

Hi Winnie, thanks for leaving a comment about my tag. I followed the link back to here and see that you've really mastered Tim's techniques and have done your homework--good girl! You get an A+ from me. Have fun this week.

Alison said...

I love all of your wonderful tags Winnie! Such a great idea to make your husband a butterfly bookmark...I bet he loved it!
Alison x

Trish said...

Great array of techniques, I love your stamping and colours. You certainly have mastered Tim's classes!

spikescreativeside said...

All your tags turned out fabulous! Great job! I can't believe we're at Day 9 now!!

Hugs

~Spike

Anne Kristine said...

Wow!! Your tags are lovely...I just LOVE this class :o))
Hugs from Norway...Anne

Kay said...

Hi Winnie, love your tags - especially the alcohol agates one! Can't wait to see the later ones... & many thanks for your comments on my blog

Angie said...

Love your tags!!!!!! I really want to learn some Tim Holtz techniques!

Beka said...

Great job on your tags! I love your interpretation of each technique. I really like your layered misting tag, it is beautiful!

What a fun class! Thank you for sharing your tags!

inkypinkycraft said...

Some great tags, well done you..looks like you loved it too! Hugs trace x

SammyD said...

Ooooo lovely lot of tags. Your layered misting tag and the stamping with reflections are brilliant! I don't have the tools (yet...lol) necessary to complete mine.

Jackie said...

Fabulous; I particularly like the one using the misting technique.

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