Feb 25, 2017

Tim Holtz New Release Sizzix Dies for Creativation 2017


Hello everyone!  Today I thought I would wrap up my Creativation designs created for Tim Holtz for Creativation 2017.  I hadn't meant to drag these posts out, but I have been one busy girl.  This card was not received in the show, but I love it so much.  It is much more striking in person, as are all of my neutral, grungy palette projects.  I cut the bird die from watercolor paper, then dipped the cutout into my Distress Ink puddles to color.  I layered over a gessoed printed paper panel and adhered with Mod Podge beneath and on top.  It gave the project such a cool leathery feel.  I cut a word from inky paper and layered over the new gold kraft core.  The hexagon brads are a favorite!



This little number did make it into the show.  I inked up a sheet of watercolor and then embossed with the new leafy embossing folder.  Simple layering of metallic craft core and stitching, highlighted with a few sequins.



This final card was sent as a thank you to Tim for allowing me to create for him.  I used colored kraft core and sanded it to reveal the embossing folder pattern.  A dear friend loaned me this elephant stamp that Tim designed about a decade ago, at the beginning of his career.  I just love it!


A very masculine and dark palette.  I loved the chipboard wildflowers inked up like this.


I am so looking forward to seeing what you all do with the new products.  I went to a local stamp convention this weekend, in hopes of picking up some of the new floral embossing folders and stamps.  They weren't out yet, nor was the new little house die.  I did enjoy getting the new Distress Oxide pads and have enjoyed playing with them, as you know.  


 Have a wonderful day!

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards, I especially love the subdued colours. Hugs, Valerie

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  2. What fabulous projects Autumn - to my eyes they were all worthy of selection.... but then I may be a bit biased. Love the magenta coloured one with the contrast of the blue/green in it.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. These all look fabulous Autumn!! Congratulations again on all your work for Creativation! Loving your playtime with those oxides too. Have a lovely weekend. Nicola x

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  4. Well I love that we got to enjoy the projects over a few blog posts, so we could drool over each and every one. I adore that bird die and the green/magenta card is delicious. I'm sure Tim enjoyed receiving one of his first "Babies" back as a thank you and I can't wait for the Distress Oxides to make it down under.

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  5. Such fabulous samples, Autumn - the bird is glorious over the gesso'd paper - beautiful colours. Congrats on an amazing contribution to Tim's Creativation displays.
    Alison x

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  6. They are all amazing, Autumn!! I love the different colors and techniques!! The are all stunning and showcase Tim's products perfectly!! I haven't purchased the Distress Oxides yet and I need them!! Have a great weekend, my friend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  7. LOVE that bird! (planning to buy it today at my favorite scrapbook store!!) . . . .and I love your colors .. . .just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Great cards Autumn, and Congratulations on all your makes for Creativation.
    Avril xx

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  9. Stunning! Love both of these, do you get them back? I don't think I could have parted with the first two beautiful cards - just fabulous art huni xx

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  10. Beautiful cards! The colors are all fantastic. I love that leaf embossing folder - may just have to get that!

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  11. Great post-- I always enjoy your posts with multiple projects because I think of the fun your having with all sorts of products! (You are a girl who loves your supplie-- old and new!) All three of these are gorgeous... the bold purples, the wonderful watercolor-paper bird, the elephant (that's a treasure... your friend is nice to share it!) Have a great weekend!

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  12. Gorgeous work Autumn, I love that first sample and the second one is stunning too, the colours are wonderful! I have really enjoyed seeing all of your samples, thanks so much for sharing!! Hugs, Anne xx

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  13. WOW, all of these are just great, Autumn!!!! Beautifully done!!!!
    Have a great day!!!
    Hugz

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  14. Beautiful cards love the striking magenta and green and the fabulous elephant stamp and embossed background
    carol x

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  15. All three cards are lovely, but I am rather partial to that Elephant! It is sketchy but very very sweet!

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  16. I love them all Autumn, and keep changing my mind about which one is my favourite. What a great idea to die cut and then dip into your inks. Will try that. You must be on cloud nine to be able to produce goodies for Tim, and it is so well deserved! Thanks for sharing them. Xx

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  17. These projects are all gorgeous, Autumn! I love them all, especially Tim's thank you card - bet he loved it! That's a great stamp. Thank you for sharing all of your beautiful projects for Creativation! Hugs :-)

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  18. These are ALL really gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*

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  19. Such gorgeous cards and beautiful techniques!

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  20. These are all so beautiful, how do you make messy so elegant lol xx

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  21. Beautiful samples from the show, Autumn and that masculine card you made for Tim...ah, be still my heart! I bet he treasures it! You are an amazing artist, and I adore EVERYTHING you make! Sending hugs!

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  22. These are all amazing, Autumn! Your really showcased Tim's products brilliantly! Stunning work, my friend! Big hugs! Branka xx

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  23. All of these beauties are fun and so festive. Perfect for the show. My favorite has to be this first one the. The die cut and the colors are amazing! What a wonderful time you have been having and getting so much done. Bravo dearie! Hugz to you muffin!

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