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Many Times, Many Ways...

Many Times, Many Ways...

Time:  >2 Hours
Yield:  1 -  Holiday Garniture
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Black Soot, Walnut Stain
  • Paint – Acrylic; White
  • Stain – Distress; Walnut Stain
Dry Ingredients:
  • Cardstock – Kraft Core #04,10,11,12,13, 21, 24, Union Station Printed Paper
  • Hardware – Chain Tassels, Jump Rings, Locket Keys, Pewter Brads
  • Other – Black Rhinestones, Grungeboard, Grungboard Elements
  • Dies –  Festive Greenery, Movers and Shapers:  Mini Cardinal & Poinsettia, Mini Reindeer & 25, Tatter Pine Cone
  • Rubber Stamps – Book Covers, Mini Holiday 3

















Cassandra said...

Wow this is gorgeous! I have had the stamp Tim Holtz Book stamp for ages and wasn't sure how to do it justice but I love this idea. TFS :o)

Cynthia said...

Oh my. I thought you had stamped on actual leather. =D That's amazing!! I'm totally trying this. Thanks, as always, for the step-by-step instructions and the inspiration! Cassandra is right--GORGEOUS!

Li'l Pidge said...

Simply stunning

Redanne said...

I agree with everyone else, this is gorgeous! I too, thought you had stamped or embossed onto leather. What a fabulous stamp, it has not gone to the top of my ever lengthening wish list! Wow...... Hugs, Anne x

Roxanne said...

Love this!!!

Ro said...

Excellent tutorial! Thanks so much!

Winnie said...

Oh my! Wow! Love it, and thanks for sharing the "how to!". I am loving that stamp and how you used it! Have a great New Year!

Lisa H said...

absolutely beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous Gorgeous Gorgeous. You are so clever. I'm so thankful we have all these beautiful stamps and dies to assist us in creating such wonderful pieces. Karen.x

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