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In todays card we will be using a beautiful 3-D Poinsettia Embossing Folder from Tim Holtz! I’ll show you how to use your Pastels or Chalks to color the image. We will then add some texture and give it a vintage look by adding the Tim Holtz Crochet Border and some Vintage Photo ink! It is a great alternative for your embossing folders and so much fun to do!
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All of the supplies used in todays video are listed below:
- Tim Holtz Sizzix 3-D Texture Fades Poinsettia Embossing Folder
- Tim Holtz Sizzix Thinlits Christmas Ribbon Die Set
- Tim Holtz Sizzix Thinlits Crochet Die Set
- Jane Davenport Palette Pastel – Chilled
- Jane Davenport Baton Blenders
- Strathmore Bristol Smooth Cardstock 100lb
- Tim Holtz idea-ology Kraft-stock Metallic
- Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad Vintage Photo
- Tim Holtz Paper Trimmer
- Tim Holtz Distress Sprayer
- We R Memory Keepers Sponge Dauber Kit
- We R Memory Keepers Trim/Score Board
- Marvy Uchida Snow Marker
- Marvy Uchida Jewel Picker
- Lawn Fawn Fawndamentals Bone Folder
- Spellbinders Tool ‘n One
- Gina K Connect Glue
- Adhesive Gems Pearl Gold
- Button Galore & More Sparkletz Embellishments Winter Wishes
- Studio 71 Gesso White
- Nuvo Crystal Drops White Blizzard
- Creative Expressions Gold Treasure Gilding Polish
- Spellbinders Platinum 6 Die Cutting Machine
- Fiskars 12″ Paper Trimmer
- Krylon Workable Fixatif Spray
- Grumbacher Final Fixative Spray Matte
Dear Lynn I have this 3d die and could not use it on my Spellbinder machine. I will try it with the light pieces of cardboard. I don’t Jane Davenport Pastels, but I have many pastels sticks …. Sennelier and other name brands. I guess they would work just like the Davenport pastels. Thanks for posting this. Ann Gorgone
Hi Ann! Yes…definitely try it with light cardboard or a heavy weight Cardstock. Just be sure that it isn’t too thick. If it feels too tight then back it out….you don’t want to break your machine. Also, I’m not familiar with the Sennelier but if it is a chalk then it should be fine. Really any chalk should work with this technique. I would play around with what you have and hopefully it will work just fine! Have fun and thank you for your sweet comments!