Card and Tag WIU

 Because I am trying to get rid of a lot of my stickers and older papers I am using mainly what is in my stash over buying- so it is from all over. But most is from Michael usually gotten in sales after the holiday in question.

I do get a lot of my flat stickers at Hobby Lobby when they are 50% because they are a nice quality and I prefer them to 3D ones on cards because the 3D ones get smooshed so easily. I have a lot of stickers-too many I use them everywhere I can now.


 HandMade Cards 

Birthday Series:
  • Stickers are from Hobby Lobby-Paper Studio Birthday ones
  • The ribbon is from a sampler pack from American Crafts-I have had forever and got a Michaels.
  • The Rosette was from a Recollections Collection we use for an old class that I still had pieces from so Michaels again. 
  • The Solid colored paper are 8.5x11 Coor'dinations from Darice I got a Joann's this is before I discovered Recollections Value Pack and thought that since Tim Holtz used it it must be good-it can't be the same even though it is spelt the same. This is CRAP paper and I use it for samples to get rid of.
  • The Pattern Papers are left overs from the Card Class from the Spring that I love the stack-Recollections Home Basics 6x6. I don't think we have that size any more.
  • Then Ranger Stickles-it was one of the sets with the iridescent white and the gold glitter bottle sets.

 Xmas Mini Card/Tag 

Everything came from Michaels for these. The problem is some are dies I don't kow if they will have back but I got them at Michaels and for the class I will have them for student use. The papers are scraps I had from other Michaels classes-they are all Bazzil or Recollections.

The card bases are from Studio G and we sell them up front in the black upright bin that is between the register line and the Martha Stewart Wall. They are affordable and came with envelopes; so for mini cards they made more sense than making them with a 12x12 cardstock paper: I used Kraft, White, White Scallop and Blue.

The Tree Card 
  • Sizzix Originals Die Christmas Tree #2
  • Distress Rock Candy Stickles for the snow 

The Ornament Card
  • Tim Holtz Carved Ornament Mover and Shaker Die. You could use a 2 inch circle punch.

The Poinsettia Card
  •  Tim Holtz Tattered Poinsettia Die
The Noel Card
  • Christmas Washi Tape-this happened to say Noel
 The Woodland Card 
  • Tim Holtz Decorative Strip Die -Holly, Beaded and Snowflake Garlands
  • Jolee's Boutique 3D stickers-Holiday Rings
Tiffany Blue Snowflake Card
  • Tim Holtz Decorative Strip Die -Holly, Beaded and Snowflake Garlands-Snowflake Part
  • Recollections Snowflake Sticker
  • White Glitter Snowflake miniature tree ornament.
  • iffany Blue Velvet 3/8" ribbon scrap

Scattered Snowflake Card
  • Martha Stewart Artic Snowflake Punch

 TH Gift Tag 

  • Tim Holtz Tattered Poinsettia Die
  • Tim Holtz Sizzlit Decorative Strip Die: Christmas Stacked Words 
  • Distress Ink Pad-Tumbled Glass, Peeled Paint and Fire Brick
  • Tim Holtz Journaling Ticket
  • Tim Holtz Blueprint Snowman Stamp
  • Thickers in Metallic Silver
  • Tim Holtz Paper Tape in Music Notes
  • Tim Holtz Tinsel Trim (I think because I also had some I got a Hobby Lobby and they look exactly alike and it was loose in my TH box)
  • Recollections Snowflake Brads
  • Seam Binding Tape I took from my sewing and colored with the Distress Ink
  • Red Velvet Ribbon 
  • Watercolor Box
  •  Glossy Accents
  • Distress MEtallic Stain Set
  • Jet Black Archival Ink
  • Dictionary Page
  • Tim Holtz Grunge Paper
  • Tim Holtz Grunge Board in Flourishes-this is just a scrap I found and is really old.

 Gift Card Tags

Tim Holtz Sizzix Alterations Gingerbread Man Die
Tim Holtz Sizzlit Decorative Strip Die: Christmas Stacked Words 
Tim Holtz Sizzlit Decorative Strip Die: Festive Greenery
Tim Holtz Assembly Snowman Die
Tim Holtz Frost Film=the paper is from a 6x12 pad and was really loud so I used the frost film to tone it down
Ranger Christmas Red and  Rock Candy Stickles
Zots 3D Glue Dots
Distress Ink Pad-Broken China and Walnut Stain


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