About: tim holtz...

Tim Holtz is the Creative Director for Ranger Industries, one of the leading manufacturers of innovative inks, paints, and embossing products. Tim plays an integral part in the development and design of cutting edge paper crafting products. Tim has teamed up with various key companies like Ranger, Advantus,Stampers Anonymous, Sizzix, Tonic Studios, and Core’dinations to bring unique products that work hand in hand with Ranger’s extensive lines.

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    summer of creative chemistry…

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    the time is finally here to share the news we’ve been planning for months… a summer of creative chemistry leading up to the new creative chemistry 103.  for all the details click here to head over to online card classes – looking forward to spending a summer of creativity and inspiration with you…t!m

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    eclectic elements spring quilt market 2016…

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    when eclectic elements debuted in 2013 i really wasn’t sure what to expect.  i mean here i am a guy who doesn’t really sew, venturing into a world of textiles and terminology that i had no clue about.  that being said, here we are at our fourth spring market!  i’m humbled and grateful to be accepted Continue Reading

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    12 tags of 2016 – may…

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    people often ask how i plan these monthly tags?  truth is, i don’t…  each month i look back on tags from previous years, choose two very random techniques that have nothing to do with the other, and try to make them work together.  the outcome is as surprising for me as it is for you since i Continue Reading

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    junk bonanza 2016…

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    another year, another junk journey to junk bonanza.  mario, paula, richele and i met up at junk bonanza in minneapolis last week for a day of junkin’.  we arrived early in the morning ready to seek out new treasures for booth props, vintage ephemera for product ideas, and the opportunity to be inspired.  junk bonanza is Continue Reading

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    12 tags of 2016 – april…

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    one of my favorite things about these technique remixes is the opportunity to take an old technique and apply it using a new product.  it’s safe to say that as a paper crafter, there is no shortage of paper scraps around my studio.  often they are random leftovers of cut up 12×12 sheets, sometimes fragments of ephemera or photos, Continue Reading

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