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    12 tags of 2015 – january…

    12 tags of 2015 - January | www.timholtz.com

    happy new year!!!  so are you ready to start the year off with new adventures, new inspirations, and new creative resolutions? well the annual 12 tags series is the perfect way to make that happen. if you’ve been part of the fun for the past several years, thanks for sharing the journey, and if you’re Continue Reading

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    festive mini burlap panels…

    Festive Mini Burlap Panels by Tim Holtz | www.timholtz.com

    as the holiday season approaches the last weekend before the magic of christmas day, i wanted to share a simple festive gift idea that’s perfect for friends, neighbors, and holiday visitors.  these mini burlap panels are quick to make, and the perfect way to share the spirit of the season.  so even though your crafting Continue Reading

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    holiday merriment…

    creating for the holidays is so much fun!  i love to make all types of projects big and small, from tags and cards to home decor.  it’s always fun to share ideas here on the blog, but sometimes those ideas are just not enough.  i get emails from many of you who have been inspired Continue Reading

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    12 tags of 2014 – december…

    happy holidays!  it’s hard to believe that this is the last month of 2014 already?  12 months and 12 tags – how did you do this year? did you take time to create each and every month?  these tags are one of the best creative outlets for me since i try to just play and Continue Reading

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    winter scene shadowbox…

    Winter Scene Shadowbox by Anna-Karin Edvaldsson | www.timholtz.com

    bundle up for this tutorial from media team anna karin that will whisk you away to a winter wonderland.  i love how this project utilizes ordinary products in extraordinary ways for the holiday season so get ready to explore creativity that will have jack frost nipping at your nose…t!m   Hello everyone! I am happy Continue Reading

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    winter wonderland…

    share the joy of the holidays with this dimensional decor project from media team emma williams.  i love the idea of taking a flat die cut shape and turning into a 3-D element.  check out this clever tutorial to learn the tips and tricks to try it yourself… Hi everyone, Emma here and today I’m Continue Reading

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    gypsy butterfly brooch…

    one of my favorite things about designing fabric is the ability to merge that surface with products I also design for the paper craft world. today, media team vicki boutin shares a clever project that can be work or used as an adornment for a journal cover or anything else you can image. get ready Continue Reading

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    candy corn trees…

    halloween is such a fun time year filled with frightful festivities and sugary sweets to delight our childhood memories.   i love this time of year and as a child, the excitement of dressing up in costume to go out trick-or-treating was an absolute favorite.  so naturally these whimsical candy corn trees bring those magical Continue Reading

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    matchbox halloween collage…

    the decorative detail complimented by the simplistic color palette makes this project from creative coordinator paula cheney an instant halloween fave. the mix of elements, surfaces, and technique always inspires innovative ideas that showcase paula’s artistic styling of pure vintage perfection…t!m Like a lot of other people, love decorating for Halloween.  At my house, Halloween Continue Reading

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    sugar crackle glazed votives…

    Sugar Crackle Glazed Votives by Tammy Tutterow | www.timholtz.com

    i absolutely love the transformation of common objects into works of art. media specialist tammy tutterow shares how to add a splash of autumn color to your home this season. check out this clever project with stunning results, and hey who doesn’t love a project that includes the words “sugar glazed”?…t!m Earlier this year I Continue Reading