Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Tim Holtz "Patchwork"

Hello everyone, I wanted to share a Tim Holtz class that I attended in the past and finally got around to finishing.  What fun!!  
This has to be my favorite of all his classes.
 
 If he is ever in your area, I highly recommend taking one of his classes, if you can.. 

Enjoy my story...
 
Lisa Pavelka's Micro Gears were used here and there.
 
Glue and Seal was used as a sealer.
 
Grunge board and grunge paper was used.  Grunge paper/board can take anything you put on it.  I use it all the time.   I just love it!
 
 I used many of his embossing folders and Stamper's Anonymous stamps.
 
Tim Holtz Sprocket Gears, Keys, Crackle Paint and his Alpha Letters.  The crown in this photo was painted with a burgundy Copic Pen.  I felt the need to reserve one of the areas as a tribute to September 11th.
 
 Tissue paper can be used in so many ways, you can ink them up with Distress InksStains and Distress Markers.
Tim's Numbers, Sprocket Gears can all be painted and they look awesome when you use Patina and Copic Pens on them.
 
 This "Time" section is one of my favorites.  Alot from Tim's Idea-ology products.  Hope you enjoy all the eye candy I used and don't forget to swing by and join my blog at n1sunrider.blogspot.com.
Have a GREAT day, EVERYDAY!
Ivette

12 comments:

toni said...

I really, really love this! Well done for finishing it so much work but gorgeous results

Bonnie Irvine said...

This is beautiful, Ivette. I could spend ages examining each "patch". Every one is a work of art but when combined...outstanding.

Amanda said...

Brilliant well worth the time spent
Love
Amanda x

Rea' said...

Beyond awesome !! Love all your patch work. I've never taken that class but I've taken a class with him. Any class or demo with Tim is amazing... you learn so much and it pushes you to explore Your creativity !!!

Karen Crossen said...

Love it Ivette!! I love pieces of art that you can see something different every time you look at it!! Beautiful!

Tracy said...

Oh my goodness Ivette..its stunning and every time I look I can see something new, crammed with yummy textured and embellie...loooove it!
Big hugs
Tracy
Xxxx

Bottle Works said...

Such eye candy...lots of fun!

Micki said...

Wonderful patchwork art piece! I took this class when he was in KC several years ago and I agree with you, this is a great class because you learn so many techniques. Awesome piece!!!!

Erin Smetak said...

WOW! This is amazing!!! I just love all the details that you created on here! Stunning work!

Andiepants said...

So much to look and and so much to see. Amazing!

Sue Lelli said...

I am so glad you finished this and shared it for all to see! So many FAB details and techniques and colors~! BEAUTIFUL creation!

n1sunrider said...

Thank you ladies, I appreciate all your comments. Hope you all take a moment to join my blog! That would make my day!