CHA 2016 Tim Holtz Booth Samples

16th February, 2016

Hello! I’m so excited to share the samples that I made for CHA 2016 for the Tim Holtz booths. It was such a dream to be asked and I won’t pretend it wasn’t completely thrilling when the box of new products arrived in the post.

iGirlZoe: CHA 2016 Tim Holtz BoothThis sample was created for the Tim Holtz Alterations Sizzix booth and focused around the new texture fades plus sign embossing folder.

iGirlZoe: CHA 2016 Tim Holtz Booth
I covered manila cardstock with foil tape and embossed with the plus sign folder. I cut out the center to create a frame, fussy cutting around the plus signs. I then covered with black soot distress paint, wiped away the excess and applied alcohol inks to give an ionized metallic look, (see technique here).

iGirlZoe: CHA 2016 Tim Holtz Booth
I die cut “Genuine” from the thinlits friendship word set and mounted over idea-ology linen ribbon.The frame was mounted over the new idea-ology linen. This stuff is super cool and adhesive backed which makes it so easy to use. I added a fussy cut found relatives card and mounted onto a sheet of paper from the new Dapper paper stack.

iGirlZoe: CHA 2016 Tim Holtz Booth
A big thank you to Paula, Mario and Tim for inviting me! I’m still convinced that I will wake up at any moment!

CHA Product previews and BTS from the show are on Tim’s blog. Many of the new products are shipping now or available for pre-order.

 



3 Comments »

  1. Amanda Pink says:

    Fabulous!Zoe You have showcased the new texture fades superbly . Love the ionised metallic effect and especially in those colours and the way you’ve created a frame for the image – definitely worth the fussy cutting – so effective and original .
    Congratulations too on such an exciting opportunity . So pleased for you .
    hugs x

  2. Superb Zoe! You really nailed it with all your CHA samples. Well done you! xx

  3. Tracy Evans says:

    Gorgeous textural piece, the embossing is fantastic and so deep. Love the colour palette too and how,you created a frame for,the fabulous focal image. Tracy x

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