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Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Holiday 2022 Release - Department Store Cards



Hello Lovelies! I have a paid of bold vintage-esque christmas Cards from the very merry Tim Holtz and Stampers Anonymous Holiday 2022 Release.


The Department Store Stamp Set used here gives you generous detailed wreath and bell images which I stamped on top of Mica-stained cardstock and then stenciled with Texture Paste. The stamp and stencil sets can be purchased individually or you can get all the new Holiday goodies in a bundle available at Simon Says Stamp.


To keep things even more festive, Tim released new Crayons, Mica Stains, paper etc. that I got also got a chance to explore with on this monochromatic card. You may already know that also available as a bundle from Simon Says Stamp.


This card is all about bold images and color. Stains and crayons make a statement here and stencils complete the festivities!


Apart from the gorgeous stamps, this project will use stencils from the new release and as mentioned, several of the new Holicay Crayons and Mica Stain. Take a peek at the essentials below:


Essential Card Supplies:


Click here to view the full supply list or check it out the one linked in the gallery at the bottom of this post when you have finished exploring this card.



Today's GIF!

All these holiday goodies totally have me in ready for the finest Christmas shenanigans!



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MERRY & JINGLE CARDS - Spray Staining, Stamping, Stenciling with Texture Paste

Card Base: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

Featuring:




 

PROJECT WALKTHROUGH

SPRAY-INKING

Spray the top of the Distress Watercolor Cardstock with Cocktail Party and Tart Cranberry Mica Stain.














Repeat on a 2nd piece of Distress Watercolor Cardstock with Fresh Balsam and Merry Mint Mica Stain.














 

STAMPING

Stamp the bells image on the dried green cardstock using Black Soot Archival Ink.














Repeat with the wreath image on the dried red cardstock.














 

STENCILING WITH TEXTURE PASTE + GLITTER SPRINKLE


For the Red Card use the OPAQUE Texture Paste



For the Green Card use the Translucent Texture Paste


Sprinkle the top of the pastes with Glitter Dust while wet!


 

EMBOSSED AND CRAYON-ACCENTED CARD BASE





 


The artwork on this stamp gives me all the best Christmas feels!


I really wanted to emboss these but was worried about losing the awesome details, but you should try it to make it stand out even more!


I have no explanation for this glitter, but it just makes things all the more merry!



For the Opaque Texture Paste, you may want to consider adding a fixative if you don't like the mess like me!



Layered with just a peek of the embossed pines underneath helps give a little lift to the intense card front.



That pink is intense but very MERRY!!!



Here is our very Christmassy pair!



Thank you so much for hanging out with me for these cards; do come back and see me again! Leave me a comment with your thoughts please. It means a lot and I am happy to take any questions.


See you soon!

 

SUPPLIES:

I listed the products that I have used below. Please note that these are compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you. I really appreciate your support. All stamps used today were part of my maker package from Tim Holtz and Stamper's Anonymous Click on the icons below each product picture to shop with Simon Says Stamp.



































4 Comments


Kesha! So that Bell card reminds me of a sweet old time feeling. I love it - your pairings

are delightful - Thank you so much! Denise

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Keisha Diann
Keisha Diann
Nov 02, 2022
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Hi Lovely, so happy you enjoyed this one!

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dlking0101
dlking0101
Oct 22, 2022

Can you explain the Distress Crayons? I have no idea how to use them...just like regular crayons? Do you add water? What is their main benefit? Thanks!

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Keisha Diann
Keisha Diann
Nov 02, 2022
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Hi there! Distress Crayons are a water reactive stick of pigment. They are not like regular crayons which are resistant to water. The main benefit is that they give you a lot of control over where you place color on your crafting project and they blend with water to create cool watercoloring effects which can then be layered with inks or stains. Check out this link to see more information on how they can be used: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tim+holtz+distress+crayons


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