Saturday, April 20, 2013

Masculine Cards and Mini Album using Tim Holtz Dies

So fun making masculine cards - frames and mini album with Tim Holtz dies :-)

DT project for Kreativ Scraapping and you can find the products i used here


Video


Thanks for the inspiration to Sari`s steampunk Telescope card,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y329WW-fqCg

The orgidal idea is from Shelly. She has a great blog with awesome ideas! Here is the link to her telescope card,  http://shellyhickox.blogspot.com/2011/05/i-made-coolest-thing.html 

Andto Bona`s frame cards,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjLdpzaWb1c

Questions will be answered inn the first upcoming questions answered video



 telescoping card Using Tim Holtz Tick Tock 657830 die, gears and Spellbinders gears 


Here the  telescoping is folded out. There is also a tag behind the clock

Another card  with the same die. Used Adhesive Mirrored Sheet. Riveted Metal embossing folder. Black distress paint and sanded it so the mirror show up on the clock.Some gears and clock parts. Also used Spellbiders gears dies

The mirror circle is fastened with a magner so the receiver can use it as a frame
Inside there is place for a personal greeting

Back side of the card. Used the new rub ons from TH



 Vintage typewriter 657836 from TH
Made this as a card and. Used  platinum  powder  and black soot distress embossing and platinum  powder . Also used the new rub ons and a pen nib.
The note behind can be taken out

Card made with Vintage telephone 657835 die from TH and used  and platinum  powder used black soot distress embossing and platinum  powder
The leather string was rolled around a thick needle and then I used heat gun so it stay in shape


Card under the handset

Made a mini album for a gift with TH Vintage camera 657834 die. Used  black soot distress embossing and platinum  powder  So easy and fun :-)

Behind the lence is place for a photo

Pages are binded to each other using hinge on the end of the page
Each page is cut 2 1/2 x 4 3/4 and scored at 3/8 and 1/2 for the hinges
Used film srtip and dies inside to make pockets / holders for tags and photos

On the back side i got to play with the new hinge from TH :-)

Film strip die inside for photos. Used the same embossing powders


This was the first i made. Fun Fun Fun :-)
Hope you get some ideas and get inspired to make some cards and mini albums.
Have fun creating :-)

Hugs, Anne

45 comments:

  1. They are all so wonderful. I'm not sure which one I love best!! I think the telephone is my favorite. You are so talented!!!!

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  2. Those are so creative. Great job. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. WOW Anne. I love these, they are all wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing. Karen.x

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  4. these are great Anne...so creative. My favorite is the camera mini..beyond imaginative.
    paula

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  5. These are really something! I especially like the camera mini book! Amazing.....

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  6. You've done amazing things with these dies! Your projects are fantastic. BTW, Sari's telescoping card was actually copied from my original idea:
    http://shellyhickox.blogspot.com/2011/05/i-made-coolest-thing.html

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  7. Anne....huge congrats for being named as on of Tim's Noteworthy Blogs! These cards that you've made from his die cuts are amazing! Very much deserved honor! <3 Candy

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  8. Fabulous projects Anne. Congratulations on being one of Tim's noteworthy blogs so well deserved.
    Hugs Brenda xox

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  9. YES! when Tim Holtz refers others to your site ... you know you're good!! :D and Graphic 45 selecting you for their design team -- about TIME!!! your creativity and talent is AMAZING ... cool accent that makes videos more fun to watch ... cute scrap area ... look skinny on videos ... wait ... maybe I shouldn't like you :D

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  10. TFS for sharing your wonderful creations with us!

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  11. Wow! Noe så flott!!!
    Dine prosjekter er bare SÅ utrolig flotte!!
    Gratulerer med Tim's noteworthy blogs!
    KLem, Anne

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  12. Such incredible projects, they're fantastic! Congratulations on being featured on Tim's blog today, well deserved.

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  13. I love gadgets and gears and anything industrial or steampunk looking. I loved your pieces. I came here via Tim Holtz - he was so right to mention you. Your stuff is so WOW!

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  14. wooooow wow så super rålækkert , så kreativt mange gode ideer til at bruge de ellers lidt svære dies. Tak for at du deler
    knus Pia

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  15. These are the most amazing creations, I have all these dies and you have given so much inspiration! Not at all surprised Tim has nominated you as one of his Noteworthy Blogs - many congratulations and so well deserved too.

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  16. Wow... these are completely stunning! Congratulations on being a Blogworthy Link - so well deserved!
    Alison x

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  17. Popped over after reading Tim's post. Great pieces! Such fun ways you used the dies! Love all the details you put in them. I am a receptionist, so the phone really jumped out at me. Congratulations!!

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  18. I also found you through the blog of Tim Holtz. Your projects look like fun, with little surprises / hidden parts! So much work and detail. :)
    Thanks for sharing.
    greetings,
    Debbie / Daqa from daqadoodles.wordpress.com

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  19. Oh my gosh how COOL! These are amazing! Congrats on making TIm's blogworthy list!

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  20. AWESOME....These cards are AMAZING! You are definitely a Tim H! blogworthy creator!

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  21. You are very creative. Amazing work. I'm sure TH is impressed.

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  22. Congrats on being featured on Tim's Blogworthy links, your projects are awesome.

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  23. Very clever way to use these dies!

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  24. So much detail! Amazing work! Thank you for sharing your talent and your blog feature with Tim is well deserved, congratulations!

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  25. Absolutely love your work!!!tfs!!!

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  26. Superb work and craftsmanship. I wrote you another long, admiring comment but when I chose a profile, I evidently didn't sign in prior to writing the comment. These things are so annoying. I really admire what you've done and to me it looks like you must have an art or engineering degree. That or God has blessed you with a tremendous gift.

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  27. I am so glad TH mentioned your blog. Your creations are AMAZING! I love all the detail and thought you've put into these. I'm in awe...

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  28. You are an amazing talent! Oh my goodness the wonderful details and the gorgeous embossing and the beautiful results!. Thank you for sharing!

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  29. These are amazingly creative. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with us. I'm very glad Tim recognized your work on his blog as it's wonderful to see your immense creativity shared.

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  30. These are so Amazingi almost fell off my chair!

    Amy*

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  31. Fantastic work ! Speechless x

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  32. Great work as Tony the Tiger says.

    Grrrrrrreat!

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  33. These are absolutely amazing! :))

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  34. you really get these Yim Holtz Dies alive with your creative ideas! Thanx for sharing your lovely work with us.

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  35. These look so fun ... so very creative !!

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  36. This cards are great! It's so difficult to make cards for men, but you made a great work!

    Mariangela ;-)

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  37. Thank you Anna for sharing your creative ideas with us. You are my favorite designer on You Tube. I always look forward to any new videos you put out. I just can't thank you enough for the many hours of pleasure you have given me through the many videos you have recorded. Once again Thank you and God Bless.

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