Monday, September 16, 2019

Challenge Winners - Bits and Bobs

Today we are here to announce the winners from the 'Bits and Bobs' challenge. Thank you to everyone who used up some of their leftovers and shared the resulting creations.


Our Design Team had a tough time picking their overall winner but in the end chose #5 Nancy Hill. Make sure to check out her fabulous steampunk creation in more detail HERE. Congratulations Nancy on being our favorite and winning the opportunity to be a Guest Designer here at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog for a future challenge. You will be contacted with all the details.

And now our picks for the three winners of the Frilly and Funkie Top 3 Badges for this challenge. We recommend you hop on over to take a look at them all. In numerical order they are; #3 Nancy (oops designs) #4 Nancy (Creative Moments on Camas Prairie) and #8 Ann (Ann Chuang Crafts). Please email Linda at thefunkiejunkie@gmail.com for the codes for the Top 3 badges so that you can display them proudly on your blog.


And finally we have a randomly chosen lucky winner for the $25 gift certificate to The Funkie Junkie Boutique. Our congratulations this time go to #14 Lisa Hoel! Again, please do make sure you check out her fabulous project for this challenge. Please email Linda at thefunkiejunkie@gmail.com for the gift certificate details.

Thank you again from all of us here at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog to everyone who took part in this challenge and congratulations to all our winners. The current challenge, 'Terrific Tags' runs through Tuesday, September 24th and we look forward to seeing your entries!

Have a creative week everyone!

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Guest Designer - Cathy Frailey

Please say hello to our Guest Designer for the Terrific Tags challenge.  Cathy Frailey of It's Oddly Appealing was the Design Team's top pick from the Marvellous Metallics challenge.


I'm a mixed media artist from West Virginia, USA. I love mixed media, art/junk journaling, & upcycling and use everything from cardboard boxes to utensils to cans & bottles - nothing gets wasted! My style is grungy, vintage, steampunk, odd - anything weird & different & experimental but I can incorporate any style. You can see a good cross-section of my style & projects on my blog! I'm a DT member (past and present) for various craft companies, such as Emerald Creek and Canvas Corp Brands. I'm also a contributor to Mixed Up Magazine and have my own challenge blog - Bleeding Art.

I'm so thrilled to be back again as a guest designer for this wonderful challenge blog! The theme for this challenge is Terrific Tags and I knew exactly what I wanted to do! We're getting close to fall and the Halloween season so I got a head start.


Tim Holtz has some fabulous Halloween products (which you can get right here at the Funkie Junkie Boutique! ) and I knew I had to use his wallpaper as a backdrop for this hauntingly beautiful tag as well as a couple other items!


Tags aren't just for gifts - you can display them as decor or hang them up! I hope you'll stop by to see more details!
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To get all the details of Cathy's tag and to see other fabulous projects she has created, pop on over to her blog.  When you have finished checking things out, come on back and share your Terrific Tag with us.  The challenge can be found HERE and runs through 11:55 pm EST on Tuesday, September 24th.

Don't forget to come back each Saturday to see what wonderful inspiration our designers have for you when they showcase something that is available at The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Terrific Tags

Welcome back to a new challenge on The Funkie Junkie Boutique Challenge! Ginny here and I'm so excited to be hosting my first challenge "Terrific Tags". Do you love to create tags? I know I do. Not only are they fun to make but they're also practical.  Whether you need to add a sentiment to a gift or label a tasty homemade treat you can count on tags. I also like to add them to card fronts or include them in my home decor. For this challenge create a tag with your own personal style. It can be large or small.  Let us know in your post what you're going to use your tag for so we can be inspired by your creativity. "

The winner will earn a chance to be a Guest Designer at a future date here at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog, and everyone who enters and follows the rules will go into the draw for the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique. There are also Top 3 Badges for three additional outstanding entries, chosen by the Design Team.

The guidelines for entering are simple; create a new vintage or shabby chic project following the challenge theme, link it below to your post (not just your blog) and also include a link back to this challenge in your post. You can combine our challenge with up to 10 challenges (including this one) to be in with a chance of winning. If you are entering through a public forum (such as Instagram) you'll need to include the words 'Funkie Junkie Boutique Challenge'. Also, please be sure to turn off your Word Verification so our Design Team can leave comments on your blogs. Make sure you follow these rules as unfortunately, we have had to eliminate entrants from the prize draws in the past.

Look at all this fabulous art created by the design team:

Maggi Harding - Scrap, Travel & Bark!


Sara Emily - sarascloset


Cec Wintonyk - CW Creations


Jenny Marples - Pushing The Right Buttons


Ginny Nemnchak ~ Polly's Paper Studio


Suzanne Czosek - Suzz's Stamping Spot

Stampers Anonymous The Professor, Stampers Anonymous On The Farm Idea-Ology - Halloween Adornment Idea-Ology Remnant Rubs For the Funkie Junkie Boutique

Now it's your turn to make some terrific tags and join us in this challenge using the link bellow. Can't wait to see what you create!

Ginny


Monday, September 9, 2019

Our September Craft Box Give-away!

We are back today to announce the winner of our August give-away.  Congratulations are going out to Barbara C. of Saint Clair Shores, Michigan.  Barbara, we hope you will enjoy using the box of crafty goodies!


For September we have another box of goodies with a fall theme.  This month's box contains Finnabair Mechanicals Rustic Washers, Purple Stickles, Petal Textured Elements Burlap Leaves, Canvas Artist Trading Cards, fall themed scrapbook paper and more!

Saturday, September 7, 2019

Saturday Showcase - Cards Made With Stamperia Papers

Hello friends!  I am back on board after spending two wonderful months wandering around the wilds of Alaska and Canada.  Many thanks to Linda and all the design team for filling in for me while I was rejuvenating my soul with the sights of this beautiful land.

Today's spotlight shines on an Italian company, Stamperia.  Their gorgeous products are a favorite of mine so I am delighted to share tutorials to make three different cards with three different lines from Stamperia.  You can find many Stamperia products at The Funkie Junkie Boutique, so be sure to stop by and take a look at all the loveliness!


Let's kick things off with one of my favorite card types, the step card.  I love this card because it stands on its own and has so much dimension.  I used Stamperia's Oriental Garden to make this card.   I have always loved the unique imagery of Oriental art and this collection does not disappoint.

Step Card with Stamperia's Oriental Garden

TUTORIAL - Step Card

1.  Cut a step card base, 5 7/8" x 11" from black cardstock.  Click this link, downloadable template, to download the card template so that you can read the measurements.   (If you have a Silhouette Cameo or similar machine you can set the card up on the machine to cut for you and then you'll always have the card base ready to use for other cards and you can adjust the size to your requirements.  Silhouette has a template that you can purchase also.)


The step card looks like this when folded.


2.  Locate the paper shown in the photograph below.  Cut off the white edges all around the page.  Then cut from the bottom sides as shown in the photograph 2 - 1" x 4" strips, from the bottom , a 5 3/4" x 1 1/8" strip and then a rectangle 3 3/8" x 4 3/8".  (All measurements in my tutorials are width x height.) Ink the edges as desired with Distress Black Soot.



3.  Cut out the circle and sentiment shown in the photo.

4.  Adhere the pieces cut in Step 2 as shown. The shorter strips go on the side strips of the fold mechanism, the rectangle goes on the center panel with the longer strip at the bottom.

5. Add dimensional foam to pop up the circle and adhere over the center panel being sure NOT to adhere any part of the circle to the side strips.

6.  Now let's work on the inside of the card.  Cut a piece 5 7/8" x 4 1/8" and a piece 3 3/8" x 1 1/8" and adhere as shown in the below photo to the bottom panel of the card.  Add a silver medallion  in the center as shown.

7.  Oriental Garden includes a nice selection of sentiments, cut one out and adhere to the front left panel as shown.  Use foam tape to pop up the sentiment.  And a pretty bow tied from seam binding or whatever you wish.  Now the card is ready  and is relatively flat so that it can be easily mailed.  


Well, you know me, I put flowers on everything so this is how I chose to finish up the card.





Other Products
Black Cardstock
Seam Binding
Petaloo Roses


Card with Stamperia's Grand Hotel

Now let's take a look at Stamperia's Grand Hotel collection. This is a lovely collection filled with vintage images and florals that will take you back to the era of big fancy hotels patronized by finely dressed ladies and dashing gentlemen.




TUTORIAL - A Simple Layered Card

1.  Begin by cutting a cream card base 11 1/4" x 7 1/2", score at 5 5/8".  Then cut a rectangle from the blue floral shown 5 3/8" x 7 1/4".  Cut from the red striped paper a piece 4 3/8" x 6 1/4" (I cut mine with a scalloped die).  Next trim the cut-apart shown from the page of cut-aparts to 3 1/2" x 5 1/2".





2.  Wrap red twin around the cut-apart  and tie on a small charm as shown.

3.  Adhere the red striped paper to the blue floral centering.  Then use foam tape or cardboard on the back of the cut-apart to pop up and adhere onto the red striped paper, centering.

4.  Adhere the assembly from step 3 to the front of the cream card base.  Add some tiny flowers over the twine as shown.

5.  Cut a border 1 3/4" x 7 1/2" and adhere inside the card adjacent to the score line.


Nice, easy to make card, easy to mail, score!


Small Charm - There's a great selection of charms in the Boutique

Other Supplies
Cream Cardstock
Tiny Red Flowers


Masculine Card with Stamperia's Cosmos

Cosmos is a beautiful collection of images that evoke the night sky and the creatures that roam in the evening.  It appeals to the side of me that loves nature.


1.  Begin by cutting a khaki colored card base 10 1/4" x 6 1/4".  Score at 5 1/8".    Cut out the owl cut-apart, 3 1/4" x 5 1/8", as shown below from the cut-apart page and a sentiment from the sentiments page.


2.  Cut a piece 4 7/8" x 6" from the patterned paper shown below.  Then tear from the cardstock used for the base, a piece about 4" x 5 7/8".  Paint a thin line of water along where you want the cardstock to tear.  This ensure that your cardstock tears where you want it to tear!



3.  Pop up the owl cut-apart with foam adhesive tape and adhere to the cardstock.

4.  Adhere the patterned piece from Step 2 to the front of the card base, centering.  Then adhere the owl and cardstock from Step 3 over the patterned paper on the left side as shown in the photo below.    Attach a Typed Token to the sentiment as shown and then adhere the sentiment on the side,  just under the edge of the owl cut-apart.

5.  Cut a piece of cream cardstock for the inside 4 3/4" x 4 1/2"v and adhere to the right side. Cut a border from the back of the last page in the paper pack 4 3/4" x 1 3/8".  Add a piece of washi tape over the border 4 3/4" long.  Adhere two Typed Tokens as shown to the washi tape.
  

All finished.
 


Washi Tape - choose from the many selections in the store

Other Supplies
Khaki Cardstock
Cream Cardstock

I hope you've been inspired by this look at Stamperia's beautiful papers.  In addition to fabulous papers, Stamperia also has beautifully detailed stamps, rice papers and mixed media products.  Visit The Funkie Junkie Boutique to see these great collections.  

You still have time to join in our current challenge, Bits and Bobs ending at midnight on September 10th.  I hope to see your entry!

xxoxo  Maggi



Monday, September 2, 2019

Challenge Winners - Let's Do It Again!

Today we are excited to announce our winners from the 'Let's Do It Again!' challenge. Thank you to everyone who shared their wonderful 'do overs' with us. We loved seeing them all.


The entries for this were so well thought through and it was such a treat to see the originals and the new updated versions. We loved so many but in the end we chose #1 Beulah Bee who shared both of the wonderful Summer vignettes shown above with us. Make sure to check them out in more detail HERE. Congratulations Beulah Bee on being our favorite and winning the opportunity to be a Guest Designer here at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog for a future challenge. You will be contacted with all the details.

And now our picks for the three winners of the Frilly and Funkie Top 3 Badges for this challenge. As already mentioned it was so difficult to choose between these entries and we recommend you hop on over to take a look at them all. In numerical order they are; #3 Chris (pearshapedcrafting) #4 Esther (Shoregirl's Creations) and #5 Carol (Carol Stamps). Please email Linda at thefunkiejunkie@gmail.com for the codes for the Top 3 badges so that you can display them proudly on your blog.


And finally we have a randomly chosen lucky winner for the $25 gift certificate to The Funkie Junkie Boutique. Our congratulations this time go to #11 Lyla Larimore! Again, please do make sure you check out her amazing project for this challenge. Please email Linda at thefunkiejunkie@gmail.com for the gift certificate details.

Thank you again from all of us here at Frilly and Funkie to everyone who took part in this challenge and congratulations to all our winners. The current challenge, 'Bits and Bobs' runs through Tuesday, September 10th and we look forward to seeing your entries!

Have a great week everyone.

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Guest Designer - Lyla Larimore

It is time to introduce our Guest Designer for the Bits and Bobs challenge.  Say hello to Lyla Larimore of A Chief's Wife's Heart's A' Fire.


My name is Lyla Larimore- I’m the Chief’s Wife on my blog; “A Chief’s Wife’s Heart’s A’Fire”. I’ve been following TFJB Challenge Blog since 2015 when I decided to join in on their Tim Holtz Compendium of Curiosities Book 3. This is one of several times being a Guest Designer since then, and I am soooo excited for this “Bits and Bobs” Challenge #19 for this year!


As you can see by the pile, I’m a bonafide “Don’t toss that out- I’ll use it!” hoarder of scraps, so this was right up my path.


It’s no secret that I am a fan of Americana and Old Glory, and I’ve created something that celebrates how I came to use that love of the Red White and Blue to fill our home with a Primitive Americana “Eclectic” look that shows the love of family. This project is also a gift to a Bestie 1st Cousin whom I credit with “Sharing Americana Love” with me.

Break out that box of scrap paper, that jar of odds and ends, those spools of ribbon you were saving ‘just because’, and get to work! Use the Design Team’s shared project photos on the Challenge’s page, and be sure to heck out on my blog by clicking on the link. Then join in on the fun by sharing your own inspirational make with us here on TFJB Challenge Blog!

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Once you have popped over to Lyla's blog to check out the details about her sweet tags, do come back and share what you have created with the bits and bobs in your craft room. The challenge can be found HERE and runs through 11:55 pm EST on Tuesday, September 10th.

Our next Saturday Showcase will be on September 7th so save the date because you won't want to miss the inspiration our designer will be sharing.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Bits and Bobs

Welcome back to a new challenge on The Funkie Junkie Boutique Challenge!  Suzz here, hosting the new challenge "Bits and Bobs".

"Do you have a pile of leftover scraps from projects previously made or even a half finished project waiting for you to get the time to complete it?   This is the challenge for you!  It is time to pull out those scraps, remnants or half finished projects and pull them together into a fabulous shabby chic or vintage project.  Make sure to mention in your post what part of your project was a scrap or remnant."

The winner will earn a chance to be a Guest Designer at a future date here at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog, and everyone who enters and follows the rules will go into the draw for the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique. There are also Top 3 Badges for three additional outstanding entries, chosen by the Design Team.

The guidelines for entering are simple; create a new vintage or shabby chic project following the challenge theme, link it below to your post (not just your blog) and also include a link back to this challenge in your post. You can combine our challenge with up to 10 challenges (including this one) to be in with a chance of winning. If you are entering through a public forum (such as Instagram) you'll need to include the words 'Funkie Junkie Boutique Challenge'. Also, please be sure to turn off your Word Verification so our Design Team can leave comments on your blogs. Make sure you follow these rules as unfortunately, we have had to eliminate entrants from the prize draws in the past.

Look at all this fabulous art created by the design team from their scrap pile or unfinished projects:

Cec Wintonyk - CW Creations


Ginny Nemchak - Polly's Paper Studio


Sara Emily - sarascloset


Jenny Marples - Pushing The Right Buttons


Suzanne Czosek - Suzz's Stamping Spot 

Tim Holtz Layering Stencil Doily Sizzix Mixed Media #2 Die Idea-Ology Baubles Paper Doll Stampers Anonymous Nature Walk For the Funkie Junkie Boutique

Pull out those scraps or half finished projects and join us in the challenge using the link below!

Suzz


Saturday, August 24, 2019

Saturday Showcase - Sizzix 3D Crackle and Chapter 3 Dies

Hi everyone and welcome to this week's Saturday Showcase. If you haven't been here before, this feature allows the Design Team to share tutorials and products available from The Funkie Junkie Boutique with you and get your creative wheels whirling. This time the focus is on Tim Holtz 3D Crackle Texture Fade, and I've paired it with some of his newer Chapter 3 dies and a 3D Impresslit. I love that you can get totally different effects from this folder depending on how you place your paper into it.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Tim Holtz Crackle 3D Tutorial

Below are the steps I took to make three different cards using the puffy effect. I've also included some observations and tips in italics.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Halloween Card  1

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Halloween Card  2

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Halloween Card  3

Ghost Town Card 

1. Emboss heavy black card panel with Crackle 3D embossing folder following manufacturer's suggestions. (It doesn't matter which way you place it in the folder since there's no pattern or color difference from front to back.)

2. Spritz puffy side lightly with Pumice Stone Distress Oxide Spray and allow to dry.

3.  Blend with Antique Linen and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide ink.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Tutorial  1

I love how the tiny specks of spray settle in the cracks and the inks blend so smoothly over the raised puffs creating an eerie background.

4. Cut the large foreground bat (Bat Crazy), the curl of smoke (Ghost Town) and one of the mat panels from sanded Confections Metallic Card. Color each of these die cuts with Black Soot crayon.

5. Cut a second Bat Crazy from black card and layer the metallic one over it to create a shadow.

6.  Cut house (Ghost Town) from Classic Kraft stock and sand.  Layer the house over a stamped scrap in Forest Moss oxide ink. (This was in my stash.)

7. Die cut the tree (Ghost Town), the moon and tiny bats (Haunted House) and a little door from scraps (the door is colored wood grain card stock).

8. Darken a panel from Tim's old Regions Beyond Paper Stash and layer with prepared Confections and 3D panels.  Edge a Halloween Clippings sticker  with ink and adhere die cuts and sticker with Collage Medium.

Look how cool it looks when you flip your black paper over and blend the ridges with Antique Linen  Oxide ink!

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Tutorial 2

Don't limit your use of this versatile embossing folder to just Halloween. Here's a simple Christmas card embellished with Christmas Ribbons and Festive Things Thinlits die cuts.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Christmas Card 1

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Christmas Card 2

Merry Christmas Card

1. Cut a panel of Mixed Media Heavystock to desired size. Smear it with Prima Platinum Crackle Paste using a palette knife and set it aside to dry.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Tutorial 3

 I love this paste; it offers a gorgeous texture when dry and it doesn't chip off even when embossed like this.

2. When paste is completely dry, emboss it with the Crackle 3D folder, placing it in the folder with the crackled side down, over the recesed side of the folder. **Because it is thicker, I adjusted my embossing sandwich before running it through my die cut machine: base plate with no tabs, followed by the dampened paper in the folder, with a cutting plate on top.  Adjust your sandwich according to your individual machine. Never force the sandwich through to avoid damage to your machine.**

3. Enhance the cracks with Peeled Paint crayon.

4. Layer the embossed panel over a panel of old Christmas paper stash using foam adhesive and adhere to card blank.

5. Die cut Merry Christmas (Christmas Ribbons) from Classic Kraft Stock and gift (Festive Things) from scraps. Adhere  die cuts with collage medium. You could also use Sizzix Adhesive Sheets.

It's a simple card that truly takes less than 10 minutes, except for dry time for the paste. I think this will be my assembly line card this year--I can make it different by adjusting colors, leaving off the paste and using different Festive Things die cuts to embellish.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Everyday Card 1

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Everyday Card 2

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Everyday Card 3

All Purpose Card

1. Cut an elongated piece of sanded silver Metallic Kraft Stock and place one end metallic side down into the folder, over the recessed side.  Emboss per manufacturer's suggestions. Repeat with opposite end of card. You will get a join line, but that's easily covered with ribbon, trim or a die cut. Swipe edges of panel with Black Soot paint allowing it to dry a few minutes. Then wipe gently with a clean cloth leaving some of the color behind. Adhere embossed panel to a card blank.

2. Cut and emboss silver Metallic Kraft Stock with Star Trim 3D Impresslits embossing folder/die.  Swipe with Black Soot paint, following the same steps as above.

 It's so easy to customize this trim by swiping it with Distress paint color of your choice.

3.  Die cut Wildflower Stem from black card.  Adhere Wildflower Stem, Star Trim and an Occasions Small Talk sticker with collage medium.

Try using this adaptable embossing folder on your favorite color of Metallic Kraft Stock. This is a super easy way to add impact to a simple design. This card is so simple to make; it literally took just a couple minutes to put together.
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You could also use the folder to add interest to patterned paper. Here's a scrap of Regions Beyond paper embossed and blended with Ground Espresso and Black Soot inks to give you an idea. The one on the left was placed with the spiders facing down into the recessed side of the folder. The one on the right, the concentric squares are facing up into the puffy side.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Tutorial 4

How about embossing a die cut? Here I die cut the Cauldron Bigz from sanded metallic Kraft Stock.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Spooky Cauldron

I'll use this on another project closer to Halloween, since this post is already way too long. The photos below will outline the steps I took.

Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Spooky Cauldron Tutorial 1
Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Spooky Cauldron Tutorial 2
Sara Emily Barker for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog https://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com/ Spooky Cauldron Tutorial 3

I hope I've given you lots of ideas for how to get creative with your Crackle 3D Texture Fade! Remember, you have until August 27 at midnight to enter our current challenge Let's Do It Again! I hope to see you there!

 Happy crafting!
 Sara Emily

Links to the products used from The Funkie Junkie Boutique:
Sizzix Chapter 3 Sizzix 3-D Texture Fades Embossing Folder - Crackle
Sizzix 3-D Impresslits Embossing Folder - Star Trim
Sizzix Chapter 3 Sizzix Thinlits Die Set - Ghost Town
Sizzix Chapter 3 Sizzix Thinlits Die Set - Bat Crazy
Sizzix Chapter 3 Bigz Die - Cauldron
Sizzix Chapter 3 Sizzix Thinlits Die Set - Christmas Ribbon
Sizzix Chapter 3 Sizzix Thinlits Die Set - Festive Things
Tim Holtz Sizzix Thinlits Die Set 5PK - Wildflower Stems #2
Sizzix Thinlits Die Set - Haunted House 3PK by Tim Holtz
Tim Holtz Idea-ology 8 x 8 Classic Kraft Stock
Tim Holtz Idea-ology 8 x 8 Metallic Kraft Stock
Tim Holtz Idea-ology 8 x 8 Metallic Confections Kraft Stock 
Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Mixed Media Heavystock 8.5x11 inches
Tim Holtz Distress Woodgrain Cardstock 8.5x11"
Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Paint - Black Soot
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad: Black Soot, Frayed Burlap, Ground Espresso
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray - Pumice Stone
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Pad: Antique Linen, Chipped Sapphire, Forest Moss
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons: Black Soot, Peeled Paint
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium Matte
Ranger Texture Paste - Transparent Matte
Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Grit Paste
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Clippings Stickers, Halloween
Prima Art Extravagance: Texture Paste Platinum Crackle