Thursday, November 1, 2012

Feature Item - Distress Tools plus GIVEAWAY!

 
Good Morning!
 
It's November which means its time for a new Feature Item. Between November 1st and November 15th, Tim Holtz Distress Tool are on special for $5.99 (regular $7.50).
 
If you order online, please quote FITT in the comments section of your order.
 
Easily distress the edges of papers, card stock, and Grungeboard™ with the aid of this handy-dandy Paper Distresser. The Kushgrip center provides a comfortable, non-slip grip.
 
Distress photos, papers, cardstock, chipboard, Grungeboard™, polymer clay, and even metal with this handy wire brush. Go lightly over your surfaces or apply more pressure for heavily grunged looks: you are in complete control with this tool! The kushgrip handle provides a comfortable non-slip grip, while the wire brush fully retracts into it for safe transport and storage.

Punch tiny holes through your scrapbooking papers, chipboard, polymer clay and other project materials with this clever Retractable Craft Pick. The needle retracts into the handle for safe transport and storage, and can extend in increments up to 1¼" to accommodate many different kinds of materials. The kushgrip handle provides a comfortable non-slip grip.

Perfect for slicing through scrapbook papers, chipboard, Grungeboard™, polymer clay, card stock and more, this craft knife features a small detail blade for precision cutting and a kushgrip handle for comfortable crafting. The blade fully retracts into the handle for safe transport and storage, and 4-packs of refill blades are sold separately.
 
I used all four tools to create this card:
 
I used the Vintage Finds collection by Teresa Collins. I took the flower sheet and cut lots of flowers out to create the layered flower, I used the craft knife to get into the small detail cutting.
 
I distressed all the edges of the flower with Pumice Stone Distress Ink and used the Craft Scratcher to distress parts of the flower.
 
I cut four 2" squares out from the same flower paper and a Coredinations sheet of Slate cardstock. I distressed the top of the paper with the Craft Scratcher and the edges with the Edge Distresser. I also did this with the cream cardbase and Kraft mat. All the pieces were inked with Pumice Stone Distress Ink.
 
I used the Craft Pick to poke the holes for the brads. I finished the card with a sentiment, some jewels and ribbon.
 
Pam has made a wonderful page using the Distress Tools....check out her blog HERE!
 
And now for the winner of Honeycomb paper from the last Feature Item. The winner is TERESA....congratulations!
Please Contact Pam at faeiryrocks@telus.net
with your full name and address so she can get your prize sent out to you!
 
Make sure you leave a comment on todays post for your chance at winning a Tim Holtz Distress Tool!
 
Thanks for stopping by!
 
SUPPLIES
Teresa Collins - Vintage Finds Flower Cardstock
Tonic - Tim Holtz Craft Pick, Craft Scratcher, Craft Knife and Paper Distresser.
Ranger - Pumice Stone Distress Ink.
American Crafts - Black Mini Brads.
Core'Dinations - Slate Adirondack Cardstock
Kaisercraft - Silver Rhinestones
Flourishes - Tag Stamps
Tsukineko - Black Versafine Onyx Ink
Misc - Ribbon
 
 


11 comments:

Susan Martin said...

Wow.. there is more than I thought there was. I'm not even sure what they all do LOL But I do love distressing ;) thanks for the opportunity!

NickelNook said...

Really pretty card, Hannah! I hear those tools are fabulous!...Nancy :o)

Charlotte Brochu said...

Tim Holtz always comes out with such amazing products! I'd love to check out some of the distressing tools! Thanks for the chance!

Linda said...

I just love the card you made with Tim Holtz tools. My favorite is the grunge look, and your card is just beautiful.
Have a wonderful day
Linda

Meghan said...

That Tim Holtz is one busy guy! Great tools for sure!

Lindsey said...

Hmmm, maybe if I had the proper tools I'd distress more! ;)

jengd said...

Wonderful projects both! Tim definitely keeps cranking out winners. :)

Anonymous said...

WOULD LOVE THESE........

suzi f
suzifailing@att.net

Rowena1976 said...

I love the card you made - really nice distressing on it. I gotta get that Teresa Collins paper pack.

Jeanette said...

Such great projects made with wonderful tools!!

Anonymous said...

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Love these distress tools Have been admiring them for a while. Thanks for the opportunity to win some great product!