Here is my take on the Day 4-Tim Holtz 12 Tags of Christmas. I used a postcard from the Graphic 45 Christmas Past Collection. I think it turned out beautiful. I love the technique of the alcohol ink and Archival Black ink technique that was used on the facet. I used Archival Coffee Ink on my facet along with Raisin alcohol ink since this what I had on hand. Tim tag was predominately blue, so to keep in the theme of the color I did my distressing in the Faded Jean ink, but as you can see my tag is predominately red. Make sure to checkout his blog and see the differences in the tags and let me know what you think. Don't forget to leave a comment and entry a chance to win a prize for the day over on our friend Tim's blog.
I like to always include his list for the supplies that were used to make his tag that way you can see the differences in what you need to do his to where I did my changes so here are the supplies for the tag on Tim Holtz blog:
supplies: (ranger) craft sheet, Adirondack alcohol inks/denim/sailboat blue/pool, archival ink/jet black, glossy accents, stickles/silver, ink applicator tool, distress ink/faded jeans, ink blending tool; (idea-ology) facets, swivel clasp, jump rings, baubles, trimmings, mini pins, mini clips, adage tickets, seasonal paper stash; (stampers anonymous) mini holidays stamp set, mini holidays 2 stamp set; (tonic) scissors; (misc) bling on a roll, pearls on a roll