Tim Holtz Merry Moose

Tim Holtz Merry Moose

I’m in a race against the calendar as I attempt to use every single Tim Holtz die set I bought this year before Christmas! This time I’m using Merry Moose, a die set I just had to have! Before I talk about that, I want to talk about the latest sale at Scrapbook.com! I’ve been buying a lot from them lately because they have a great selection of things, really good exclusive products (their adhesive is AMAZING), and they ship super fast. Oh, yes, and they always have some sort of sale or special going!

Right now card making supplies are on sale until December 12th!

SAVE 20% to 50% on ALL Card Making Supplies!

Happening NOW! Our HUGE, 3-day Card Making Sale! Shop now and SAVE 20% to 50% on all card making supplies! Everything you need, from cardstock to stamps to die cutting items, is all marked down plus so much more! This sale ends on Wednesday, December 12th at midnight MST, so shop now for the best selection!

This Merry Moose card turned out almost exactly the way I envisioned it! Lookie:

Tim Holtz Merry Moose

I die cut the moose and 5 trees from Tim Holtz Idea-ology Kraft card stock and distressed it with a sanding block. Again, my Sakura Quickie Glue pen was really handy for attaching all the pieces along with my 2-way glue pen.

Tim Holtz Merry Moose

For the background, used my Life Changing Brushes to do a smooth gradation from Blueprint Sketch to Chipped Sapphire, speckling it with water drops and white Wink of Stella to make fat snowflakes.

Tim Holtz Merry Moose

I used Simon Says Stamps Stitched Slopes and Hills to create my ground to tuck my trees behind. I added a lot of white Wink of Stella to the trees, especially behind the moose so that he was more visible. I love the rough look of that; it really goes with the rustic feel. Because I used a bit of Tim Holtz Idealogy tape (the silver glimmer tape in one layer of the collar), I added a couple of dots of Nuvo Moonrise Glitter Crystal drops down in the corner to create my visual triangle.

Tim Holtz Merry Moose

The last thing I added was my greeting from Tim Holtz/Stampers Anonymous’ Crazy Talk, stamped with Scrapbook.com’s white pigment ink. I love my Merry Moose card! It’s rustic and fun!

Below is my list of products that I used, and I have used compensated affiliate links where they were available, as I now participate in affiliate programs for Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Ellen Hutson LLC, Scrapbook.com, Gina K, Hallmark Scrapbook, My Favorite Things, Sizzix, and Blick Art Supplies.

Buying through these links costs you nothing extra but gives me a small percentage of the purchase price, which helps support my blog and my artistic endeavors, and I thank you.

If you’re reading this in an email, you’ll have to click TWICE on the links below, once to get to the LinkDeli site and again to get to the shop of your choice.

Enjoy! Ta!

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