Accoutrements #2 {a layout}

Earlier this week I shared my Tim Holtz accoutrements necklace. Well, once those buttons were out of the package I had to start wondering if it had possibilities too…

It does! Just grab some distress ink and GO!

See all those circles? I just inked the plastic packaging on my buttons, stamped, repeated, and repeated again. LOVE IT! I’m saving that plastic ‘stamp’ for future too.


This page was pure fun. I took two (4 x 6) photos that I ended up cropping down to about 3 x 4, a strip of paper, and a whole lotta fun stuff and just played…

Product used:
Tim Holtz Paper rosette, elegant flourishes, and tattered florals die cuts
Tim Holtz Vintage Shabby paper pack
Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Metal foliage
Tim Holtz Tissue Tape
Tim Holtz Fired Brick & Vintage Photo distress ink
Tim Holtz Journaling Ticket
Tim Holtz Rock Candy distress stickles
other: girls’ paperie letters, cardstock, buttons, pearl brad

I will share another project + video how-to to give you a better visual in a few days. Happy crafting!

24 thoughts on “Accoutrements #2 {a layout}”

  1. Fun! Too much! I think I should let Scrapbook Island, a scrapbook store in San Jose know about your terrific classes. Or is San Jose too far to travel to for you. Scrapbook stores on the sf peninsula have become a vanishing breed. They recently had a 2 day tattered angels class and Teresa Collins is teaching there later this month. be well, Robin

  2. Heck yes! I welcome all stores to email me about classes, and for you to tell your local store to book me too. 😉

  3. I love this page! and I love the idea with the packaging. I can’t wait to try it on my own pages! Thanks for inspiring us 😀

  4. I LOVE this layout and can’t wait to see the video you are going to show us. You are SO creative and I am going to have to kinda scraplift this,if you don’t mind!!! It seems to be a fast and fun one to do. Am i right or did it take longer than it looks?

  5. Neat use of the button package…like the circle shapes. Thanks so much for sharing your crafting talent with the cyber universe. We appreciate you and what you did for Tim Holtz. Cya at BPS. Happy Holidays.

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