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Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Inspired by CC102


Hello friends!

Hope you are all good!

CC102 is finally here!!
Wow, I was so inspired by the first day of Creative chemistry 102
that as soon as class had finished,
 I had to get inky and painty using some of the brilliant techniques 
taught by our fabulous teacher..... Tim Holtz

Not only that but today I am soooo super excited,
 as I am a guest artist featured over on CC102..
wow...what an honour!

It really is packed to the seams with information, videos, knowledge and tons of inspiration!!

I will leave you with some photos of my tag inspired from yesterdays class
using Distress paints.....




I  hope you are enjoying creative Chemistry 102 as much as me
I'm so ready for todays class!

Oooo and I nearly forgot!!
 Who would like a little giveaway??
I have a spare Tim Holtz Layering stencil (measured) up for grabs
All you need to do is leave a comment on this blog post
 and I will pick a lucky winner on my next post.....
good luck!
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED
WINNER TBA SOON

Thanks as always for popping
 by The Little Shabby Shed
best wishes 

Kaz 
x


72 comments:

  1. Julie Loeschke08 October, 2013

    I'm working my way through Chem.101,and will then join 102.I'm learning so much already! If the techniques on your tag are what we have to look forward to,I'm going to "cram"! :)

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  2. Fabulous tag, I am playing at the moment and saving day 2 videos for a bit later this afternoon. Cannot wait to you your guest artist piece.

    Kyla

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  3. Awesome tag Kaz, love the way you combine small and large tags. Enjoy today's class. Xxx

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  4. Thanks for the chance to win a stencil-I have to get some embossing paste to play with too ;)

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  5. Your tag is lovely! I would like to take classes but I'm out of work at the moment and can only drool over everyone else's creations :(

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  6. Wow Kaz. So much to see on this one. I love it all and those rusty keys are real memorabilia for the era you have chosen. Love to have a chance of the new stencil. Hugs Rita xxx

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  7. You can tell lots of work has gone into this little baby-all those tags!!! Love all the embellies too - can I ask what you use to glue them on with??? Suz xxx

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    1. Hi suz, I use glue and seal by ranger (matte) or sometimes glossy accents hope that helps

      kaz x

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  8. Gorgeous Kaz!! LOVE IT! <3 Candy

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  9. Kaz, I don't need a stencil, just wanted to say I love what you have been creating! the tag is great!
    paula
    xx

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  10. Fabulous vintage inspiration, love your blog posts! I would like the stamp so fingers crossed!

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  11. Stunning tag Kaz, loving all of the elements. I have joined CCo2 but not had a chance to play as yet. Don't count me as I have the stencil but was also the lucky winner of your last give away.

    Wore my lovely apron on Saturday at a Finnabair Workshop as you can see on my blog.

    Look forward to seeing your guest appearance

    Crafty hugs
    Annie x

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  12. Love this vintage look tag. Embellies always get me excited. You are an inspiration-Karen Seidlitz

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  13. this is fab , I love how you combine all the elements x

    it looks great x

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  14. working on an album about my grandmother - this is a great idea!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. You are such a good student! I know Tim is very proud of you. I am enjoying his class so much and now "need" his layering stencils!

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  16. Love what you have done - as always. Tim inspires and so do you

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  17. Love what you have done. Tim inspires and so do you

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  18. Love what you have done - as always. Tim inspires and so do you

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  19. Oh..my... this is just amazing!!
    So many lovely details!
    Love it ♥♥♥
    thanks for sharing!
    Hugs, Anne

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  20. Kaz how fab you are in cc102 ! Great project x

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  21. Wow, that's an amazing tag, so many fantastic details. Love the sewing on this tag. I've just finished the last technique from yesterday. Will be checking today's techniques later.

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  22. You're a true inspiration and your creation in CC102 is amazing, as is all your work. Hope to take your class at AFTH one day.

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  23. I am drooling over that stencil and loving CC102! I love the way inspiration strikes - one technique and so many creations and all so special. Have fun xx

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  24. I'm speechless. . . amazing.

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  25. I love the verdigree look of your tag, Kaz. It's so interesting to see the same style of project you've shown us on antique books used on a small tag... beautiful as always.

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  26. Wow! I've been checking out the blog post on the course & you all look to be having massive fun! I feel so envious :-) but I've not even done part 1... May have to do something about that when I return from my hols. Keep sharing all the amazing piccies.

    Sally

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  27. Love the class, love your tag. Measured is the only stencil I didn't get - they sent two of another one! Would love to win one.

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  28. Love the class, love your tag. Measured is the only stencil I don't have so would love to win one.

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  29. Your projects are always so beautiful. I love that you add a "family" picture to most of them. You've given these orphan pictures a second chance :)

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  30. I love all of your projects that use the old photos. You've given these lost souls a second chance :)

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  31. Wow! Tags on tags - so much to look at with all those different embellishments and layers! Helen

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  32. The ever clever Kaz! Combining all of the techniques into one tag. Amazing!

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  33. Just love this Kaz, the rusty keys are fab

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  34. I love your style and use of tags.

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  35. love the way you created this with a distressed female look Kaz !

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  36. Inspirational, as always Kaz.............

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  37. Gorgeous tag! LOVE how you've used the techniques!

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  38. Love every detail about this tag!

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  39. Love every detail of you tag!

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  40. Kaz your tag is awesome! I love your style and love of all vintage finds! Thanks for a chance to win that amazing stencil! You Rock! Have a fabulous day!!!

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  41. Loving your tag ... and how cool are those keys! Can you say AWESOME!!

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  42. Loving your tag ... and how cool are those keys! Can you say AWESOME!!

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  43. Loving your tag ... and how cool are those keys! Can you say AWESOME!!

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  44. Super tag! I like that little bit of paint on the key. Also, loved your Sunday tag with that crimpy little hanger.

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  45. Super tag! I like that little spot of paint picked up on the key and the embellishment detail. Also, loved that crimpy little hanger on your Sunday tag.

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  46. Terrific background...well terrific TAG but since the background is the main focus of CC102 I shall mention it separate. I am taking the class as well and has such fun making marbled backgrounds I never got to the other techniques. I did manage to paint crackle on some random shapes but that is it.

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  47. Hope it's not too late ......your tag looks great ...soooo excited Happy Cllass

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  48. I love all the little details you have incorporated onto your tag. The classes have been phenomenal, I have learned so much.

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  49. Love everything about your tag, lots of work, thanks

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  50. Loved your tag and I'm glad I took the class. So much to absorb! I'll be trying techniques for weeks and weeks. Thanks for sharing your talent.

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  51. Great tag. I'm so glad I took the TH class and found your site. I'll be trying techniques for weeks and weeks! Thanks for sharing your talent.

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  52. Great project! Tim always has so much info to share.

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  53. Your tag is lovely, love all the little elements you have added to make this into one gorgeous tag..

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  54. I'm so glad Tim featured your art in CC102, otherwise I may not have found your Blog!! I love it and can't wait to look around at all your awesome creations. Your Tag is gorgeous!

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  55. I just discovered your blog this morning, and I am so glad I did! Love your palette. :)

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  56. I love, love, LOVE it!!! I've been having a blast in the class, sad that it's over! I wish my sewing on paper looked as good as yours does!

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  57. Those stencils have not reached our shores in ZA yet, so yea, bring it on!

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  58. Found your blog via Tim today so glad I did! Fabulous projects!

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  59. I am always so happy to see your work! Love love love this Kaz! Gorgeous!

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  60. I would love one of Tim's Stencils, they are not available here in Australia yet, can't wait. I adore any stencil, but I love the size of these ones.

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  61. Hi Kaz, I did the Chemistry 101 last year and had a blast; this year it is on hold as I cant afford all the goodies to practice :( It is definitely on my to do list! Love your tag. It looks very grungy and balanced - something I always have trouble with. thanks for sharing. Take Care, Tracy x x

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  62. I'm just starting to do my own pieces and am interested in your use of old photos and your stitching techniques. Do you use original photos or copies? If original, how do you get over the fear of ruining something irreplaceable?

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  63. I'm a beginner who loves old photos and anything rusty. Your use of vintage photos and the stitching techniques are wonderful. Do you use original photos or duplicates? If original, how do you get past the fear of ruining something irreplaceable??? Thanks for sharing your work.

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  64. Woohoo! Well done my friend :-) Gorgeous art as usual x

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  65. Cindy Schipper15 October, 2013

    Very impressive, I can't wait to start my own project inspired by you. Thanks

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  66. wow , this is really beautiful. It helps me to get my own creativity started. It inspired me to try some techniques I never used before. Well done!!!!

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  67. Absolutely stunning! Love all the textures.

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  68. Awesome Kaz x I look forward to learning even more TH techniques. This is so inspiring. Hope you saw the photo of me in my gorgeous Ranger Apron. I love it x

    Best wishes

    Annie x

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  69. Don't need another stencil thanks, just wanted to tell you how gorgeous! And, thanks for the Tim-enabling haha. xoxo

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