This is my interpretation of Tim Holtz’s tag of the month.
I started by cutting a 6.5 X 3.5 tag from the Cricut Picturesque cartridge(page 76) with The Paper Company cardstock using the Gypsy and Expression. Using the ink applicator the following distress inks were applied to the tag: spiced marmalade, mustard seed, wild honey, shaded lilac, and ripe persimmon. Then using a mini mister the tag was misted with water and dried with a heat tool.
With the Tim Holtz Vagabond, I cut using the TH Sizzix Alterations Bunny, Butterfly & Bow diecut the bunny and TH Sizzix Alterations Tapered Fringe diecut the grass.
Tim Holtz Lost & Found paper was used for the rabbit and Tim Holtz Seasonal paper was used for the grass. The edges of all the cut pieces were inked with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink. The bow was blinged with Glam Pink Stickles.
Tim Holtz Ripe Persimmon Distress ink was used to stamp the “Easter” then it was heat embossed. The cute bunny sticker is form the Tim Holtz Salvage Stickers. The ribbon is something I have in my stash.
The bunny is adhered with foam squares to give it some elevation. A small piece of cotton was added to give him a fuzzy tail.
SUPPLIES:Cardstock-The Paper Company; Paper-Tim Holtz ideaology, Tim Holtz ideaology Grungeboard, Tim Holtz ideaology Salvage Stickers; Machines-Provocraft Gypsy and Expression, Sizzix Tim Holtz Vagabond; Diecuts-Provocraft Picturesque cartridge, Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Bunny, Butterfly & Bow, Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Tapered Fringe; Paint-Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber; Ink-Ranger Tim Holtz Distress; Stamp-Recollections; Tools-Darice Heat Tool; Adhesive-Ranger Glossy Accents, ATG, therm o web 3D Foam Squares; Other- Ranger Stickles, ribbon(?), embossing powder(?), cotton ball(?)