Friday, March 7, 2014

The Time Traveler

I am excited to be working with Tim Holtz papers from his Paper Stash Collage 8x8 inch and have created The Time Traveler. "A Vintage Journey" is starting a vintage challenge and it's all about Tim. 



The pieces were cut from the paper stash then inked on the edges. The time traveler himself is popped up as well as the sign his hand is resting on. I stamped on velum and glued it to the clock. I thought of stamping on the clock but felt it might not be very visible. A metallic wax finish was applied with my finger on the upper corner piece, along the edges of the tag, sign, and just a bit along the traveler himself and the "Time" letters.


I was really short on time tonight but wanted to participate before I leave on a trip tomorrow morning - Judy.

Supplies: 
Tim Holtz Idealogy - Film Strip Ribbon
Distress Ink - gathered twigs
Manila Tag
Treasure Gold Metallic Wax Finish - Olive Bronze
Tim Holtz idea-ology CHICHAT VERBIAGES


Challenges:
Anything Tim @ A Vintage Journey
Tick Tock Challenge Simon Says Monday Challenge 

8 comments:

Brenda Brown said...

Congratulations on being our first Traveller on A Vintage Journey with such a fabulous piece to start us off and a perfect theme. I love the images and words you have pulled together to create your great collage xx

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

Wow, this is fantastic, love it

froebelsternchen Susi said...

fabulous take on the challenge! Love it!

MichelleZ said...

Thank you for taking the time to take our challenge this week at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Your project is a great combination of Tim's products and I really enjoyed your take on the challenge. Have a wonderful trip, and thanks again! ~Michelle

Annie said...

Hi Judy....love your project....it's easy to see you love Tim like the rest of us. Great collage and thank you for joining in on our first challenge at AVJ. Hope to see you again. Hugs Annie x

Candy C said...

Judy!!! Your Tim inspired project is a beautiful example of Tim's vintage style yet you've made it a your own. This is a very neat piece! I love your thought process of putting a of those different elements together. The time traveler, the vellum sentiment on the clack face, all of those wonderful vintage images. Beautifully done! I also wanted to thank you for the nice comment you left on my blog. Hugs, Candy

Karen Garrard said...

Heaps of vintage goodness here all in the one piece. Love it. Karen.x

butterfly said...

What a delicious make... love how you've used the papers, and the TIME lettering is so cool! Thank you for joining us on A Vintage Journey.
Alison x