CHA 2015 Stamper's Anonymous Samples for Tim Holtz
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More CHA 2015 Stamper's Anonymous Samples for Tim Holtz

here we go...sharing the rest of my samples for the new release by Tim Holtz for Stamper's Anonymous...

this next one was a total surprise...i didn't know how much I would love these guys until i colored this project...


yeah, that just fun!


i personally, happen to really love how this card came out...all the details really came together for a great card. the flowers are from the fun new set, flower garden. next, i used the new background stamps, dots & floral to stamp the patterns on the tea cups...they stamped onto the die cut watercolor paper beautifully!


another incredible new floral stamp is this one, botanical sketch.  it is so versatile and here, super fun to color.


okay, back to more new blueprints with this globe...and the handwritten thoughts stamp...lots of layers on this one!


also, from the schoolhouse set, these stacked books are so 'em!


another handwritten thought and the great mariner set...


this set has so many i did a watercolored background and kept it simple.


lastly, here is a sample with the new watercolor set...such a great layering set...i must play with it some more soon!

i hope you enjoyed seeing my samples and hope you check all the new sets Tim shared on his blog here...there are so many must haves and more that i haven't played wiht yet!



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Amy Gray

Wow, I love these samples too! My favorites are the florals and the watercolor. So pretty!!


SO beautiful!! all of them! TFS girl!!

marci piraro

You are so talented!I am in love with the teacup card! So creative!


amazing body of work. all the cards are fun and inspirational. thanks as always for sharing.


Amazing cards! Thanks so much for sharing, I love the floral frame stamp!

Lynn Price

Fabulous!! LOVE the tea cups especially, but hard to say that as all of your samples are wonderful. What paper or stamp did you use for the blue background of the tea cup piece? It is beautiful!

Miss B.

How nice to see such terrific samples made with Tim's new stamps (I especially like the big flowers). On some of them, you seem to use a light gray outline for a 3-D effect and maybe you'll share how you do this in a future post? It really adds a lot a visual interest!

Sandra ltb

agreed - so many must haves!
Sandra ltb

joan s

I'm not a card maker nor a stamp collector but wondering if you are willing to make two robot cards to sell?? I have two sons who were both very active in robotics and would love these cards for them.

Zoe Hillman

I LOVE your cards. I didn't know I "needed" the robot blueprints until I saw your card, now I know I do. #ordered ;)


I made my own version of the wildflower "thank you" card. I used hello friend in the inside of mine as I will be sending them to my cardpals for their March card. Your coloring job was so inspirational. Just sat for a couple of hours in a zen place with my music on and just colored. thanks as always for sharing. Now on to coffee cups for my grand daughter who invited me to a Starbuck's gathering. We are 1200 miles apart but a grandma has to find some way to be with her grand daughter!

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