It’s CHA Chicago time and Thursday is Education day. I’ve taken two classes and the one above is perhaps the best project I’ve ever seen. Taught by Tim Holtz with assistance from a heap of Ranger Design team members and the wonderful Robin Beams, this was such a cool project. There was no cutting, no messing around doing anything but the fun stuff.
We got to try out the new Tim Holtz line of Distress Crackle Paints – great stuff – a one step crackle process anyone can do. The brush is in the bottle and they’re available in all 24 of Tim’s Distress Ink colors – something to put on the shopping list when they’re released later this year.
We also used Glossy Accents as glue – who knew it worked as a glue – it’s dimensional and works a treat. The photo speaks for itself everything is stuck firm in just a few minutes and, believe me these were very lumpy accents and not flat backed.
Tonight I’m doing a Memory Glass class – I’ve done some work with it before but never a focused class. I’m looking forward to it.