Scribble Stain Distress!
Sponsored by Simon Says Stamp!
Happy Holidays, everyone! I hope the last couple of weeks have been chock full of fun and creativity and tons of good cheer!
My goal with this challenge was to choose a technique that will be easy for everyone to fit into this jam-packed couple of weeks. It's quick and fun and utilizes products we Tim fans all have on hand. So, please open your Compendium of Curiosities to page 34, where you'll find Mr. Holtz's Scribble Stain Distress instructions!
Simon Says Stamp, who's giving away one of their awesome $25 shopping sprees! What a nice treat after the expense of the holidays, and with Simon's massive inventory, the winner is going to have the time of her or his life shopping! Don't forget to check out Simon's fabulous challenge, Simon Says Stamp and Show, too! Their new challenge just posted today, and it's a beauty!
To be eligible to win this this lovely Simon Says Stamp experience, create your own art using the Scribble Stain Distress technique and link it to this blog via the InLinkz button at the bottom of this post. You're in the running as long as you honor these two simple rules:
1. Follow the technique as it's written in A Compendium of Curiosities (adding your own special flair, of course!); and
2. Out of respect to Tim, please don't post the technique instructions on your blog!
Gloria, the List Mom and benevolent crafting goddess at the All Things Tim group at Yahoo, will also send a lovely gift from her special stash to one lucky participant! Just upload your image to the Compendium of Curiosities folder at the ATT home page, and be sure to tag your photo "CCC #25." If you aren't a member of All Things Tim, please join! It's a great place to meet incredibly nice and talented people who are wise in the ways of Mr. Holtz!
I want you all to know how much it means to me that you're making time to play along with these challenges during such a busy time of year, and are so generously sharing your talent and kindness. It's like a little present every time I get to visit your blogs and see your creations, and it means the world to me that you're having fun and making friends and experimenting with Tim's awesome techniques. Thank you all, so much, and have the most merry Christmas ever!