Here is my worktop I worked on Tim Holtz CC101 but I do not have all the embossing tools and powders or many of his other products. I never posted to his site as I was unable to transfer to his student gallery.
I hate making samples, it seems so boring and a waste of time as I can never find them but Tim's method of labeling the tags with his instructions were good so they all went into his folder except these two that I used for the cover of my last travel journal that is now almost a year ago. it was the trip to Infineon and then the Sonoma -Mendocino wine areas.
Since my supplies included so few of his many products I played. This is using Distress ink pad on glossy paper, drying it then stamping it with StazOn and a pigment ink from color box.
before I started playing with the distress pads I managed to finish Ella's dress.
The design i saw in JoAnns included an apron but i decided it was better separate and if the apron got messed up the whole dress did not have to be washed. here is the apron.. I am awaiting the delivery of some more material to make her a bag. this was a design flyer i picked up in JoAnns that they modified from a Simplicity pattern that was, of course, sold out. It just so happened it was the only time in my life I saw a picture of a made up item and the fabric was in the store. So i bought what i thought was needed and used the Mary Giggles Pattern and will make the bag when the material arrives my way.