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      Talking Tim holtz tsv details

      i have just found the TSV

      its the book with an ink pad some stickles and something else

      http://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.as...ms.item.588859

      pics are as follows



      http://images-p.qvc.com/is/image/uk/5/59/588859.001
      STAR IN THE HOOD

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      It looks as if there's a blending block, crackle paint & glaze amongst the bits with it.
      Just depends what the price is really:D

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      Looks like there might be a small bottle of glossy accents in there.

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      I am a complete novice, just getting started in scrapbooking and I have been fascinated by the mounting excitement for this TSV. I have checked out some of Tim Holtz' videos on youtube and some of his techniques and products seem great but a little complicated (and potentially messy, if you're clumsy like me). So, my question to all you seasoned papercrafter is this: is there any point in me buying this? Will I just feel overwhelmed and not able to use any of the bits that come with the TSV, or are Tim's techniques and his products easier to deal with than might at first appear? As I said, I am intrigued by his style, which I like, but my wishlist is so long that I really wouldn't want to buy something that might end up sitting unused in my study... Any word of advice kindly appreciated! :)

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      Quote Originally Posted by sillysausage View Post
      I am a complete novice, just getting started in scrapbooking and I have been fascinated by the mounting excitement for this TSV. I have checked out some of Tim Holtz' videos on youtube and some of his techniques and products seem great but a little complicated (and potentially messy, if you're clumsy like me). So, my question to all you seasoned papercrafter is this: is there any point in me buying this? Will I just feel overwhelmed and not able to use any of the bits that come with the TSV, or are Tim's techniques and his products easier to deal with than might at first appear? As I said, I am intrigued by his style, which I like, but my wishlist is so long that I really wouldn't want to buy something that might end up sitting unused in my study... Any word of advice kindly appreciated! :)
      i personally think this kit is perfect to try his stuff and techniques out really
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      Hi SCW - well done on tracking down the elusive TSV!

      No details showing for the number but the picture (thanks SCW!) shows

      The book
      Foam blending tool
      Mini mister
      Distress ink pad – brushed corduroy
      Distress embossing powder – can’t see colour
      Sepia accents – yum!
      Distress crackle paint – looks like Rock Candy which is the newish clear one.
      Stickles – also looks like rock candy. check these out at the link below.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dd8UAaVPrVw

      Will have to wait and see what the price is like.

      Mags

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      Quote Originally Posted by spiderwoman View Post
      Hi SCW - well done on tracking down the elusive TSV!

      No details showing for the number but the picture (thanks SCW!) shows

      The book
      Foam blending tool
      Mini mister
      Distress ink pad – brushed corduroy
      Distress embossing powder – can’t see colour
      Sepia accents – yum!
      Distress crackle paint – looks like Rock Candy which is the newish clear one.
      Stickles – also looks like rock candy. check these out at the link below.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dd8UAaVPrVw

      Will have to wait and see what the price is like.

      Mags
      there never is any details showing for the TSV until they release the details
      STAR IN THE HOOD

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      Looks intriguing but I keep thinking of what Fabyon said about kwikfit floor, it made me smile but I think he's right!

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      cool, lets just hope the price is right, hubby's paying so I'll probs get it
      http://simbablogspot.blogspot.com

      hopefully this will link to my blog!

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      Quote Originally Posted by sillysausage View Post
      I am a complete novice, just getting started in scrapbooking and I have been fascinated by the mounting excitement for this TSV. I have checked out some of Tim Holtz' videos on youtube and some of his techniques and products seem great but a little complicated (and potentially messy, if you're clumsy like me). So, my question to all you seasoned papercrafter is this: is there any point in me buying this? Will I just feel overwhelmed and not able to use any of the bits that come with the TSV, or are Tim's techniques and his products easier to deal with than might at first appear? As I said, I am intrigued by his style, which I like, but my wishlist is so long that I really wouldn't want to buy something that might end up sitting unused in my study... Any word of advice kindly appreciated! :)
      I agree with SCW, it sounds like this would be the perfect way for you to try Tim's products, and you are also getting the tuition from the book - which will, presumably, guide you through how to use these and more of his products and how to achieve various techniques. And don't forget, if you get it home and have a go and don't think it's for you, you can send it back for a refund :)

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