Monday, February 17, 2014

Timberline Monthly Workshop

Workshop Layout 1 - featured in the workshop kit - the cutting pattern from the MIFYH vol. 1 (p.30)

Assembling details:

1.  Use Twilight bases
2.  Use Chocolate for the following Cricut pieces: ( set machine to “MATERIAL SAVER”)
  • Large Bracket Plaque: 10”(p.47) then cut along long edge at 2”
  • Small Bracket Plaque: 5-3/4”(p.47) then cut along long edge at 1”
  • Circle: 2”(p.21)
3.  Use Colonial White for the following Cricut pieces:
  • Arrow: 2-1/2” Shift(p.64)
  • Sign: 1-3/4”(p.23
  • Border: 1”Shit+Font(cut2 p.63)
  • Geolocation Shape: 1-3/4” Shift(p.65)
4.  Use Bamboo for pieces in back of photos:
  • 6” x 11”
  • 6” x 10”
5. Use Timberline Celestial pattern paper for pieces A&D
6. Use Timberline Houndstooth pattern paper for pieces B& E
7. Use Timberline Celestial pattern paper for pieces C & F cut 2-3/4” x 2-3/4”
8. Ink distress all pieces using Chocolate
9. Sponge Irresistibles™ frames with Lagoon ink

Workshop Layout 2 - featured in Spring/Summer Idea Book (p.93) - the cutting pattern from the MIFYH vol. 2 (p.20)

Assembling details:
  1. Use Timberline wood grain pattern paper bases
  2. Use Kraft for pieces A and G
  3. Use Whisper for pieces C and  E
  4. Use Colonial White for pieces D and F Use Chevron Decorative Border 
  5. Use Timber Ponderosa Pine pattern paper cut 1”x12” and cut piece K
  6. Use Lagoon 1” x 3-3/4 ” trim one end (cut 2), sand distress
Workshop Layout 3 - featured in the Artbooking Cartridge (p.72)

Assembling details:

1.  Use Chocolate bases
2.  Use Ponderosa Pine pattern paper cut 11” x 4”
3.  Use wood grain pattern paper cut 7-1/4” x 7-1/4”
4.  Use Colonial White cut 3-1/4” x3-1/4” (4 pieces)
5.  Use dark brown glitter paper ½” x 12” (you can also use bronze shimmer trim)
6.  Use Colonial White for the following Cricut piece:
  • Tree Overlay: 11”Overlay (p.72)
7.  Use your scrap of wood grain, Ponderosa pine pattern papers plus Ponderosa Pine CS and back fill the tree overlay.
8.  Use Dark Brown Glitter Paper for the following Cricut piece:
  • OnthisDay: real dial on cut @ 3-1/4” Title- Shift <1>(p.38)