Making these backgrounds is super simple and requires very few products. You can see my tutorial using the Botanical 3D Texture Fade here and how I used one of the panels here. I also give some tips for using the Lumber and Foundry folders here. There are plenty of ways to use these little gems, and a good place to find lots of inspiration for these and other Tim Holtz products is on Tim Holtz Addicts Facebook Group.
Onto the tutorial:
To complete my card I layered the wood panel over black card for contrast, then over a panel cut from Tim's Christmas paper stash from last year aged with Frayed Burlap Distress ink.
I embellished simply with a Layered Snowflake topped with a Mini Paper Snowflake so the wood remains the star of the show. Well almost; it's hard not to notice the snowflake! A Holiday Talk Metallic sticker stands in for my sentiment.
I cut the snowflakes from Metallic Kraft stock, painted them with Picket Fence paint, Bundled Sage Distress Oxide, and Cracked Pistachio and Walnut stain Distress crayons.
That's all for me! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below and I will get back to you with an answer.
Hugs and Blessings!