Saturday, August 24, 2019

3D Crackle Saturday Showcase for The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog

Welcome to the weekend! It's my turn to present Saturday Showcase at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog. I've decided to showcase Tim Holtz' newly released 3D Crackle Texture Fade, and I've paired it with some of his newer Chapter 3 dies and a 3D Impresslit. If you would like to see step by step how each of these came together, then pop over to the blog. I hope to see you there! Happy making! Sara Emily

Sara Emily Barker Halloween Card With Tim Holtz Crackle 3D Ghost Town Bat Crazy

Sara Emily Barker Christmas Card With Tim Holtz Crackle 3D Christmas Ribbon

Sara Emily Barker Everyday Card  With Tim Holtz Crackle 3D

Challenge shares:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Clean And Simple (Christmas card and silver card)


  1. They are all so spectacular!! I haven't used my crackle texture fade yet and I don't know why - these all look so amazing!! I love the designs of each one!! Headed over for all the details!! Thank so much for playing along at Scrapy Land, too!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. WOW!! 3D embossing folders are sooooo cool, and you've used this one to created some amazing cards! (The white one sort of reminds me of one of those puffy bedspreads! lol)
    BTW - I did a mini tutorial on my blog for the rolled roses yesterday -- you can find it here:

  3. WOWZERS! Awesome creations! I love this new 3D folder!

  4. All are wonderful but I especially Love the flower card!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. I love each and every one of your makes Sara, I had no idea the impressions would be so deep and stand out so well! My favourite is the Halloween house and the witches cauldron looks fantastic! Loved your tutorials and great tips!! Hugs, Anne xx

  6. Each of these remind me of quilting! Amazing projects, Sara Emily!

  7. Loved this post over at F&F, but it looks as though my comment there didn't get through for some reason... ahhh, Blogger. Fabulous work with that extraordinary textural folder, and such a contrasting look to each of the cards.
    Alison x

  8. this is wonderful - will need to look out for this ... Thanks for joining us at Countryview Challenges and good luck! Hugs rachel xx

  9. Gorgeous!
    Thanks for joining us at Scrapy Land Challenges blog and good luck
    Maryvonne DT Member

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