Thursday, April 27, 2017

New Tim Holtz Jewelry Line-Assemblage!


Sneak Peek
"Lucky Time" -BlueAntiquities
Tim Holtz Assemblage 
Photography-Natalae LaDouceur

Hello everyone, I have exciting news!

I have been working on a project
here at BlueAntiquities.
I received an email from Tim Holtz's creative coordinator,
Paula Cheney, who asked me if I would like to create some pieces for Tim Holtz and his new line of jewelry components.
Well, you guessed right, I said, "Yes".     
             
                                               


Tim Holtz is  
the amazing artist behind the
wonderful mixed media 
Tim Holtz
products available in arts
and crafts stores.
There are fantastic
inks, papers, collage supplies,
trinkets, and journaling products. 

"You know..."

The products that we stare at in the store aisles, the ones that make you inspired to go home and create something.... that special something.  The products that call you to pull out your old photographs and memories, bring them out of drawers
and encase them inside glass, metal or even a mini shrine.  The memories that you want displayed, adored, treasured, shared and loved. 
Yes, I am guilty, I have stood in the aisle too long, the store is closing, and my ideas are too many.
What do I choose?  Which idea do I make reality?
"Yes, the little vintage trinkets that make you remember the time when..."

   
So, Available May 1
exclusively in Joann stores
the new jewelry line by Tim Holtz!

ASSEMBLAGE!

You will be able to quickly make jewelry to adorn yourself with memories, and/or create an easy piece with the components themselves, even without jewelry making experience. You are going to love it!

After working with these components over the past few weeks,
I have many good things to tell you from a jewelry artist perspective.
During the month of May I will show you my pieces,
and quickly fill you in on my favorite products, assembling tips, ideas and more!  

One of the reasons I am so excited about working with Assemblage,
is because of the vintage feel of the Tim Holtz products. 
My jewelry and my life, has been heavily influenced
by objects and stories of the past.
I have purchased many Tim Holtz existing products 
through the years for my work.

Please check out the web site if you haven't visited,
there is a wealth of information to learn. 
www.TimHoltz.com

Watch on social media for posts on the
Assemblage line, jewelry from artists and fun ways of putting the line together.  I will post a lot of pieces throughout the month of May on Facebook, Instagram,  and here on my blog.

I can't wait to see what artists around the states and elsewhere do with the line, its fun!   Thank you for visiting BlueAntiquities!     Laura




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