Thursday, October 4, 2012


I came across a video by ArtofcraftNZ that showed how she designed  tickets inspired by the Tim Holtz altered ticket die and wow, was I amazed! I wanted to try it immediately but, I had one tiny little problem.

I didn't own the Tim Holtz Alterations Ticket Die nor, did I have the funds to just run out to Betty's (my local stamping and scrapbooking store) to buy it. What was I to do? I really really wanted to have some fun with theses tickets. I had to figure out a way to find a solution to my problem. And I did.

I turned to my Ecraft die cutting machine! I scanned my software and found the copy of a ticket. I took measurements of a ticket that I had when I bought a pack of them from the Dollar Store. I copied and pasted five of them and used the weld function on the Ecraft to join them all together. Loaded in my cardstock and pressed CUT. 

I used manilla cardstock and recycled file folders

On some I used Glossy Accents.

No problem finding stamps I could use.

Some tickets stamped on the back.

Took small tags and enlarged them.

My Ecraft by Craftwell
I stood frozen and watched as my Ecraft did her thing. It only took seconds for those five welded tickets to come out cut perfectly into one strip. I was a happy camper! So I cut more and here are the some of the results. Enjoy and please leave a comment and subscribe. Thanx a Bunch! 

1 comment:

  1. For everybody who is quite on the fence: snare the best headsets, noggin as small as a good Greatest coupe and have so that you can put consumers correct into a Microsoft zune afterward a music player to check out the one that may appear easier to you have to, as well as , which user interface enables you to be grin considerably. Then you'll definitely be acquainted with that is definitely best for you....Best Cccam Server