KIMURA Ryoko* KIMURA Ryoko Solo show in KANAZAWA Japan "Ma Petite Aventure" 27th. April - 16th July 2013 ＠KANAZAWA ART GUMI Opning Reception : Saturday 29 April 2013 17：00- * Works 2010-2012 UP DATE the NEW WORKS * EXHIBITION PLEASE SEE The INSTALLATION VIEW * PRINT ARTS Collaboration with KIDO PRESS Thank you for coming !Du bruit dans l'atelier...iainmccaig.com - Coming Soon!L'atelier & MoiSTEPHANE LEVALLOISDU SABLE PLEIN LES POCHESLiza CorbettPar un beau matin d'hiverRyohei HaseLe blog créatif de Gwennin ElbéBenjamin Lacombefestive ice skate tag card… | Tim Holtzthere’s a festive chill in the air this holiday season so time for a little winter fun. i always get asked what to do with all of the tags i make? well you can use them as an actual tag and place in a journal or scrapbook page, or use as a gift tag, or perhaps cut the top off the tag and layer on a card…but what about making an actual card from a tag? today i wanted to share a simple tag card using the bigz ice skate die i designed for sizzix this year. i must say many people are loving this new ice skate die and the coordinating mini movers and shapers ice skate die (sure seems to bring up lots of childhood memories for many). one of the cool features of the bigz ice skate die is the ability to lace the skates since the die actually cuts lacing slots - here’s how… step 1: begin by die cutting a pair of the bigz ice skates from grungeboard. step 2: paint the ice skates with distress paint and let dry. step 3: sand and scuff the edges of the ice skates using a sanding grip.