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He's awesome Huh?

Helle Greer

WOW you are so lucky!!!
What a great treat, but he is lucky too, to spend the whole day with YOU.
Have a great day girley.



Those stamps.... WOW! I'd like to stand there for 10 minutes and just look! I see craft paper - I want to play too! I found a scary monkey just like Tim's... I'll post a pic on my blog today.


Wow! I'm so jealous! I love Tim and his products. That must have been just incredible!


can't wait to see what you created!!!

and just a side story. i love your products and the other night after scrap shopping i can home and my boyfreind ( who knows nothing about scrappin) said how much chipboard letters do you need?! i had gotten another 4 packs of your letters. they are such a fave of mine! i love painting them and puttin diamond glaze!!!

Keep up the great work!



You must have been a really good girl this year! What an honor. He surely has alot of stamps and very, very clean studio. Makes you wonder does he even work in there. Can't wait to see what you come up with


Wow! That is so amazing!!!! Thanks for sharing this slice of your life. So cool!


oh, to have been a fly on the wall for that encounter! lucky you!

Jolene George

You're a deserving lucky duck! So glad you had fun, learned new things and came home inspired! http://jolenegeorge.blogspot.com/


It sounds like it was so much fun! Can't wait to see the inspiration!

Tim Holtz

I can't even begin to tell you what a great time I HAD TOO! It was so much fun to spend the day just talking, creating, and brainstorming. Heidi & Emily were such fun and talented to boot. Thanks again Heidi, for taking the time out of your busy life to spend time sharing the journey...


WoW! That is friggin' awesome!!! Please play and show us some fun stuff!!!

Hil :)

PROLIX from la Normandie

You're so much lucky Heidi!
quelle chance!
so much stamps for you alone!!!
whatta dream to meet the great Tim!

{ThE fReNcH tOuCh}

lynn whelan

love the art room!!! who wouldn't? and tim sounds like a great guy, wish i had been there for the inspiration to use my alcohol inks and blender i've been hanging on to for some time now!

NOW, tell (beg, PLEAD) KAthy to bring back her BLOG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


oh how lucky are you little lady!!! and what a dream for all of the rest of us...the two of you together!!!


Holy Guacamole! A man who is talented, artistic...AND organized.

Does he have a brother? No, don't answer that I have a DH.

You lucky duck you.


Oh my! What fun! I personally have been a little intimidated by his inks, even though I'm a HUge stamper. Seriously, you need to come out with some more stamps. Begging you here.

Tracy Whitney

sounds like a wonderful opportunity! What I loved about watching Tim H. @ memory Trends was that his hands were so expertly in motion - like a master musician and his violin. kwim???


wow! That is pretty awesome! what a collection. I felt this way about Heidi Swapp! I tried to find flights for the weekend to take your class at the LSS but I couldn't find any!!! I thought how fun, I could fly up take a class and wow my friends with the amazing stuff i learned from Heidi Swapp. Is it January yet? Can't wait for big pic class to start. p.s.- anyone know how to find the class group online?


He is so inspiring, just like you. And I was thrilled to have an opportunity to take a class with him at CKU this year. It was my favorite class.

I look forward to seeing how you incorporate his products with yours. What a fun journey!


So it appears that Mr. T MUST come to CE this year...I mean, he's PRACTICALLY next door!!
I am so envious of
- seeing and playing in a studio THAT cool with someone so talented (not sure who I'm more jealous of - you or Tim)
- THAT level of organization - in fantasies I'm not that together, let alone IRL
- being able to spend a DAY creating and playing
- going to bed at 10 pm


Okay, soooooo since he lives here--GET HIM 4 CE 2007. Please, please, please. I have taken so many classes from CKUs, ML, CTMH Scrapbooks,Etc., stamp convention/stores that I need more expert instructors. I have found it difficult to learn beyond where I am now. I'd love to hear how he "got in" that back door sometime. H, you R very lucky! Congrats. Yay, Emily! Count your blessings name them 1 by 1... Thanks again for sharing. Your blog rocks!

jacki ponterio

just spent 2 days creating with Tim @ rubin Rouge in Fl.. what a truly creative experience. what a teacher and so down to earth. can't even put into words my experience. I will travel were ever to see him again. but OH to see his home. That would truly be the ultimate.

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