Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Anything But a Card! So how about ATCs and ATCoins???

Hello Hello!

Welcome back crafty stampers! So happy you are here today!

This month our challenge theme is Anything But a Card! I adore this theme, it's just so f u n!!

It's Kim today and I wanted to share some ATCs and ATCoins I made. I made them for a swap but sadly my partner never got them :( I took a few photos because, I'm not afraid to say it, I really liked how they came out. And I really wanted to share them! So, I hope you like them. I don't have process photos but they are super easy and fast and fun to make with whatever stamps, papers, pens, inks, basically whatever you might have on your desk!

Here's the group photo! Such a fun family o'cards!

Time for solos and closeups!
This dragonfly ATC uses some scraps from my backgrounds and scraps box.
Stamps used:
Everything is stamped, then colored with Distress Inks
The border frame (segment) is a dimensional stamp I bought at Dollar Tree.


Embossing Powders

The girl stamp is a long tall thin stamp for maybe a book mark, but I just used a portion of it.
I'm not a great colorer, I know that's not a word? But I like to emboss the stamp then the water color like effect kinda fills in an looks really cool!
Edge the border of the coin/card with some distress ink or any ink to "hold" in the design!
The background is also embossed in purple powder that has some shimmer.

ATC Sunflower

I love sunflowers! This Sunflower Postoid stamp like the Photobooth ones are perfect for planners and ATCs and ATCoins.

Shiny embossing powder

Edge the small stamp and card with the shiny powder to make it all pop!
Stamp the text background with a portion of the stamp then reink and rotate to get the segments. Color the blocks with a waterpen and Distress Inks

Dragonfly ATCoin

This gorgeous dragonfly stamp is designed by Pam Bray Designs.
It's abig stamp and I only needed a portion to fill the coin. I embossed the stamp and used Distress Inks to color it in.
The background is from my scrap box and honestly I have no clue how I made it! But love it anyways! Edge the coin in shiny EP to hold the design together.

Remember to Play!

Do remember to play and come back to link your play with our stamper's challenge!
Have an amazing day!

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