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Monday, 25 October 2010

TRIPTIC ATC'S

Hi there!  Thank you for all your lovely comments on my previous post...they are all encouraging so am feeling that maybe I should draw more :D

Here are some, well one as they were all the same, pics of an Atc that I have made for THE ARTISTS TRADING CARD CLUB which is up & running again!  We were asked to make Tryptic atc's and some gorgeous templates were provided.  We were also given free rein on our subject.


I used plain cream card which was spritzed to death, nearly, with various mica sprays.  I stamped & embossed the insides before adding a bit more colour.  The images have been coloured with Inktense watercolours before cutting out & sticking on.

Oh & lots of edges were 'lifted' with a gold pen!  Thank you for taking a look today my lovelies, HUGS XXX

11 comments:

Kaz said...

That's really colourful Karen, it must have taken ages to do them! xxx

Caroline said...

Love the ATC's Karen...x

Zoechaos said...

Gotta love sprays LOL

The inside is brillent wonderful work. xx Zoe

Angelnorth said...

Fab ATC design, lovely exotic feel to this!

Traceyr said...

A very bejewelled inside there Karen lovely. :)

Netty said...

Terrific, x

Gez said...

Goregous Karen. Looks like you got nice & inky. FAB design.xx

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

these are incredible. And the coloring is super. And I really like the gold leafing pen as the accent. But of course, my favorite is the front with the hand images. Way to meet this challenge!

Gini said...

Oh Karen, these are gorgeous, you didn't happen to make six by mistake did you??!! You know, one extra that has no home...
How do you get the embossing to be mottled like that? (I am hopeless at embossing) is it the type of powder or a special way of doing it?
Some of the other participants are going to be so lucky to get one of these in the swap!
Gini
xx

melody said...

whoa...now that is like...totally rawkin kewl chickie! lovin all the techniques and texture! fabulous!

Hazel said...

There is so much detail in this - it is truly gorgeous - a lot of patient, but very talented, crafting x