Thursday, August 22, 2013

fall atc

Hello bloggers!
I'm back again with another atc. I enjoyed the last one so much I wanted to do another for my atc album and Inspiration Emporium.
I wanted to use my Tim Holtz mini blueprint set. I stamped the oak leaf stamp with Archival Jet Black ink on a Tim Holtz journaling ticket, it fit perfectly, YAY, they are perfect for atc's and the mini blueprint stamps!
I stamped the oak leaf again on cream cardstock and colored it in with Distress Markers in dried marigold, rusty hinge, fired brick, tea dye and worn lipstick, I did some blending with the water brush. I cut the leaf out and embossed it with clear embossing powder on VersaMark ink and adheared it to the ticket.
I took the VersaMark pad and swiped it on the edges of the ticket and embossed it with black embossing powder for some distressing. I used my tracing wheel around the ticket for some faux stitching and put mini fasteners in the corners.
I cut a 2.5 x 3.5 piece of Tim's 8x8 collage paper and adhered it to the card base. Then I dry embossed it with the woodgrain texture fade. I put Archival coffee ink on the raised areas of the card. I added 2 more pieces of paper then I did some faux stitching on the sides. Finally, I adhered the ticket to the card.
That's it!
I hope you'll give atc's a go if you haven't already, I really like them, they're fun to collect!
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5 comments:

Sandra said...

great atc - love these th images.
Sandra ltb

Rea' said...

How cool is that ?! Love those blueprint stamps!

Lisa H said...

Very nice!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Love this rustic fall ATC, Pam. The texture you added with embossing and stitching is just wonderful. You do such great work!

butterfly said...

Simply beautiful... love the rustic autumnal feel, and the texture from those stitching holes and cute tiny brads. Delicious.
Alison x

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