Friday, 10 July 2015

ARTplorations tutorial

 Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my first ever tutorial in ARTplorations blog.
 You can see this tutorial HERE! So please visit the blog and even leave me some love there if you like it.
This tutorial was influenced by two trends: the first one are  ATC, that  are now more than ever  trendy issue and the second one are this Pocket Letter thing that actually I never made or sent, but it's in the same format as ATC cards, just 9 of them and not 6, as I made here. Usually we make ATC one by one , even if we make 3 or 4 of them and in the same theme/format. So why can't we make one single project and then to divide it to 6 ATC cards? And it can be even better: we will connect 6 already cut ATC cards to one single sheet, will do the project and all we need to do later is to peel off the adhesive from the back.
So let's see how we can do six ATC cards as one single project.
Products used:
ARTplorations stencils
Earth Safe Finishes- gesso, texture paste, decoupage glue, paints 
Paper leftovers
Embossing powders
Word stickers- Tim Holtz
I enter this piece to some Mixed Media challenges too:


Becca Cruger said...

AH-mazing use of ATCs! Really cool project!

Donna B. said...

I love your ATC art. The colors, flowers and textures are amazing! Thanks so much for playing at The Mixed Media Monthly Challenge.

Lynn K said...

Gorgeous ATC's! So pretty and I love them all together! Such a great summer project. Thanks for joining us in this month's Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!

Melanie said...

This is really beautiful. Thanks for playing along at the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge Blog!

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