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January ATC’s by: Belinda, Helena, Loiuse

 This Month The ATC Theme is – Fairies & Flutterflies
January ATC‘s by: Belinda, Helena, Louise

Belinda Spencer – Live in the Moment

For
this atc I have printed a photo of my daughter in her fairy costume on
matte photo paper. I then coloured her dress and shoes with Lyra
Watercolour Crayons and flicked some Glimmermist over the top. I have
also stamped a quote directly onto the image as well as the grasses at
the bottom. I painted some Dusty In Colour Dusty Pink DA0907 around the
distressed edge of the image. I created her fairy wings using a
butterfly from the Flutterbies DA0766 which I embossed with Stampendous
Shabby Pink Embossing Enamel.
Cheers B-) xoxo
Louise Collins – Love, Value, Inspire
Hi, here is a photo of my first ATC. I used the black paint with crackle
glaze on top then rubbed gold into the cracks. The background was made
by soaking a piece of grunge board with water then spraying with mists
so they all blend. I also used DA Butterflies #3 and Blooms.
Dusty In Bloom Cornsilk Code: DA0806
Clear Crackle Varnish Code: DA0900
                         Soot Acrylic Paint Code: DA0925                          
Lou Collins XX

Helena Johansson – Fly High 

January ATC

This ATC is made for Dusty Attic and the January Theme “Fairies and Butterflies”. I have used Flutterbies #3 (DA0766), corners from Devine Frame Set (DA0733) and Dusty in Blooms (Bridal Veil, DA0805). I painted the corners with acrylic paint from Dusty Attic, first Navajo White and then Dusty Pink. The larger Butterfly I first soaked in water to divide the wings a bit. When dried, I painted with Navajo White and Dusty Pink, then misted with a light pink glimmer mist and painted with light pink Pan Pastels. The smaller Butterfly I painted with Clear Crackle Varnish, on the raw chippie, then I used some light pink Pan Pastels on the cracks, when dried. The smaller white flowers I misted with light pink glimmer mist, then I used pink pan pastels on the edges of the petals.
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