ATC & Tutorial – Paloma
Today I’m going to show you my September ATC – Shabby Vintage
I’m going to share the tutorial step-by-step…
How to do:
2) Glue pattern paper
3) Apply a layer o gesso
4) Add borders
5) Add some piece of lace
6) Add mode poge and gesso
7) Apply acrilic paint
8) Glue chipboard (I used white embossing powder do cover it)
9) Add some embelishments
For this card I used Dusty Attic Filmstrip chipboart DA0935
Dusty Attic mini butterflies chipboart DA0364
Dusty Attic Roses
DA0954 DA0960 DA0972
I still used Dusty Attic acrilic paint DA09
Hope you liked it!!
ATC – Robyn Shakoor
Our theme this month is Shabby Vintage. I used ATC Frame #1 (DA0673)
to accent my design. I used various textures to create a chunky vintage ATC.
I used Hot Chocolate (DA0923) and Pesto (DA0918) Dusty in Colour acrylic paints
to create the aged finish on my ATC frame.
I used corrugated cardboard as the base of my ATC. I brushed Walnut Stain Distress Ink onto the surface to also create an aged appearance to my project.
This month’s theme is a favourite of mine – “Shabby Vintage”. I kept my ATC fairly simple because I knew I wanted to use it as part of a card project. I stared with the ATC Frame #8 (DA0876), primed it, glazed it with gold Silks and then splattered it with Navajo White paint (DA0903). The mini wire dress form was primed and simply painted with Dusty Pink paint (DA0907).
Then, I added my ATC to a card, and also added the mini word couture from the mini word pack #3 (DA0477), that I also painted with the Navajo White paint (DA0903) and splattered some gold Silks glaze on it. Oh… and the awesome gold ATC background? It is a casing (the negative/discard piece) from the Corner Flourish #2 (DA0629).
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!