Pink Christmas gelli plate ATCs (320>323)

Today I have another set of Christmas ATCs I made using up some scraps off the desk and trying to use stamp sets I haven’t used in a while.  These ones were all using a set from a Creative Stamping magazine.

I started with some white cardstock I had cut down to just a bit smaller than ATC size so I could mount them onto the pink card bases I had got. I then took my mini gel press rectangle and added ink in the Melon mango and a spritz of water and used the gel plate as a stamp. I then added the Wisteria Wonder ink only round the edge of the plate and stamped it again. This gave a darker edge to each of the prints.

I then chose different stamps for each of them. This one above I chose the houses and then the flying Santa and reindeer. I chose to do it landscape. I then added in the lights of the houses with a white gel pen.

The next one I kept quite simple with the tree and sentiment but also added a little bit of extra pattern in the background by adding the snowflakes in the wisteria wonder.  I then added the glitter glue to add the necessary sparkle.

Next up is another simple one. Similar to the one above I added some stamped snowflakes and then chose the deer silhouette image and sentiment. And of course more glitter glue.

The final one I used the snow globe stamps. It was a tiny bit too big for the panel but I think I got away with it just about. 

So there we are… four more ATCs … four card toppers towards the Christmas stash created. Cute and a bit different. I love the finish that the gelli plate creates when using it to add ink as a stamp. 

Happy crafting!

Catherine 

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