Artful Days Goodie Box, Brushos, Kaisercraft, Santoro

Santoro boat girl ATC 235

Hello

Another ATC made using a brushos background as the starting point. And another Santoro stamp. 

The green and blue strip I over stamped with a grey ink and the kaisercraft stamp. 

I then added two strips of patterned paper left from an Artful Days goodie box. 

I then added the stamped girl image which I had coloured using brushos … I had them out on the desk so it seemed the best option! 

Love how this came out. May have to use this image more often as I often bypass her! 

Happy crafting! 

Catherine 

Digital stamps, Gelli Plate, Masks/Stencils, Promarkers, Letraset, Santoro

November Lindsay Mason ATC swap . .. In the night

Hello. 

Lindsay Mason organises a monthly themed ATC swap and November’s swap theme was In the night. Here is what I made…

I took a Gelli print I had done on some kraft paper and inked it up with Hickory smoke and black soot distress ink. 

Next I added some stars . ..but I didn’t like them so flicked white paint instead and covered the stars with some organza ribbon. 

Next I chose a digital stamp from a day for daisies and coloured it using Promarkers.

When I fussy cut the image I did lose the halo and some of her hair but think it still looks fab. I then added the little star paper clip onto the edge too.

I wanted a bit of texture on this so also added some glossy transparent texture gel through a stencil and then some glimmer ink onto the moon to make it shimmer.

I finished the ATC off with some gold pen outlines and a little sticker…. twinkle! 

The other two I didn’t manage any step by steps … just got carried away creating….

This has glossy raised stars and lots of silvery doodles.

And the final one is a massive job in embossing!

A stamped image, some stamped letters and handwritten letters using my much neglected embossing pen. Edged and embossed…. including colouring in the moon and star and using different embossing powder colours.  I might have also scorched my fingers making this!

Love all three different interpretations of the prompt … In the night.

Happy crafting !

Catherine