Monday 20 June 2011

ATC for Scrolls Work

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On Wednesday I am off to meet another blogging buddy. Lucy at True Colours only lives about 20 minutes away from me, so we are going to meet for coffee in Basingstoke and then do some crafty retail therapy – now that sounds like a good day doesn’t it?

This is a design piece for Scrolls Work and I have used their stamps to create an ATC. Don’t forget all their stamps are 60% off at the moment because they are sadly closing the on-line shop. You might be able to find these stamps still available. I love using these as they stamp so clearly.

Alcohol Inks - butterscotch, ginger and copper
DIs - shabby shutters, forest moss, walnut stain
Archival Ink – coffee
Distress Stains - vintage photo, weathered wood, forest moss, walnut stain
TH die - ATC and corners
Scrolls Work stamps – Van Gogh houses and children walking

I started by cutting a vellum and card ATC and brown corners from the die. I used this fabulous tutorial by Kim Dellow to colour up and stamp the ATC  and I tore up some dictionary paper.


I covered the card ATC with torn pieces of the dictionary paper and coloured it up with the distress stains. I added some to the path on the vellum.


I stamped the image and coloured it using distress inks, then cut it out.


These are all the pieces before they have been assembled. My top tip when using vellum is use a glue that dries clear and when securing the vellum to the card, keep the glue under the pieces that have been stuck on the top, that way you can’t see any sign of adhesives anywhere.

Well have a wonderful day and great week and I look forward to seeing you again soon.

luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox