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Friday, 26 April 2013

Little Claire's Weekly Project with Gemma making a 'The smile i bring' ATC...

Hello me lovelies

Its my turn for this weeks Little Claire's weekly project and i thought it would be a good idea to share with you an ATC i made using this months club stamp set which is called 'The smile i bring'...its a really beautiful stamp set :)
If you would like to join our club and would like some more info, you will find it here and you can also find the stamp set here.

Righto me lovelies, i am going to share a picture of the ATC i made along with how to make it...


Ingredients to make this ATC
A piece of white card measuring 2 1/2 inches x 3 1/2 inches
Promarkers - burnt orange, honeycomb, mustard, primrose, buttercup, henna, cocoa, terracotta, grass, leaf green
Stampin Up inks pads - Pumpkin pie, More mustard
Dry baby wipe
A plastic document sleeve

Now lets get started...
1) On your white piece of card stamp the sentiment that comes with the chosen stamp set in the bottom corner like the picture above using your black memento ink pad.

2) Next stamp the hanging bird house using black memento ink pad in the top corner like the picture above.
{don't worry if the image goes of the edge of the white card}

3) Next you colour your image using the Promarkers listed above in the ingredients list. 

Tip: Using the darker colours and work your way out using the lighter colours.

4) To make the image stand out more, go around your image using the following Promarkers...first use the mustard promarker, then the buttercup slightly going over the mustard colour and then using the primrose again going around the image going over the 2 previous colours. 

Now your image should have a glow!! 

The next step is to give your image a bit of a distressed look around your ATC and you do this by...

5) Lay your ATC on your clear document sleeve and dab your dry baby wipe into the More mustard ink pad, now go around the edge of your ATC in circular motions dragging the colour on to your ATC but not all the way into the middle, leave some white space.

6) Now using the Pumpkin pie ink pad do the same again but only slightly going onto your ATC and not covering your previous colour, this just gives your ATC a bit more of a glow.

7) This is what your ATC should look like at the end.

Here's some more examples of ATC's i have made using Little Claire's stamp sets...hope you likey :)





Thank you for taking the time to read me waffle and for any sweet comments you may leave me :)
Till next time me lovelies...
hugs and xxx
Gemma

10 comments:

Elaine said...

Hi Gemma lovely Atc's and fab coluring ! Xx

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

Such lovely creations Gemma great set of cards
jacqui x

McCrafty's Cards said...

They are all gorgeous Gemma!
Kevin xx

Sue - bearhouse said...

WOW!!! I love how you have used that gorgeous image the colours are really wonderful. All your other ATCs look fabulous too, the designs and images are so beautiful.
hugs Sue xx

Juls said...

wow!! all these makes are just stunning!! Hugs Juls

coops said...

wow these are fabulous gemma.really gorgeous images and colours :D

xx coops xx

Allthingsinky said...

These Atc's are all gorgeous, love the stamps you use and the colours, Beautiful set of Atc's...

Jenn Bedient said...

These are all so very pretty, Gemma! Love your design and coloring!

Hugs,

- Jenn

shampylou30 said...

Lovely set of atc cards. Love the colours. Sue xxx

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

These are all so pretty, love your colour blending
Lindsay xx

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