Tuesday, 4 March 2014

One For The Money

Hello.  Welcome.  Happy Tuesday everyone.  Hope that the week is going well for you.  I've been working on some ATC's.  The other one is a work in progress but this one came together with a little inspiration from Wicked Wednesday where the theme is Child's Play and Stampotique where they are looking for Monochromatic.  Hoping this pleases

I stamped little Elvis from Paperartsy Urban Snapshots Fancy Dress 1 stamps onto white card with black archival ink.  Then I used clear Wink of Stella brush over his outfit.  The bling photographed quite well.  I cut a black ATC and embossed it with Sizzix Patchwork embossing folder.  Then I highlighted the embossing with Docrafts Artiste White pigment ink.  It was a bit bright so I removed some with a piece of tissue.  I stamped the sentiment, from the same stamp set, ripped and edged with archival.

My ATC joining the fun at
Wicked Wednesday ATC Challenge 125 - Kids at Play
Stampotique Designers Challenge 136 - Monochromatic
Kort o Mania Utfordring 103 - Fargekontraster
Inky Chicks Challenge 24 - Monochromatic

Thanks for your visit.  I love to read your comments.  Hugs


  1. This is great - thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us at Wicked Wednesday. :)

  2. Love your monochromatic project, Gail! Thanks for participating in the Stampotique Designers' Challenge this month!

  3. Love your ATC - completely different from mine!!

  4. Fun ATC! Hey, when I have the time I play over at Wicked Wednesday too! Maybe we should trade ATCs some time.

    BTW, great catch over at SDC (with the multiple entries).

  5. Great ATC, love the fun Elvis theme.
    :) Chris / CS Designs

  6. Fabulous ATC, great monochromatic mini Elvis.

    Sylv xx

  7. Wonderful card! I love Elvis! Thank you for joining us at Kort o Mania!


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