Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Vintage ATCs





Here are some vintage ATCs that had been published in Ett Trykk, June 2008 issue. I've used lots of inking on each ATC here. To get some free vintage images to play with, check out the link below.


Here are the steps to each ATC.

1) "Love" ATC

Distress all card stocks and vintage images using the scissors distressing technique. Ink the edges using distress inks. Attach a piece of small card stock to the back ground and stamp some quotes using various tones of distress ink all over. Add the two pieces of vintage images and stamp some images on the bottom of the ATC. Stamp and heat emboss the word "love" and add some final embellishment ie. flower and eyelets.

2) "Explore" ATC

Distress all card stocks and vintage images using the scissors distressing technique. Ink the edges using distress ink. Mask a scallop circle to the background using distress ink and stamp some words and images to it as well. Add the two pieces of vintage images and stamp some images on the bottom and right of the ATC. Stamp and heat emboss the word "explore" and add some brads to embellish it.

3) "destination unknown" ATC


Distress all card stocks and vintage images using the scissors distressing technique. Ink the edges using distress ink. Mask a rectangle on the background to create some depths. Add the three pieces of vintage images and stamp some images on the bottom and upper right of the ATC. Stamp and heat emboss the word "destination unknown" and add a flower to it.

4) "Sail Away" ATC


Distress all card stocks and vintage images using the scissors distressing technique. Ink the edges using distress ink. Add the two pieces of vintage images and stamp a frame or journal box image on top of it. I've also stamped some images on the left and bottom of the ATC. Stamp and heat emboss the word "sail away" and add a flower to it.

5) "Friends" ATC

Distress all card stocks and vintage images using the scissors distressing technique. Ink the edges using distress ink. Mask a square on it to create some depths. Add the two pieces of vintage images and stamp some images on the top and right of the ATC. Stamp and heat emboss the word "friends" and add some final embellishment ie. flower and lace.

6) "Cherish" ATC


Distress all card stocks and vintage images using the scissors distressing technique. Ink the edges using distress ink. Mask some scallop circles to create depths. Attach the first piece of vintage image and stamp another image on top of it. Then, add the second piece of vintage image (little girl) to it and stamp some images on the bottom and left of the ATC. Add the final piece of vintage image (a stamp). Stamp and heat emboss the word "cherish" and add some final embellishment ie. flower and staple.

Sources: Card stock: Provo Craft; Ink: Ranger Distress Ink, Ranger Emboss It, Tsukineko Brilliance; Stamps: Autumn Leaves, Heidi Swapp, PSX, MakingMemories, Hampton Art, Club Scrap, Inque Boutique; Brads: Making Memories; Others: Zig pens, uni-ball signo gel pen, vintage images, eyelets and embossing powders.

14 comments:

Cricket said...

Gorgeous! I've never made an ATC but yours are truly inspiring me to try!!

smiles,

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

Great link. :) thanks for sharing.

Mireia Sala said...

They are very nice !!!

Jamie said...

These are fantastic!!! Beautiful work!!! You are so very talented, thanks for sharing!!

Scrapping Butterfly Creations said...

Hi Irene you don't really know me...lol...but I have always loved your work...and I have just tagged you....

StrawberryPia said...

Wow PT! these ATC´s are gorgeous! Have a great day and I hope you feel better soon with the soar throat and all! *hugs* Pia

Debbie said...

Very vintage, they are perfect.

Love Debbie xx

paulien710 said...

Ohhhhhhh My word Irene....

These are soooooo BEAUTIFUL!!!!

As always I love your inking and eye for cloror.

Wow...... GORGEOUS work honey!

Love them.

Ying Pang, said...

really GORGEOUS!!

Jingle said...

Very nice!

sylv said...

Beautiful ATC's!! Thanx for the link to the vintage schtuff!

Beth Norman said...

These are gorgeous. You always blow me away with each visit to your site. All your details are breathtaking.

Ann said...

I love these ATC's. I am a scrapbooker, but I just recently started making ATC's.

martita said...

very stylish! I could have all of them :D

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