Thursday, July 16, 2009

Spring Has Sprung ATC

I hope you all had enjoyed my colourful and fun ATCs. Here's another using Clear Scraps acrylic ATC and pattern papers from My Little Shoebox.

Here are the steps to this colourful ATC.

1) Use a Clear Scraps acrylic ATC as the base for this ATC.

2) Run the ATC through an embossing machine. Highlight the embossed images with some paint markers.

3) Tear a piece of black cardstock and layer on the bottom from the back of the ATC.

4) Cut out the circles and flowers from the pattern paper. Layer them on the ATC using some foam adhesives (ink them with distress ink first). Add details using Liquid Pearls, Glossy Accents and Stickles.

5) The title of the ATC is actually a rub-on.

Aren't these ATCs fun and colourful? It really makes me happy just seeing them. If you're going to this coming CHA, make sure you drop by Clear Scraps booth to check them out.


Sources: Clear products: Clear Scraps; Cardstock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: My Little Shoebox; Inks: Ranger Distress Ink; Rub-Ons: BoBunny; Others: Ranger Glossy Accents, Ranger Stickles,EKSuccess Zig Painty, Zip Dry, Glue Dots and other adhesives.

10 comments:

Agnes Sim said...

wow...u got lot of nice art work here. i like it so much!! ^_^

Heather McDaniel said...

o wow this one is definately my favorite! GREAT JOB!!!

Kary Sol said...

Fantastic!!! Beautiful flowers!!!!

Cortaline said...

It's very lovely ... I like this one Thanks La Delf

Isabelle said...

Your ATCs are amazing! They are so inspiring. I've done only a couple of ATC yet, but you give me so much inspiration...

L'Hélène said...

I really love this one.

Is your embossing machine a Cuttlebug?

Irene Tan aka Scrapperlicious said...

Hi L'Hélène,

Yeap! Cuttlebug is the only one that I own.

kathj said...

i am loving these atc's

Kathlene said...

Gorgeous ATC--makes me want to try too. :) Did you emboss before you applied the rubon or rubon and then emboss? How does that work?

Irene Tan aka Scrapperlicious said...

Hi Kathlene,

You will need to emboss it first before you apply the rub-on. The embossing process might mees up with rub-on image if you apply the rub-on first. It can be a little tricky in applying rub-on on an embossed surface but you'll get the hang of it.

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