Friday, 5 August 2011

ATC’s June/July 2011

Originally this post was from the Dimension Fourth Project Club, then the name change to Dimensions Stamps.  Now the name is Nina Crafts and the old names have been dropped.  I thought putting all the posts together would be better and easier to find things.

Why not have a go, you could win a free stamp from Dimension Fourth, but you have to be in the Project Club to enter.  To join the Project Club have a look on the 
http://www.dimensionfourthltd.co.uk/ website for details.  I will be photographing all your ATC's and showing them on here, for more details please see the project club newsletter.  Thank you and good luck.

Aileen used the window top to make these lovely oranges and lemons that have been coloured in using ProMarkers, she has called this little piece of artwork ‘St. Clements anyone?’
Due to some post issues Susan’s ATC’s never got to me, luckily she had actually photographed them before posting them, here are the photo’s of her artwork.  As you can see she has used the ‘Paris’ set of stamps through the window.  Thank you for sending me these photo’s Susan J
On to July, this first ATC is from Aileen and she has used the cupcake top to make her hot air balloon, she has coloured in with ProMarkers and used a glaze over the top.  Who would have thought you could make a balloon out of a cupcake, well done Aileen, love it.  She has called her artwork ‘Full of Hot Air’.
These two ATC’s are from Susan and she has called them ‘Love Cherry Bakewells’ and ‘Love Cupcakes’.  For the Bakewell she had stamped onto some funky foam for the topping and silver mirri for the base. 
 For the cupcake Susan used both Fantasy Fibres and Film for the top, silver mirri for the base and the background is a doily over some cork.
Photographing the silver mirri is a bit of a challenge, I hope I didn’t spoil them too much Susan J
Thank you both for taking part, I really do love seeing your artwork. 

1 comment:

  1. Great thinking outside the box with the drink and the balloon. Shiny silver mirri is very difficult to photograph, your pictures are as good as mine!

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