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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Vegie ATCs

I worked on a set of vegie ATCs because I have always loved these three images from the Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers line, now at StampFrancisco, but never used them. Plus vegie images always remind me of how amazing seeds are, that they can produce vegetables, and I love to be amazed at what God has created! Can't wait for summer all of a sudden :o)



STAMPS: vegies - Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers, postage - Hero Arts, Stampers Anonymous, Stampa Rosa, speckle - Judith peg, vegie words bkgd - A Stamp in the Hand

INKS: Stampin' Up! Real Red, Really Rust, Always Artichoke, Mellow Moss and Certainly Celery, Staz-On Jet Black, Versamark

SUPPLIES: black embossing powder, anti-static bag, cosmetic sponges, Dove blender pen, glue stick

TECHNIQUE: Technique Junkies Dragged Madras 04/09

STEPS:
  1. Use Certainly Celery and Always Artichoke to do a Dragged Madras bkgd on a 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" card.
  2. Overstamp with the vegie words bkgd with Always Artichoke.
  3. On white scrap cs emboss vegie using Versamark and detail black powder.
  4. Use Dove blender pen and ink pools to color in vegie image.
  5. Trim image closely and adhere to card with glue stick.
  6. Stamp phrase with Staz-On Jet Black.
  7. Stamp postage with second generation Real Red.
  8. Ink speckle stamp with black ink and stamp on two edges till it needs reinking.

Hope your weekend was nice - thanks for stopping by!

6 comments:

Evelyn S. said...

Each set is made up of ATC gems, Nancy! I LOVE the colors you used on these, especially, but the choice of subject is wonderful too. All could be framed!

lilscrappers said...

I agree with evelyn. Your work is fabulous. I always have to peek in to see what you are up to. Thanks for sharing your beautiful talent

Manna said...

These are gorgeous, Nancy! Love the images. What fun!

Shar said...

Wow! These are just yummy! Terrific trio!

Adair said...

Another great set of ATCs! Well done!

Daria said...

Wonderful set of ATC's. I love this type of image, and you did them proud.