Thursday, April 4, 2013

Acetate ATC


I created this creepy fun ATC with rubber stamps. The skull is from the Edgar Allan Poe collection by Smeared Ink. The spider web is from Hampton Art. I stamped the skull on a piece of acetate and then layered that on top of a flowered print cut from a magazine. To add some additional color, I stenciled squares with pink.

I am entering this ATC in the following challenges:

Smudgy Antics - no markers
Charisma Cardz (10) - use acetate
Haunted Design House - bare bones (CAS)
Left of Center - alternative art
Challenge 4 Everybody - #17 anything goes
Simon Says Stamp - anything goes
Paper Make-up - #82 anything goes
Through the Craftroom Door - anything goes
613 Avenue - flowers

~Wendy

19 comments:

  1. Cool effect, Wendy! Love the unexpected color in combo with the stamps. Thanks for sharing with HDH. xxD

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  2. Wow what a stunning project, thank you so much for sharing with us this week at Delicious doodles challenge and good luck. Hugs
    NIKKI DT

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  3. Great ATC, you've used my favorite skull image from SI! Love how you've used the acetate. Thanks for joining us at Left of Center Challenges.

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  4. Superb Wendy. Love all of your makes. Thanks for sharing at HDH this week xx

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  5. FAB! Great technique, very effective. Thanks for sharing with us at Smudgy Antics and Haunted Design House :)

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  6. Fab piece and a great technique, Wendy! Thanks for playing along with Smudgy Antics :)

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  7. Original project. Interesting graphic effect. Congratulations !

    Thanks for joining us at Charisma Cardz this week !

    Hugs from France.
    Catherine.

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  8. Awesome, great use of the acetate, as you know I love working with it ;0) Thanks for playing with us at Smudgy Antics!
    http://www.smudgyantics.blogspot.com/2013/04/make-it-colourful-without-markers-or.html

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  9. fabulous ATC! I love the way you've used the different stamps and colour on this piece. thank you for playing along with us at Smudgy Antics

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  10. That turned out very nice. Thank you for sharing with us at our neighborhood at 613 Avenue Create. We look forward to seeing more of your crafty goodness. Hugs~Patti

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  11. Awesome ATC, love the way you used the colors and giving it a distressed feeling! :) Thanks for playing along a Smudgy Antics.
    Hugs Anna

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  12. wonderful project so colorful thank you for playing with us at smudgy antics
    susan s

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  13. This ATC is, as you put it, some creepy fun! :) Those stamped images are cool. I also really like your pop of color with the pink squares. Thanks for sharing your art with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

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  14. Fabulous ATC - great background technique.
    Thanks for playing along at Charisma this week.
    Good luck.
    Debs xx

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  15. What a fabulous ATC Wendy. That little bee made me smile :) Thank you for sharing your art with us at Smudgy Antics

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  16. Brilliant idea and a fabulous ATC. Thank you for playing at Haunted Design House :-)
    IKE x

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  17. great use of acetate! Thanks for joining in at Charisma this week! Gemma :)

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  18. Great idea! I love the way the backing papers peek through. Thanks for playing along at Charisma last week. I hope that you will join us again.
    Carissa

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  19. Great use of the acetate, I like to stamp on that too. Love the contrast of dark images with the bright colours.Thanks for joining us at hdh

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