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ukstampers March ATC swap

We are doing the ukstampers March swap a little early and the theme this time is rip and tear (basically distressing) so for two of my ATCs I have used ripped tissue paper and ripped napkin and the 3rd one uses distressed embossing powder for the tiny frame. We also had to make an arch to swap. I have never made an arch before so this is my first attempt. I spent ages on it and am quite pleased with the result so I hope the recipient likes it as much as I do.

memories

Inks: Distress inks shabby shutters, peeled paint and mustard seed, black document ink
Card: white card, tissue paper
Stamps: free memories stamps from craft stamper mag, Elusive images Diamond art, Stampers anonymous mini muse
Other: white rub-on Family, melted UTEE tinted green, mod podge, cut out text

oliveSML

Inks: black document ink, distress ink scattered straw
Card: white, napkin
Stamps: Stampin up Sanded background, StudioG small alphabet
Other: mod podge, glossy accents

littleAngels

Inks: Distress inks Frayed burlap, Scattered straw and vintage photo, black document ink, versamark with gold and distress vintage photo embossing powders
Card: white
Stamps: Paperartsy wings plate 4 and man of numbers plate 5, Llewelyn-Bowen Venaissance
Other: glossy accents, tiny flower sticker, red krylon shimmer leafing pen, water colour pencils, glitter pen

aliceArchSML
Inks: black document ink, Distress inks Frayed burlap, antique linen and vintage photo, versamark with gold embossing powder
Card: White, black
Stamps: Alice in wonderland (unknown), Autumn leaves On the edge (Katie Pertiet, Basic Grey flourish corners
Other: beads, copper chain, gold and copper brads, glossy accents, clear circle domes, zip pull, gold trim stained with copper alcohol ink, copics to colour, copper pen

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2 comments on “ukstampers March ATC swap
  1. Deborah says:

    I’d never have known it is your first arch – it’s fantastic. As are the ATCs (hoping I get one!)

  2. Tinkertaylor says:

    These are all gorgeous

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