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3 ATC's

Hello out there! Today, I have 3 ATC's to bring you. One for the latest Wicked Wednesday, one for the new A Step in the Dark challenge, and one for Bombshell Stamps.

For Wicked Wednesday, we are sponsored by A Day for Daisies, and the challenge is "On the Farm." I used the image Birds for Bree. I think she makes a very cute farmer girl!

I used alcohol inks for the image, and watercolors for the background. Now, on to ASitD. The challenge is Anything Goes/Use Some Metal.

We are sponsored by the creep-tastic Ike's Art. I used Witchy, becuase let's face it...I can never have too many witch digis. I colored her with my watercolor markers, and used a sentiment stamp that I had on hand. Then, I sprayed Imagine Crafts' irRESISTables on top of the image for that bubbled texture. Love that stuff!


You can really see the texture of the spray here. I used staples for my "metal" aspect of the challenge.

For Bombshell, this ATC was made for the newest Color Challenge. You can see the color palette over at the Bombshell Blog. My color tones may be slightly more vibrant, but they definitely work with the palette I chose for the month.

I used Bombshell Patterns and All my Heart for this ATC. My focal image was colored with watercolor markers. So that's 3 very different ATC's! I hope you will join me in at least 1 of these challenges. Please visit each of the blogs to check out some more great projects from the DT's. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
OHHH Alison, how fun! 3very different ATC's but they're all just FABULOUS! Love that texture spray and indeed, one can never have too many witches. xxD
ike said…
Wonderful ATCs and fabulous colouring on my witch :-) I really love that bubbly spray you used. Excellent ! :-D

Hugz
IKE xxx

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Anonymous said…
Hi Alison, these are all gorgeous, love the colour of the witch, Thank you so much.

Hugs Erin x

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