Tuesday, June 16, 2020

ATC Trio positive Vibes by Dunja


Hello and welcome to the tuesday posting. I take such pleasure and fun in designing ATCs, today there are three at once and i hope you'll like them.

First I cut out four pieces (2,5x3,5inch), primed the watercolor paper with gesso. Then I dyed it with watercolors, one orange and the other one in turquoise. Okay, in the end it's only three instead of four, but one didn't make it, haha


It is important to let the single processing steps dry well. After the water colors were well dried I stamped the background with the stamp.


With another stamp I have set some more accents in orange and turquoise. I only use StazOn, because it dries best and fastest. 


With the crayons I added some shades. 


I stamped the mushrooms with texture on watercolor paper with WOW! and white embossing. Then I cololered them with watercolours and cut them out. 


Now the mushrooms are still placed on the ATC and glued to it. A few sentiments, which I embossed white on black cardstock, also glued on the ATC.  


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All the best and see you soon

Dunja xx



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6 comments:

  1. Hi Dunja, great tutorial! And yes, I love ATC’s!
    Hug Mariken 🥰

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    1. Thank you Mariken, so sweet of you. ATC's are so much fun but a bit tricky, because the area to play is so tiny, haha
      Hugs xx

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  2. The backgrounds are so beautiful!

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  3. Wow! These are so stunning my dear!!! Thank you so much for sharing a tutorial!

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    1. Thank you so much Lovely, that means so much to me. ♥

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