Friday, 16 August 2013

Week 16 - Craft Barn Alpha Challenge

First, thank you to everyone who left comments on my previous entry to the Craft Barn Alpha Challenge, they are very much appreciated. I am hoping to be able to return your visits before the challenge is over.

This time around the letter D is the order of the week. I was able to get my personal challenge back on track this week and use a virgin stamp. I have used other stamps from this Sioux Jenneys designed set from the Artistic Stamper - this one had remained uninked. I used PaperArtsy Fresco paints for the background with a little stencilling over the top. After stamping the script I embossed with Sticky Stuff Embossing Powder and applied foil. The tutu is some thin self adhesive metal foil stuck to some card with a piece of sequin waste sandwiched between the two, then de-bossed with a paper stump and alcohol ink applied.





ATC Recipe
Card
Anna Marie super smooth, super white, printer card
Stamps/Stencil
Dance plate by Sioux Jenneys from the Artistic Stamper
PaperArtsy script MN11
Mini harlequin stencil by The Crafters Workshop
Ink/Paint
PaperArtsy Fresco paints
Versamark
Judikins Sticky Stuff embossing powder
Brilliance Pearlescent Crimson
Alcohol inks - Jacquard Pinata colour - Chile Pepper & Lime Green
Other
Metal gold foil
Silver self adhesive foil
Sequin waste
Dance charm
Definition - computer generated



8 comments:

gardenpinks said...

Another fabulous ATC Maggie, love the background colour and script. You will soon have a lovely collection :)
Lynn xx

Maisie Moonshine said...

Lovely ATC, great textures, love that embossed text in the background. MMx

Sylv said...

Beautiful ATC, love the pretty colours and fabulous dancer.

Sylv xx

Maggie said...

Lovely ATC for your "D" word lovely stamp.

MaggieH

BJ said...

Super piece and great textures too. BJ

Sara Sandberg said...

I love her skirt Maggie! :) x

The Craft Barn said...

Love the Tutu, so cute.Well done
Thank you for playing with us at the Craft Barn
Izzy

Glennis said...

That's a great use of the metal, Maggie - well done