Friday, October 15, 2021

A Tiny Craft October ATC Challenge

Hello and welcome!
It's time for our third challenge at 
As you may have guessed, the theme this month is Halloween! 👻

I created a trio of artist trading cards this time around:
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Here are some close ups:




I recycled some cardboard for my cards. Coated them with gesso and once dry,
painted them with a couple hues of orange paint and let dry. Next I spread embossing paste
through a jack-o-lantern stencil, then sprinkled black embossing
powder over the pattern. I let them dry overnight then heat 
embossed. I thought that the orange was a bit bright so I smudged
black Staz On ink around the edges. (note: next time do this
before stenciling!) I fussy cut images from some Graphic 45 
paper and adhered with foam squares. I could have added more but
I didn't want to completely cover up the jack smiles in the background. LOL!
They are pretty shiny in real life:


Now it's your turn! I hope that you find some time to play along in our
Halloween challenge at A Tiny Craft ATC Challenge!
We'd love to see what you come up with.
Thanks for visiting!



I'd like to enter this at Try It On Tuesday - Halloween



Supplies:
Substrate - recycled cardboard
DecoArt Media gesso
DecoArt Americana acrylic paint 0 Tangerine, Persimmon
Simple Stories - Jack-o-lantern stencil
Dreamweaver - embossing paste
Inks: Staz On - Jet Black; Ranger DI - Vintage Photo
Inkadinkado - black embossing powder
heat gun
Graphic 45 - Rare Oddities paper
paint brush and pallet knife
SA by 3L - thin 3D foam squares; Scor Tape
Tonic distressing tool

4 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

Jack 0 lantern stencil, you have the best stuff. Awesome job with the background and great ATCs.

Donna said...

Ohhhhhhhh I am with Barb, I have jack o lantern stencil envy!
These are just awesome sistah!!

Helen said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that background on all your fabulous ATC's!!! And I have to say,,, thanks for sharing at Try it on Tuesday, as well as having me for your guest this month! ((HUGS)) Helen

Lindsey said...

I adore these jack-o-lantern faces in the background! And you can absolutely never go wrong with G5 papers. Fab!!!

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