Artist Trading Card Daily – 5

January 5, 2015 — 11 Comments

Today’s Artist Trading Card post features a little more in terms of techniques and focuses on the theme of the dream.

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The background was created using a script stamp from Indigo Blu, stamped and embossed in white on watercolour cardstock. Colour was then applied with Tim Holtz distress inks which were spritzed with water in order to spread the colour blend.

This was layered onto some coordinating cardstock.

The flower design was created by using a stencil through which alcohol ink was spritzed using the pen spritzer from Perfect Paper Partners.

I applied some mini gems up the sides to add a little bling – this is nice dream after all :)

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The lettering was created by using individual mini alphabet stamps which were then coloured, punched out with a small square punch and then edged with a black pen. They were then put in place using Pinflair Glue Gel.

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Hope you liked this one and will continue to visit as the collection grows.

Thanks for stopping by.

J :)

11 responses to Artist Trading Card Daily – 5

  1. 

    It’s a lovely dream John

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  2. 

    Lovely colours John. I find ATCs tricky because of the size but you have inspired me to have a go. I am collecting all my tiny stamps together as a starting point. Chris K

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  3. 

    I really must try spritzing, as I luv the effort on your card John ……. looking forward to the next one :-)

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  4. 

    Hello John
    Nice and easy. Thanks for this great way of reinforcing and reminding us of known techniques now stored in the mythical cupboard of memory!!!

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  5. 

    I like this card!

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  6. 

    Incredibly pretty and elegant 😊

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  7. 

    I like this very much.

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  8. 

    My favourite so far x x x

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  9. 

    Lovely like the colour scheme x

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  10. 

    Really lovely! Thank you so much for sharing your techniques with us – you’re a real inspiration. I wish you and your loved ones all the very best for the coming year and look forward very much to your next posting.

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