Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Wisteria ATCs

For a challenge using mini art work on a larger project I made these ATCs using the Club Scrap Wisteria Collection.   The challenge was part Club Scraps'  Virtual Summer Camp called Pro-Scrapbooks League (PSL) over the past four weeks. The whole goal of PSL is to complete scrapbook pages, cards, or projects in a friendly competition.

Here is the ATC step by step process:
1) The background heavy white paper was marbled by wiping in Faber-Castel Pitt pens and in light blue & white sprayed with water.

2) Next green mist was used on Club Scrap text weight paper.  The paper was then torn into small pieces and applied with matte medium.  The “grass” was finished by spreading some dark green gelato over it and rubbing in with a finger. 

3) Vines and leaves were stamped along the edge using Wisteria Collection stamps.  A little matching gelato was rubbed onto each flower image. 

4)  Next the Wisteria stencil and light molding paste were used to make a lattice over the flower images.  Afterwards the paper was trimmed into three ATCs.


5) Finally Wisteria flowers were stamped on white paper and coated with Glossing Accents before cutting out and adhering each ATC.  Small leaves were cut out of the remaining “grass” papers and adhered with matte medium to the top of each wisteria bundle. Each was finished with a stamped word.
Come back tomorrow, July 31, for the Club Scrap Wisteria Collect Blog Hop to see how I incorporated these ATCs into larger projects.
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