I recently purchased some ever-so-creamy embossing paste from Studio 490, and used that with a Dylusions stencil over a background sprayed with Dylusions ink sprays in Squeezed Orange and Cherry Pie. To complete my ATC, I used one of the new (September 2013) Stampotique Originals' images (by their newest designer Linda Peterson) called "Dance" and starring Hazel! I will admit to "surgically" removing, then repositioning and shortening her arms so that she fit on my ATC. I also cut her dress out of patterned paper. The word "dance" was cut from a larger stamp called "Dance Text.""I love making ATC's the 2.5 x 3.5 inch size is perfect for any media you wish to use and you can squeeze in lots of details and layers in a small space or keep it quite plain and simple. ATC's can be dramatic or just plain fun so I can't wait to see yours!"
Without further ado, let me introduce HAZEL!
If you would like a chance to win one of two $30 gift certificates from Stampotique Originals this month, make an ATC and submit it here. You don't have to use a Stampotique Originals' stamp, but you do need to use a rubber stamp (no digi images allowed in the drawing).
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