Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Little ATCs

Hi everyone,


Glad you all liked my little Halloween Hunk yesterday :)


Today I have a trio of ATCs for you. These were cut from very thin cardboard to the required size of 3.5x2.5 inches. This was part of a large piece of cardboard that I had worked on, that I have had in my stash for ages that I knew would come in handy one day...I think we all know that feeling don't we.









I am entering this in the following challenges:

A Vintage Journey,A Little Touch of Tim-ATCs only here

Thats Crafty,This is a mans world here



Adirondack paints,decoart crackle glaze,distress embossing powders,cogs were cut from a gelli print,the image is from Tim's found relatives cut into 3.

Hope you like it

Donna x



21 comments:

  1. Brilliant Donna - these are fabulous. Love the corrugated backs, the framing of the chit chat stickers and the wonderful cogs. All superbly put together. Nikki xx ps Thanks for joining us at a Vintage Journey.

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  2. WOW Donna! I can't stop looking at them! The way you used the corrugated cardboard, it looks like an old tin roof on a barn, which is so perfect for the feel of your little cards! I love your little frames and hangers too! So much to look at and I love it all! What an artist, you are! Big hugs :)

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  3. Donna, these ATCs are fabulous! Pamellia has described all the details perfectly. Old tin roofs had so many colors to them. These little gems are a joy to look at.

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  4. Oh my! These are fantastic!! Oh, I love the background too, but the cogs, the dudes and all of the added pieces just complement the gorgeous background! I love those textured keys... so much grungy beauty here.. it warms my heart! I also love your little round stand! How coooool! xxxx

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  5. These are absolutely gorgeous,love all your details.xxx

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  6. Oh I do like these Donna, love how you've altered the keys, great combination of textures, wonderful! Ruth x

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  7. They look amazing Donna!
    xxx from busy Susi..
    Vienna is just stressfulll .. today a stressfull day in the giant shopping center and Ikea shopping ... I am looking forward to being at home again .. my inet connection here is not fast enough ...

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  8. These are amazing Donna, I love your corrugated background and the embellishments all work together perfectly xx

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  9. Hello Donna, thanks so much for stopping by my nest, I had a fly around, and saw your first post you entered it in a challenge, love you just jumped in, you tags are fabulous, these atcs are freaking fantastic, you know how Love the corrugated, I know exactly what your saying, love the blue with all the rust, those blue keys are gorgeous, so many textures and wonderful mixtures of colors good luck with those challenges I think they are winners, thanks for sharing all this wonderful inspiration, have a wonderful week...

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  10. Great pop of colour hidden within the vintage colours, fantastic idea. Amazing ATC's, they have so many layers and textures, they are fantastic :-) xxx

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  11. Three times fabulous! Love these ATC's and all the texture and so clever to add the hangers! Enjoy!

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  12. These are brilliant Donna, love the clockwork keys and all the lovely texture
    Love
    Amanda x

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  13. What a great design with the cardboard base and the vibrantly colored clock keys and gears!

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  14. Wow! What glrorious ATCs! Thanks so much for entering them in the That's Crafty! challenge.

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  15. These are great ATC's really quirky and creative x Thanks for joining us at A Vintage Journey xTrace x

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  16. Fabulous trio of ATCs Donna - I love the vibrant clock keys against the rest of the collage on each of them. Thank you for joining us at A Vintage Journey for our ATC challenge. Jennie

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  17. Scrumptious textures throughout - especially on the corrugated backgrounds - and I love the hit of verdigris on the clock keys - brilliant trio! Thanks so much for joining us on A Vintage Journey.
    Alison xx

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  18. Loving you ATC's, what great lay outs. Must start to follow you.
    Julie x

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  19. Brillinat atcs Donna filled with fabulous details and elements. Nicola x

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave me a comment,it's really appreciated.

Donna.x