Thursday, March 5, 2009

Rubbernecker Challenge - ATC3



Yup, I made another ATC for the Rubbernecker blog challenge. LOL I promise this is my last post for tonight. I'll have more for you tomorrow and this weekend. Can you tell I had a very productive night last night?? :-)

For this one, I used a Rubbernecker silhouette image that I bought at one of their convention booths last year. I'm a sucker for gorgeous floral silhouette images. I stamped that with Peeled Paint distress ink, and let it dry.

I pulled out my Spanish Script backgrounder from Cornish Heritage Farms and inked it up with Broken China distress ink, then I used a tissue to wipe away the color on a diagonal line. That's how I got that little diagonal of script on the side of the ATC. It didn't look quite finished, so I used some swirls from CHF's Beautiful set to go along the side and bottom. I couldn't leave well enough alone, so I sponged Broken China distress ink all around the edges.

The tiny butterfly chipboard (Heidi Swapp minis) was painted with Picket Fence white crackle paint, and set aside to dry. After about an hour, it had dried and crackled (LOVE that!!!), and I smooshed it into a Spiced Marmalade inkpad so it would turn a cool orange-y color. This is my favorite ATC of the three I have posted today. :-)

7 comments:

Sherry Cheever said...

Another Beauty!

Kittie said...

HOlly, this is my favorite of the three. I love the script behind the silhouette and that darling butterfly.

Candy said...

Beautiful Holly!!

Shelly said...

Oh my, the layered images are fabo together. Nice ATC

Savor the Journey said...

Wow! This is wonderful, Holly!

I only made one ... now I'm feeling a bit "lazy"!

!Bev

broni (waterchild12) said...

Love this! It has all the elements to make it elegant and beautiful, yet it looks so crisp and clean. LOVE it!!!

Joan Ervin said...

WOWZER!!!!!! This is one fantabulous design, Missy!!! I love the script, flourishes, and silhouettes...looks sooo vintage and gorgeous!!!