My second ATC. This one is a bit different from any other that I've done. The white layer is adhered to the Rose Red layer and then that is raised off the black layer. But that's not why it's different.
This was made using the largest image in the new Fresh Cut stamp set. It is a block measuring about 3.25" square. It is a collage type stamp. I used a portion of it here in this ATC. I used Stampin' Write markers to color in the various parts of the image. I thought there was too much white space, so I used the leaf flourish from the set to stamp in the middle with Rose Red. I'm not sure how much I like this ATC, but I thought I'd try something different (for me anyway). My cards and ATCs usually focus on one image and then "fancied" up around it.
You can see that I've distressed the edges on this ATC too. I can't help it. Ever feel like your card is naked if you don't have something particular on it? Well, for me it's distressing. lolHere's the recipe for this ATC:
Stamps: Fresh Cut
Cardstock: Basic Black, Rose Red, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: Stampin' Write Makers: Rose Red, Orchid Opulence, Mellow Moss; Rhinestone Brad, Dimensionals
Ribbon: Mellow Moss Grosgrain
Tools: Distresser Tool
If you have any questions about this ATC, feel free to contact me at Michelle@stampworkshop.com