Thursday, October 6, 2011

G technique ATC

This is for our ongoing alphabet of technique ATC swaps we're doing on ArtVentures group.
 I decided to make a grunge flower for my main theme of the ATC. Stamped flourishes with dark red StazOn ink on the Gesso Chic background on grunge paper, let the ink dry, colored the back with honey Distress ink and cut out the larger petal shapes.
 Took one of the Glimmering Rainbows (on glossy paper) and one of the  Glimmering Rainbows on Grunge Paper backgrounds and stamped flourish image with Copper Metallic StazOn ink, and let it dry. Glued the glossy sheet to the back of the grunge paper one and cut out the smaller petal shapes.
Used Lightening black Brilliance ink to color the edges of the petals. Curled the petals and layered the smaller petals over the larger petals, then glued a Glue Embellishment to the center. I colored the glue embellishments with black alcohol ink, the coated with silver and gold Metal Rub-Ons.
For the background, used the Glowing Pastels/Chalk background, with a heavy hand colored the edges with the Lightening Black Brilliance ink.
Attached the grunge flower to the background, punched out small circles from the Glimmering Rainbows on Grunge Paper and glued to the background.
Hope the other swappers will be glad to get this galore of "g" techniques ATC.

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