Mix Match of Acrylics
And the magazine cover is....CLEAR SCRAPS!

Clear Scraps ATC Cards

Today I would like to share with you an ATC card that I created using  Clear Scraps ATC cards.  They come 4 to a package and let me tell ya the possabilites are endless.  You can emboss them, Die cut through them, Sew on them. Use alcohol inks, Staz-on and the list goes on.

ElisaK-ATC Adorable 1a

ElisaK-ATC Adorable 1b

Products used:
Clear Scraps ATC Card

Faber-Castell  Water Color Pencils

Gel Medium

Bazzill Flower

Vintage paper

Pearls

Vintage Lace

Sizzix Embossing folder (swiss dot)

Instructions:

  1. Emboss the Clear Scraps Acrylic ATC card in the Sizzix Embossing folder with protective coating still on.  Once embossed remove both sides of protective coating.
  2. Apply Gel Medium on top of the embossed dots and set aside to dry.
  3. Apply a small amount of color from your water color Pencil in your choice of color to the petals of the white flower
  4. Using a paintbrush or Water pen to apply water to your color to blend it once your done set aside to dry
  5. Apply a few different colors of Water Color Pencils to a piece of scrap paper and blend the colors together.  Once dry punch out some butterflies and embellish them with pearls.
  6. Using vellum spray adhesive apply it to an old vintage book page and place the back side of the ATC card to the book page.  Trim off extra paper.
  7. Embellish the top of your ATC card with the Flower, Butterflies, some vintage lace and a word that might describe your ATC Card. 

Thanks for looking and till Next time Happy Crafting...

Elisa Kammerdiener {my blog...PerpetualStew

Clear Scaps Designer

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