Friday, September 2, 2011

Corrugated Card & Faux Leather atc's

The technique for this fortnight is corrugated card. Love how versatile and grungey this stuff is and how great it can be for masculine atc's or cards. We have it at Scraptivate in 12" x 12" sheets in both the kraft colour and white.

"Desire"... (I've used microbeads in the little channels of the corrugated card for this one)

"Smitten"... (This one has the edges and ridges embossed with silver embossing powder)

"Temptation"... (Just thought you might like to see a pic of my

"Voyeur"... (Self explanatory! Card painted with gesso, burnt umber light and silver)

The atc's below are from the last class I taught - Faux Leather.


"Flagrant"... (This one is almost identical to the one from the previous post but something I did differently with this class was show the girls how to put chipboard under the tape to create the depth. In this case, the chipboard corners from Collections.)

"Disobedient"... (Another similar one to last post though with the little squares that come from the same pack of chipboard corners...waste not, want not!)

"Contracted"... (A chipboard keyhole also from Collections wonderful chipboard products.)

More samples from the Corrugated card class in the next post.


Barb said...

ALL BRILLIANT!!!...but of course!...LOL

Jen Crossley said...

awesome as always Kelsey,you are the queen of techinque I still continue to state that

Lesley said...

Wow love your ATC's Kelsey. The Flagrant is beautiful but my eyes always wander to anything Asian.
I love the look of the micro beads between the corrugations. Mind of I snag that one? Gorgeous.