Friday, October 23, 2015


This fortnight's technique is called Tiled ATC's because they look like tiled pictures with grout in between.  The grout is actually embossing powder and though this technique is a little fiddly, the effect is wonderful!  The tiles are labels that have been coloured with Distress Spray Stains or Distress Ink pads and then stamped onto with Black Stazon or black Ranger Archival Ink.  They are then attached to a sticky sheet of card stock (either JAC Paper or run through a Zyron machine to get the sticky card) and the labels are then attached.  Embossing powder is poured over the top and it will stick to the exposed sticky between the labels.  Heat and you have tiled atc's!  

"Good Chance"... (Twisted Citron and
Smoked Hickory ink pads)

"Editing"... (Chipped Sapphire, Broken China,
Tumbled Glass and Victorian Velvet ink pads)

"A fine art"... (Brusho's on this one!)

"Ranuncula"... (Peeled Paint, Picked Rasberry
and Barn Door ink pads)

"Haunting"... (Stormy Sky and Rusty
Hinge Distress Spray Stains)

"Intellectual"... (Crushed Olive and Rusty Hinge
Distress Spray Stains)

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