Thursday, 12 July 2007

Degrees of Red

These three ATCs are for a swap with the theme set as red. The stamp is from Elusivc Images.

They have all been stamped onto acetate using Stazon and have gold pentouch picking up the background pattern.

For the first 2 - I also stamped onto the white card with black Stazon and again using the same image but with a red ink pad to create a shadow image on the first one, for the background I dabbed a red cardinal petal point ink pad. On the second image smudged the ink over the lady to give her a little added colour.

On this one I applied alcohol inks Red pepper & cranberry to add depth to the background then overlaid it onto red mountboard.


Em's Blog said...

these are fab!

Kaz said...

WOW!! I will be bribing Gillian for one of these for sure, they are stunning Karin, love them.

Gillian said...

These are truly stunning karin, fab fab stamping :)

KraftyKitten said...

Karin.... wow, gorgeous, stunning, classy - I love these.

ilse said...


On the first and second of September, my friends and I, together with our Hobbyclub Retro, organise an exposition in the theme of ‘Travel around the world’.

But to make it a real ‘Travel around the world’, we ask your help. In our exposition we want to create a huge wall of ATC-cards. This is why we ask you: Who wants to trade ATC-cards with us?

The technique is completely free and if it’s possible, it would be nice if you would take your own country/region as your theme. It is not obliged to do this. We are happy with a little trade :-) The amount of ATC-cards can be chosen by yourself, and you will get the same amount in return.

If you want to help us, you can contact us on the following e-mailadresses: or

Hopefully we recieve some positive reactions and a wall of ATC-cards, wich we thank you for in advance.

With pleasant greetings,ilse

Seona said...

Truly fabulous!!!! x

Kaz said...

Karin I have nominated you for the Roclin Girl Blogger Award, details are on my blog. :o)

Kaz said...

that should be Rockin Girl. lol

Artylicious Glenda said...

wow, I've just found your blog and I LOVE what you've done with our stamps! Thank you so much for sharing these!

(from Elusive Images, totally biased of course!)

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