“Clearly” Green + Purple!

Wednesday Stamper’s theme this week is to show how we use a combo of green and purple. I took 3 Clear Base ATCs from Ten Two Studios, coloured them with 2 shades of Alcohol inks + a little copper mixatives and then stamped part of the Crafty Individuals large Swirl on one corner, using Olive Green Stazon ink.

Once they were completely dry, I chose 6 small images from The Little Purple Things sheet and adhered one to the front and one behind each ATC clear base. A little embellishing and I have a set of pretty striking ATCs.

WS-ATCs

Here they are individually:

WS-ATC1

WS-ATC2

WS-ATC3

Note: Because of the clear ATCs being acrylic, I used gel medium to adhere my images. I like the possibilites these clear bases have… wonder what I can do with them next?! 😉

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11 Comments

  1. Sandy

     /  May 27, 2009

    Wow Rosie these are fabulous.
    Wonderful design. Love them all.

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  2. Fantastic works of art, Rosie. I have never seen the clear-based ATCs before. Are they acrylic? Are they too big for a pendant? I’m thinking the acrylic pieces could be made into some sort of jewelry, one of your many talents is jewelry, right? At any rate, these ATCs are beautiful as they are.
    Faye

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  3. Fabulous!!!

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  4. danisart

     /  May 27, 2009

    I also never swa this clear- based ATC!! Very inspire !!!! Great work

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  5. acrylic bases now that is interesting, all three ATCs look wonderful Rosie!

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  6. Wow, what an amazing set, fantastic, so different. Never heard of these clear bases before but you have used them to great effect, super!

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  7. They all are great, love the backgrounds.

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  8. So beautiful!! Gorgeous cards, Rosie!

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  9. amy

     /  May 28, 2009

    Fantastic..Love em’ ..great swirls too

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  10. Angela Sturm

     /  May 28, 2009

    Lovely ATCs, the material mix looks great !

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  11. Gorgeous!

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