May 3, 2017

Sugar Skull ATC's



Happy National Crafting month!
The Sin City Stamps Inspiration team and members of the Face Book Fan group have come together to show you some fun and inspirational idea's you can make with our stamps!

After you have checked out my quick ATC tutorial, be sure to visit the Sin City Blog for more idea's and enter for a chance to win one of many crafting prizes!
Enjoy and good luck!

 Supplies:
Sugar Skull Stamp Set
Dandelion Burst Background Stamp
Artist Trading Card  Rubber stamps
Patterned or painted cardstock cut into 2.5" x 3.5" pieces.= ATC's
White cardstock
Black ink
Acrylic block for stamping
Watercolors or pens for coloring
Embelleshments
Foam tape and adhesive
Scissors

 Stamp the ATC's  with the dandelion stamp.

Stamp the sugar skulls onto white cardstock, color in and cut out.
Stamp the back of the cards with a ATC stamp.

Adhere the embellishments with adhesive and the skulls with foam tape.

Have fun trading!

-Michelle
 


16 comments:

  1. Love these ATCs and love this stamp set

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  2. Fantastic, colourful work! Your dandelion bursts stamp is on my next Sin City shopping list.

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  3. Thank you for showing the process! Wonderful colors!

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  4. Wonderful ATCs - love the backgrounds - and the sugar skulls.

    Thanks for adding my make to the hop post - more details will be found on the featured post on my blog
    Susan
    Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

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  5. Great ATCs, love all the colors!

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  6. Always good to see the backs of things - and to have an orderly stamp :) Dandelions remind us we once were dust, to dust our flesh will blow away too :)

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  7. Those backgrounds are awesome!

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  8. I love these Michelle - skulls are the perfect size for atc's!!

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  9. Oooh, your backgrounds are yummy. My skulls came today so I look forward to playing with them. Hugz

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  10. I love the dandelion burst behind your sugar skulls, so cool! The sequins are such nice sparkle and joy. Thanks so much Michelle, this is so fun!
    ~kim

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  11. I love how you used the dandelion stamp in the background.

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