Friday, 1 June 2012

Atc and Fat Page for Crafting with Attitude DT


Heres how i made it !
I cut into rough tiny squares three different pieces of backing paper in browns and creams and attatched then to a piece of card with prit stick glue then used dark brown fineliner pen to create the stitched effect . I then coloured in the sewing machine image using a selection of my faithful promarkers . Next i added a metal button and dress embellishment to the left of the ATC and a button and string above the little sentiment in the bottom right corner , with a little cotton and string here and there to embelish a little bit ! x

The Fat Page

Heres how i made it !
I wanted to keep this Fat Page clean and simple and keep the focus on the DAD part of it .
I used a piece of backing paper from from my stash and attatched it a piece of card using double sided tape , i then added black and white gingham ribbon to the two top corners and accross the bottom . Next i coloured the dad topper in blue promarkers and fixed the two layers together using sticky foam pads to give a little depth , and finally to finish i added the sentiment to the bottom of the card again using sticky foam pads .

I hope that you like them and thanks for stopping by !


sue - aka bearhouse said...

fabulous fat page and gorgeous card. I love the colours and textures you have used. The stitched effect created with pen looks really great.
All the best

sparklingblackrose said...

Wow these are fab :-) Have a lovely weekend! Elaine-xxx-

Mrs O crafty blog said...

Fabulous Tina c up until 4 days ago I had no idea what a fat page was:-0 but I'm learning lol

she3655 said...

I Love them Tina, love the sewing one.....xx

she3655 said...

Love them Tina....xx

Kathryn said...

Both fabby but the patchwork one is my fave xx

emma goddard said...

brilliant projects Tina, love them xxx

Barbara said...

Great the background on the first one x

Linda said...

They are both fabulous Tina!!!

Linda xxx

Danie May said...

Two fabulous creations, I love the sewing themed card! xx

Claire Newcombe said...

Great designs, simple can sometimes be the best and most effective.

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