Don't have a lot of time today....So sharing this quickly :)

This is going to be a rather quick post but I just wanted to share another fantastic ATC I created for this Month of July.

Loving the time theme chosen over at Scrap With Us. This is one of my favourites, love themes that make you think 'outside the box'! 

Check them out!! 




I used Dylusion sprays (Postbox Red and Black Marble) for the broken hearts and Black Soot Distress Ink Pad to darken the edges. The heart is stamped, a KaiserCraft stamp (Tic Toc). I used book paper to create both the background and the heart of the ATC. Lots of distressing and a fitting quote: Time Heals Most Wounds.


Challenges:I will be entering this into the Stampotique Designers Recycle It Challenge as I recylced book paper.  In fact, I now have a very large book collection that I keep for scrapbooking/crafting purposes and should think about crafty ways that I can use this (free) book paper more.
 
ARTastic - Black & White and predominantly one other colour

Thanks for stopping by :)

Happy Crafting! 


 Samantha

Comments

  1. Brilliant Sam, great recycling and I LOVE atc's!!
    Thanks for joining in with us at Stampotique this week :)

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  2. Black White and Red is such a great combination. Thank you for joining us on ARTastic this month.

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  3. Wow, terrific work here Sam...love this gorgeous ATC. And I do love B & W & red...yes, sure do!
    Thank you for playing along with us at ARTastic!

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  4. A fantastic work of art. Thank you for joining in on our July challenge over at ARTastic
    :)

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  5. Beautiful ATC! Thanks for playing at ARTastic with us.

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  6. I love this Sam! The vibrancy and drama that you have managed to achieve on an ATC is fantastic. Thank you for joining us at ARTastic this month.

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  7. This is great artwork! (can't imagine sending that as a card to anyone though). The red and the black and the white look great together. This is why I can't use my red glimmermist. It always looks like blood!

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  8. Such a lot of detail in such a small space Sam. Love the colour combo. Thanks for sharing with us at ARTastic.

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous! Love this =) Thanks for joining in at ARTastic =)

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  10. Love everything about this!!! Thanks for playing along at ARTastic!

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