Wednesday, 12 May 2021

Guesting over at ATSM!

 Good evening. It's just like old times posting at this time but I'm only the GD over at ATSM for their latest challenge. Here's my card.



This card has been made using the Uniko Wonky Stripes stencil and some stamped, coloured and die cut foliage and flowers from the Uniko's Originally Organic Additions, stamps and matching dies.
It's part of a group of cards that will be making an appearance a little later on today!
Using a selection of DIs, I inked through the stencil onto a panel of white card, blending them into a rainbow then put to one side.
From some scrap white card, I cut the flowers and leaves before stamping the outlines and colouring with Copic markers. I use a homemade die cut jig to place the cut elements into so that I can rapidly stamp the small elements with my MISTI.
I'm really trying to use up all my odds and ends of card this year to eek out my dwindling supplies. I'm hoping to get out and replenish my white cardstock very soon but it's been needs must during lockdown! So I looked through my stash and selected some off cuts of linen effect card and created two panels. 
I cut my A6 stenciled panel in half and glued it to a scrap of white copy paper from which I had cut 1cm from one long and one short side. This allows a border to show around my finished panel. The two panels of linen effect card were a little too narrow for my taste, so I added a couple of strips of gold mirror card to each side and glued them all down, trimming away excess. 
The leaf sprigs and flowers were arranged over the stenciled panel, a black and gold sentiment strip added and the finished panel popped up over a linen effect A6 top fold card on pads.
For more inspiration from the ATSM team please check out the ATSM blog.
So that's all from me for the moment but please pop back in a few hours for some more Uniko inspiration!

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11 comments:

  1. Love this! The striped panel is fun, and looks great with the gold backing panel and the pretty floral. From this relative ATSM newby, great to see you guesting!

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  2. What a pretty card! Love the bit of gold!

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  3. Good to have you back Julie - and with such a lovely card. Those flowers are so pretty and look so good against the stenciled panel. Great way to use up scraps too - it's good to hear that the Port Sunlight show may be coming back!
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  4. How clever to keep and use up all your offcuts. I love this the wonderful rainbow stripes and the gold strips are a fantastic finishing off detail. Thanks for joining us at CAS Mix Up this month xx

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  5. I do love a rainbow Julie!! Fab stencilling again x

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  6. I love these stenciled stripes with the gold border, Julie! The die cut flowers are so pretty in white and show beautifully against the stenciled background!

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  7. LOVE your wonky stripes in rainbow colors, panel...Julie. Perfect for your beautiful die cut flowers. So pleased you joined us at CAS Mix Up. Hugs..Nancy

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  8. The wonky strips are so cool, Jules! Love them in the rainbow colours. Beautiful flowers on top! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous Julie! Love how you combined the wonky strips stencil together with the originally organic additions set. The linen card stock together with the gold borders make the card even more delicate. Thanks for being such a wonderful guest designer.

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  10. Beautiful card Julie, love the rainbow ink blended wonky stripes teamed with the sweet flowers. Thanks for joining us at CAS Mix Up this month!

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