Wednesday, June 11, 2014

She IS The Key

queenfullvlvs, alassiter Hello stampy friends! It's Amy  here, to share a layered and oversized ATC.  I'm not sure if that is something that has existed with a different name until now, but if not....I'm coining the term. ;)

I began with a regular ATC card, and layered on some copper and green paints. When those had dried, I stamped using the Waybill/Invoice Background, using Delicata Ink from IMAGINE Crafts in gold. I attached a couple of little banner die cut pieces from 7 Dots, using a stapler.
A few fibers were pretty easy to adhere to the back, using miracle tape.
When all of that was complete, I added the ATC to a vintage library card. I stamped the Flying Face Key on a piece of cream cardstock, using Memento Ink in tuxedo black. I fussy cut her out, and added her to the card using foam tape. queentop
I finished my layered oversized ATC by adding plenty of chipboard, metal embellishments (including an old house key I had back in college), other fun bits, and a piece of lace from a vintage doily. When I stood back and had a look, I was quite pleased with my lady...who doesn't just hold the key..she IS the key. I think that's a nice metaphor in life. BE the key to your dreams. Have a lovely day, and go stamp up something wonderful. ~Amy

 Supply List: Viva Las VegaStamps!: Waybill/Invoice Background, Flying Face
Adhesive: Miracle Tape (from VLVS!), Helmar, Tombow
Chipboard: UmWowStudio
 Paint: Folkart, Luminarte Silks
Ink: IMAGINE Crafts-Tsukineko
Paper/Stickers/Die cuts: 7 Dots Studio, Fab Scraps
Flower: Prima
Metal Clip: 7 Gypsies Metal Tab: Tim Holtz
Fibers: Vintage (Fab Scraps paper and Flower from Scraps of Darkness Kits)


Annie said...

She's wonderful paired with the real key! Love all your details and colors! said...

Thanks so much, Annie! :)

by belle said...

GAH!!! Love the layers!