Tuesday, December 20, 2011

All White ATC

Hello All and Happy Holidays! Before I begin my post subject, I would just like to tell you that last night I was scrolling through the Simon Says Stamp and Show's blog, and caught my name. I read through and realized that 13 days ago I won one of the top three blinkies for my Diva Christmas Tree! I was in shock, this being my first to win a challenge, especially when there are sooooo many other projects that are far superior to my piddly tree. I have my blinkie proudly displayed though. Wow! Thank you to all the SSSandS team. I really am deeply honored!

This month at the All Things Tim Yahoo Group, the theme for the Monthly ATC Swap was an All White ATC Christmas style. I was concerned. I have never done anything all one color...you know me! I had to email Sandy, the coordinator, and ask if a touch of silver was okay to accent with. She said yes...phew! I decided to make it into an ornament after I found some paper mache rectangle ornaments just a little bigger than an atc, for only $.50...what a bargain!
I die cut white cardstock and dotted ribbon with TH ATC die.
I attached the ribbon to the ATC with Glossy Accents.
I die cut mini reindeer from white cardstock and painted them with TH White Picket Fence Distress Crackle Paint. When dried, I heat embossed them with UTEE, and added wire ribbon around their necks.

I die cut mini trees using white glitter paper and painted them with TH Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint.

I painted the paper mache ornaments with TH White Picket Fence Distress Stain. Then I attached snowflake Tissue Tape to the sides and repainted with the stain.

I painted TH Christmas Sentiment Muse Tokens with Ranger Adirondack Paint Dabber in Snow Cap, then heat embossed them with UTEE. I also painted TH Memo Pins with the paint.


I slipped embossed paper with "North Pole" and an arrow into the memo pin, attached a star above the tree, added German foil lace, and a beaded snowflake to the ATC. I attached the ATC to the ornament, added a bow and token, and used Stickles to trim it out.


Supplies:
Vagabond Material Used- TH Alterations ATC & Corners and Snowflakes Texture Fade, Movers & Shapers Mini Pine Tree & Holly Set, and Mini Reindeer & 25 Set
Paper Used- Paper Mache Ornament; white cardstock from my stash; The Paper Studio Glittered Christmas Cardstock Pack; Celebrate It Wide Ribbon (white tulle with dots); 32 Degrees North Dresden Foil Lace in white; TH Tissue Tape in Tidings (snowflakes)
Coloration Used- TH Distress Stain in White Picket Fence; TH Distress Crackle Paint in White Picket Fence and Rock Candy; Ranger Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber in Snow Cap; TH Distress Stickles in Clear Rock Candy; Ranger Stickles in Silver
Embellishments Used- TH Idea-ology Muse Tokens Christmas and Memo Pins; Mark Richards Metals Silver Star; beaded snowflake (can't find packaging); white wire ribbon from my stash

12 comments:

  1. Oh my Anita, that is just stunning!!! I must give this a try myself, I have a few of those paper mache ornaments on my shelf begging to be decorated!

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  2. This is so pretty! You did an awesome job on them and wish I was in the swap so I could have gotten one of these beauties!

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  3. Gorgeous...your work has inspired me to give this a try. I love working with tulle and fabric. Now to get those movers and shapers! thanks for sharing.

    Martha (ATT)

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  4. Every time i gaze at your art i am captivated and awed. truly beautiful art.

    susan salyer

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  5. Absolutely stunning. I love the look of white on white.

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  6. These are great Anita, I love them. The all white theme is stunning.

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  7. They are awesome!

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  8. Beautiful! The white on white looks stunning!

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  9. So gorgeous! Thanks for sharing these with us!
    ~Re

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  10. Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing all the steps to make it, too!

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  11. Anita, this is truly beautiful!! Thanks for the inspiring ideas!!

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