Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The Art Journey

This month at the All Things Tim Yahoo Group, the ATC swap challenge is to use Tim's technique for Blended Spritz & Flick. This week also marks the beginning of Studio L3'S Compendium of Curiosities II Challenges. The challenge this week is "custom foam stamps", and is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp. If you haven't gotten your autographed copy of CCII yet, you can order one on Tim's new blog. What a blog! It looks awesome...so Tim!

I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!



15 comments:

  1. Great colours in your backgrounds, fab atc s! Hugs trace x

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  2. These are great, I love the background.

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  3. Great ATC Anita! I love your colour scheme and that road is absolutely brilliant - I really love it! The background is wonderful - you pack so much detail into a small space and the perspective is so good xx

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  4. Love the gorgeous backgrounds on your great ATCs!

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  5. I love your ATC's Anita! Those backgrounds are fabulous!

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  6. What gorgeous ATC's, Anita. The background is so CC101 and absolutely wonderful.

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  7. Very gorgeous ATC's! Love the blend sprits and flick technique very much! And the technique of cc is also amazing!

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  8. Fantastic ATCs!

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  9. Very cool backgrounds for those fabulous ATC's! Love those tire tracks and I have so wanted to pull that set out and play! So meant for that old jalopy!

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  10. Anita, they are fantastic!!! The jalopy image is awesome for this technique, and you did such a great job-- the tire tracks are brilliant! Love the colors, too. I'm so happy you're helping launch the new challenge series !!!

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  11. I love your ATCs. They look great!!! <3 Candy

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  12. Stunning ATCs, this die makes a marvellous stamp
    Sophie x

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  13. Oh my gosh, these are awesome, Anita! Love them!!

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