It's time for sharing for my bi-monthly ATC swap! I'm lucky enough to be in a fabulous ATC swap group with some friends from Connecticut, and this month's theme / kit was called Of Mystery & Magick. It was such a fabulous kit! I was really swamped... holidays, some family stuff, assignments, my actual full-time job... so I almost just gave up and didn't send mine in this month, but I loved the kit and theme so much that I pushed through and finished them!
Here are all of my cards that I sent in to swap:
Can you tell this kit and theme were right up my alley? So much fun! Here are close-ups, of course.
Below left is fun patterned paper from the kit, gold foil washi tape, trim and sticky rhinestones, and the sun kind of thing was cut from some really cool fabric paper in the kit. Right is more fabric paper background and more images cut from fabric paper. I loved the little applique thing kind of like a halo. Woodgrain star sequins and glitter glue in the background.
Next, below left I painted the background gold, more cut-out fabric paper, gold foil washi tape, glitter tape along the bottom, glitter glue in the background, and some fun jewels and findings stuck on. Below right, patterned paper background, more foil washi tape, the waves are another sheet of awesome fabric paper, then more glitter tape, findings, rhinestones, and glitter glue.
In the kit I had some little sun and moon charms, so I thought it would be cool to do Sun, Moon, and Stars cards and I added some metal star stickers from my stash.
Below left, I stenciled in the background with my Decorative Medallion stencil then traced it with red glitter glue. The border is done with a Fiskars / Jenni Bowlin border punch on red foil paper, then added trim and charms. Middle, fabric paper background, more border punches (Fiskars, silver foil paper,) more gold washi tape, trim, charms. Below right, fabric paper background, another Fiskars border punch in gold foil, more washi tape and glitter glue. The stars are from a set of fairly new Theresa Collins embellishments.
Here are the last two cards:
I used some fun sequins from the kit to make a sort of halo along with jewels and half a brass finding. Glitter glue in her hair, stenciling on gold foil paper in the background. (I used my Decorative 6-Petal Flower Screen stencil.)
Last but not least, gold foil paper background from the kit, some foil washi tape (from a set I found at Target,) waves cut from fabric paper, jewel crown (Say it in Crystals from Prima,) and then the bird is from the kit.
The swap is tomorrow... I can't wait to see which cards I get back and to find out what the next theme is!