Thursday, June 6, 2013

MPC Totally Tags n' ATC's Using wire


Good morning, 
Suzanne of Cricut Crafting Grammy. We are back on Thursdays to explore different themes, elements, techniques or embellishments. This week we are using wire on our tags and ATC's. There is no restriction on what tools are used to create these tags or ATC's. It could be a die cut machine, punches, stamps, etc. The sky is the limit. However if the Design Team uses Digis or SVG's they will be from Paper Crafting World. As a side note, if you don't know what an ATC card is, we have a definition at the bottom of our post.

I hope you will join us each Thursday here at My Paper Crafting for 
Totally Tags n' ATC's.


I have recently taken two classes using Tim Holtz ink at my LSS so I decided it was time to use some of the techniques I had learned.  I added wire from my garage. 

                                                  





                                                                     








5 comments:

  1. What a fun technique on this tag! So cool looking! :)

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  2. I will be checking out that ATC definition as I don't really know exactly what they are! This is a really cool tag, and I like the garage shopping for your wire! Totally cool, and a nice touch on your card. Thanks for becoming a follower. See you soon. TFS

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  3. Cool tag Suz! I love the inking techniques and love the winged hearts as well as the sentiment! How cool that you went shopping in your garage for the wire to add to this tag! Such a cool tag!!!

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  4. Great combination and placement of Inks and Stamps - Fun, isn't it??!! And 'garage wire' ?!? Of course. Cool Tag! ;-}
    Lynden

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  5. Great tag! I love all the different inks used :)

    ~Sheena

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