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Note: I am a Design Team member for The Crafter’s Workshop; however, even though I use and love their products, all opinions are solely my own.
There is nothing I love more than making ATCs. They seriously are my go to when I need to create something. I just love working on small spaces and the 6×6 stencils are perfect for this!
I started to work on my background by covering the paper with Tissue Wrap Paper and then I slightly covered it with gesso. I set aside to dry as I was picking the design I wanted to use.
When the gesso was dry, I used watercolors to color my background. I used a lot of water and the gesso worked perfectly as resist.
When the background was dry, I used the first stencil to add some contrast. I used black ink with the foam applicator.
I then stitched around the ATC and then with modeling paste I added my focal point to each of the ATCs.
I let the modeling paste dry very well and with a yellow water color I added some to the design to tone the white down a little.
The last step was to add the sentiment, for this I used stickers.
Here’s a couple of photo of the finished project:
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed this easy project!
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team