Thursday, March 14, 2013

Goth Girl ATC

Today I have a project for you that I made for a challenge over at Fun With ATCs this will be my very first challenge over there, YAY! They have a challenge about every two weeks and I've been really wanting to take. For this challenge the theme is Gothic! 
I had some really cool gelli plate backgrounds that I did in black, red and white and decided to use those for my ATC. 



I decided to use this portion of the print


I edged the ATC with black soot distress ink. For my image I used the Stampotique goth Prom Queen  girl by artist Jill Penney & Daniel Torrente. I colored her with a combo of Pitt Pens and Distress Markers. I wrote my sentiment and cut it out and edged with black soot distress ink. 


I just love how the prom queen stands out in this wonderful background. 
Thanks for stopping by today! 

13 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous !! Thank you for sharing !!!

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  2. Well Claudine another great card. That's funny though, I say that all the time (to my family) to be annoying.

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  3. Completely fabulous! Love the experiments with the Gelli plate, and they've given you an amazing background for your wonderful Goth girl - love it! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Fun With ATCs.
    Alison x

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  4. Fabulous gelli use...gorgeous background! Love your colors!

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  5. Love it!!! I just adore those crazy stamps and you did a great job with her. The background is awesome too.

    I have an idea; why don't you cut your gelli plate in half and send the other side to me. :-) LOL

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  6. I like when you use that moody girl she works into any setting

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  7. Oooooh I love the background, the girl, AND the hilarious sentiment.

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  8. really loving the hexagon pattern! Lovely! Totally gothic!

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  9. very cool, I love how you have coloured the prom queen, she works brilliantly on the bg. Thanks for joining us at fun with atc's

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  10. Great work! Love those stampotique images anyway and the background is gorgeous. Thanks for joining us at Fun with ATCs. Suzanne

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