I chose to do a chunky ATC once again as it reminded me of a brick and as I was stamping buildings I thought it was quite appropriate. The ATC has been coloured with black soot distress stain and my image has been stamped in black archival ink onto a white ATC card and the edges have been coloured with black soot distress stain. I have added a layer of matt multi-medium over the top to give some protection from any marks. A placquette from Tim's Idea-ology completes the front of my ATC.
To the sides I have added a snippet of the image onto a piece of mountboard and clear embossed over the top to give some dimension.
The reverse of my ATC has more of the image stamped, again in black archival ink with a second placquette added for continuity.
I have added a lock and key to the top of my ATC from Maya Road, coloured with black soot distress stain and silver paint dabber. To complete I have added a vintage spool for a handle.
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