Quirky ATCs 2 – Stamping and Stencils (2 projects)

Hi everyone

I hope you are all ok.

Thank you to everyone who left comments on my last post.

I have another couple of ATCs along the same lines as the one on the previous post.  I am calling them ATCs but they could be card toppers.
I made them just for fun and to try out the new stencils.
I have used the CI Alice Palace stamps again on these.  I do love these stamps and really don’t use them as much as I would like to.

Florence Langley April CI stamps and Masks 008A900

I made these both in exactly the same way.

I base coated the base card with paint.
I then used the Dinky Stencils to create the pattern on the back ground.
I stamped the script/text and added the paint splatters.
The little characters were stamped onto white card stock, coloured, cut out and attached with glue.

Florence Langley April CI stamps and Masks 009AWxsm


The only difference with the one above is that I made the circles using paint and a pen top.

Crafty Individuals stamps used:

Penguins CI 392
Flower Heads CI 206
1893 Script CI 214
Words and Wishes CI 438
Uplifting Words CI 258
Dinky Stencils (link to the range that CI stock)

Crafty Individuals current challenge can be seen here

Thank you for looking

Have a great week.
Flo x


  1. lindasimpsoncraftypieceofheaven

    Just loving these ATC’s Florence, the penguins are brilliant and love the backgrounds.
    Linda xxx

  2. Gerrina

    Love the quirqy looks on these! And the sunny colours! I swap ATC’s in a group here in the Netherlands; it is fun, but sometimes I have difficulties to work that small… Hugs, Gerrina


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