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Unicorn Love Artist Trading Card (ATC)

Updated: Sep 13, 2020


Hello everyone!! Thank you for stopping by to see what I am up to! This time around I really wanted to make an ATC, which for those of you who are asking what that is... its an Artist Trading Card. A super fun way to create something on a smaller scale to share with other artists.


First I took a piece of Bristol smooth paper and my oxide inks in Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Spun sugar, and Abandoned coral to blend a background, then flicked some water on top to add some interest and texture.


Next, I stamped out my images in a Copic safe ink, so I could play with my Copic Markers. I used C0, C1, C3, and C5 on my unicorn, RV00, RV02, RV04, RV06, and RV21 on the heart, R22, V04, RV11, RV09 on the Hair, and BG15 on the eyes of the heart. Added some foam tape to the back of the unicorn and stuck them down in the middle of the Atcs.


To finish up the ATC's I used glossy accents on the heart's eyes, Sparkle pen on the unicorn hair and horn, and added a few Moonshine sequins to add a little extra sparkle. If you would like to see the step by step video please watch the video below. You'll find all the supplies listed and linked below the video.





Thank you very much for stopping by, I cannot wait to have you back to see what I am up to next time!!


Supplies:


Strathmore Bristol Smooth Paper


Tim Holtz Oxide inks:


Worn Lipstick


Picked Raspberry


Spun Sugar


Abandoned Coral


Blending tool and foam


Brutus Monroe stamp of the month


Copic Markers:


C0


C1


C3


C5


BG15


R22


V04


RV00


RV02


RV04


RV06


RV09


RV11


RV21


Neenah Solar White 80lb Cardstock (50 pack)


Neenah Solar White 80lb Cardstock (25 pack)


SSS intense Black ink


Jewel tray


Crystal Katana


Mini Misti


Tim Holtz Glass media mat


Tim Holtz Distress sprayer


Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen


Glossy Accents


Gina K Connect Glue


SSS Moonshine sequins


Tim Holtz paper trimmer


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Brenda
Feb 03, 2020

Love this and the colors are beautiful you blended for the background. I enjoyed the video and you were very easy to listen to. You are doing a great job!!!

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