Thursday 27 November 2014

Christmas ATB

Hello Everyone,
Shilpa here,
I've another inspiration project for our this month's Christmas Challenge.. I made Christmas ATB

Artistic stamper has wonderful sets of Christmas theme stamps and here, I tried to use as many I can :)
I cut out shape for Artist trading block with white card stock and kept it flat. Distressed the edges with Barn door and Vintage photo  Distress inks.

With other five white papers , I made panels to attach onto this ATB. 
Here, you will see,  I've used Pine Tree stamp and olive Archival Ink to get the image. Before that, I applied weathered wood and Iced spruce distress inks on that white square. I also used snowflakes stamp in the background.
I created small embellishment with Cute little Christmas Tree stamp from Christmas Greetings plate, Oval glass Cabochons and Oval Charm. I adhered it on flower. It is attached at the bottom corner.

Here, I've used Tic Tock Christmas Baubles stamp set . I stamped wordings first with Coffee Archival Ink. On another paper, I stamped baubles with Vermillion Archival ink, fussy cut them, applied Distressinks- Barn door and vintage photo at the edges and adhered them on this panel.

I stamped the snow scene with Victorian Christmas stamp set and Jet Black Archival Ink. Poinsettias are made with Cheery lynn die and Graphic 45 papers.

This Santa image is also from Victorian Christmas Stamp set which I stamped with Coffee Archival ink.

This is top view of ATB
some more pictures are here....

Thanks so much for stopping by today... don't forget to join our Christmas Challenge this month to win some fab stamps from Artistic stamper.

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Sid said...

A lovely decorated creation! Great creativity !

Astrid Maclean said...

Wonderful block and great use of those Christmas stamps!

Anonymous said...

Lovely Shilpa. You have captured the Christmas spirit from all sides. xox

Cocofolies said...

What a gorgeous ATB by Shilpa!!! Love this, and the Christmas stamps are gorgeous. Coco x

SD pooja said...

WHat a lovely ATB ! I loved how you have created each panel for sides n Top !

Suman Pandit said...

I loved the non-traditional colors you have used here, Shilpa, quite a contemporary look here :)

massofhair said...

Huge fan of ATB's Shilpa, your is stunning and am really liking your vintage colours :-) xxx

Anonymous said...

Fabulous ATB Shilpa ! Love the vintage style you've used. Sue C x

Words and Pictures said...

What a lovely ATB, Shilpa - I love the neutrals and naturals - that little village scene looks exquisite. Fabulous pale poinsettias too.
Alison xx

Kirsten said...

That's really lovely. said...

Lovely! Dee x