Sunday, 2 July 2017

How To Create Frightfully Good Mixed Media ATCS With RSD

Hello all

I have a few lively ATCs or Artist Trading Cards to share with you today. I usually put the skully stuff on my dark blog but these aren't as scary. These are available from Rick's Zibbit shop here 

I created the backgrounds with a Gelli Plate and a brayer to get a distressed effect. I then used a mini stencil and applied brusho powders over the top.

I used my Hearty Doodles set to add the textures and then added white thread to the center.

The skulls are coloured in with Brusho powders and i went over some of the details with a white uniball pen.

There is more inspiration over on the Rick St Dennis group and we have an ATC swap going on so if you would like the chance to have one of these sent to you then pop in and join up


  1. These are frightfully fabulous Katie, love them! Creative Blessings, Tracy x

  2. Hi Katie they are amazing. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  3. These are fabulous Katie, love the textures and wonderful colours.
    Linda xxx

  4. Fun ATC's, love that pop of orange. Tracy x

  5. These are stunning Katie, fabulous textures. Cathy x

  6. Whilst these are definitely not my cup of tea, they are frightfully fabulous ATCs- love the delicious colours!!

  7. Amazing project Katie - love the backgrounds you've created. Shabneez x

  8. Fabulous ATC set -love the skulls and great Brusho backgrounds
    Carol x

  9. EEEK!! You know I just LOVE skulls. These are totally awesome