Saturday, 31 January 2009

Challenge ATC's




I made these two ATC's for the sheer joy of crafting, and decided, although it's a bit late - to put them in two challenges -- Ice Blue Indian for TMTA and the Beeswax Valentine, which I had enormous fun making, for the Arty Girls challenge, which was just to make an ATC. The lady on the red ATC is a Crafty Individuals image and the Indian was a Joanna Sheen image - the metal tag saying is from Senti-Metals.
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15 comments:

Sue said...

Love them both Ed. You retrieved the iron then - lol. Seeing them has made my mind up what I'm doing tomorrow - lol.

Lynifyni said...

Ed, they are simply wonderful!! You should feel very satisfied with them! I just bought a melting pot and hope I can learn how to use beeswax and not burn anything down! :o) Lynn

Nancy said...

They are both so pretty. That beeswax one is really nice.

Kathy W said...

stunning!

Chloe Patricia said...

Ed - both beautiful, but I like blue Indian one better, not that I don't like the red lady one of course. Chloe Patricia

Christina said...

wow this is great! I love the life isn't straight I neeed to remember that.

Chrissy D said...

WOW! Beautiful, Ed! TFS!

kimic said...

Hi Ed,
Both your ATCs are very beautiful.
I will send you my ATC tomorrow, we have been away this week-end. I'm looking forward til get the one from you :-D

Rein said...

These are both wonderful.

Faye said...

Edna, both of these are beautiful. I admire artists who can use wax in their art. My dh thinks I might either get burned or burn something if I tried it.

Sandie R said...

I love both of these Edna and you would never know the Beeswax one was a first attempt.

Julie said...

Beautiful ATC !!!

Thanks for joining in with our ATC Challenge on Arty Girlz

Julie xx

Fiona Whitehead said...

Gorgeous ATC's Edna - I really like the Native American one - will have to check that out.

Julie's Crafty Corner said...

Beautiful Ed!

Julie

Sally said...

Both are very differnt but each is gorgeous! Love hte colours and images you used. Great work.