How to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC’s

Want to know How to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC’s? Well then you came to my blog on the perfect day! I’m sharing how I made two beautiful Quick Spring Elegance ATC’s using Calico Collage images and Rinea foil.

How to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC's

Loving these digital files by Calico Collage. Today I decided that these should be made into beautiful ATC cards.

For those that don’t know an ATC or Artist Trading Card is a work of art shared for free with others. These are 2.5 in. x 3.5 in. in size. Any medium can be used to make the ATC’s.

Here are the supplies used to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC’s
Pink Embossed Rinea Foil
Butterfly Die Purchased from eBay and used my Vagabond to cut.
Calico Collage Spring Elegance Digital Collage Sheet
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Picked Raspberry
Brutus Monroe Detail Ink
Pink Card stock
Dymo label maker with black label tape
Xyron Sticker Maker
Aleens White Glue

How to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC's

These Quick Spring Elegance ATC’s are easy to make.

Print the digital Calico Collage Spring Elegance Digital Collage Sheet, select two of the images. Cut from page. Edge with Brutus Monroe Detail Ink.

Cut Pink card stock at 2.5 in. x 3.5 in. in size. Go around the edge with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Picked Raspberry.

Die cut Butterfly Die from Pink Embossed Rinea Foil. I used my Tim Hotz Vagabond, but any die cutter will do the job. Place cut butterfly into Xyron Sticker Maker and make into a sticker.

Layer Digital Image onto pink card stock. Add Rinea Foil butterfly.

Use Dymo label maker with black label tape to make the words: Love, Adore. Place words in the center of each butterfly.

Here is a video of How to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC’s.

Now that you know How to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC’s, what will you do with yours? I may put one in a greeting card to surprise a friend. They can use it as a book mark or insert it into their Happy Planner.

How to make Quick Spring Elegance ATC's

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How to make a Let it Snow Greeting Card

Today it’s How to Make a Let it Snow greeting card. Featuring Rinea foil..

Using Spellbinders dies to cut the Rinea embossed foils – Blue, Light Blue and Silver. I made this beautiful but simple greeting card. This paper cuts easily with die cutting tools.

How to make a let it snow greetting card

If the Rinea paper was a little stiffer I could see cutting this snowflake into ornaments to hang in a window. So that both sides of the paper could be seen.

Also used in this project: Brutus Monroe Cornflower Mini Chalk Ink pad to stamp the PSX Snowflake stamp and to ink around the edges of the card.

True Turquoise and Denim Blue Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist was sprayed on the card topper.

The PSX snowflake was tamped in the cornflower ink. Then the Reina foil snowflakes were layered on top.

How to make a let it snow greetting card

The phrase “Let it Snow” is from Paper Studio and was stamped with Cornflower chalk ink on a scrap piece of paper. A crop a dial corner rounder in the quarter inch size was used to round the corners.

Here is a video of the whole process.

The Spellbinder dies made this card come together easily. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on How to make a Let it Snow Greeting Card.

How to make a let it snow greetting card

Please feel free to ask questions. I’ll be glad to help.