Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Lucky Black Cat ATC

A little diversion ! Saw the TMTA Lucky Signs challenge for this week and couldn't resist doing a lucky black cat card as my entry.

I used a white card as the base and cut this to size on the rotary trimmer. I then stamped a cat border stamp (Third Coast Designs) in black stazon at the bottom of the ATC. I then coloured the rest of the card with black soot & broken china Distress inks with cut'n'dry foam. Another swirl stamp (?) was used and stamped with dove grey Stazon and broken china Distress inks as shown.

The words were made from printed K & Co alphas and the word 'CAT' adhered onto a piece of mica sprayed card and stuck in place on foam pads in crossword style.

The 'Meow!' was also from Third Coast Designs and was stamped as shown with Versamark and heat embossed with seafoam white EP.

The ATC was finished by edging with Brilliance moonlight white ink and allowing to dry.

Sid xx

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  1. I'm not superstitious, but never thought of "black cats" as lucky....but this is a cute ATC

  2. Love how you layered your words - very clever!

  3. your atc is wonderful! (could the swirl stamp be from cherry pie?)
    happy new year, sid!

  4. Love it Sid, the black cats in a sort of slidey down at the bottom are great.

  5. Fab ATC! Love the wording!x

  6. oh wow love your blog and your creations.Thanks for stopping by my blog on the blog hop
    xxdebbie xxx

  7. I had a black cat that lived for 18 years...pretty lucky considering that as a house cat he was always escaping and going into the wild. Nice ATC. Happy New Year!

  8. That is cool! It is interesting that you consider black cats lucky. We have always heard they are bad luck where I live.
    Happy New Year.

  9. Great idea with the black cats, love the background colours

  10. Just love that little pussycat stamp!... fab ATCs

  11. fabulous Sid!
    love the black cat theme and the popped letter tiles!

    happy new year!
    Blessings, Maria


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