Postage Stamp Athon


Yes I am still on a mission to use up my scraps and stash!  And making some ATC's is a great way to do this.  Here's a few of the ones I made over the weekend for a Postage Stamp Trade Athon at ATC's For All.


Tribal Tortoise using one of my Gelli Plate Prints and old dictionary page
definition and white and black pen.


Under The Sea using one of my Gelli Plate Prints, Dark Room Door Stamps and a touch of Foil.


The Luck of the Irish using handmade paper background, collage images 
and Unity Stamps and a touch of Glitter

This ATC I am entering into the following challenges:-




The Bird's Have It! using yet another Gelli Plate Print, Music Paper,
Punches and Collage Images and White and Black Pen


Geisha's Garden using Handmade Paper Background, 
Inkadinkado Stamps and Collage Images


These were using up some old collage sheets I had printed, some left over pieces of some of my Gelli Prints, and some Handmade Backgrounds I made at a class I attended over a year ago.  And lastly some old postage stamps which there is an abundance of in our home.

I am linking this post to the March Gelli Print Party!


17 comments:

Nancy said...

Wow! These ATCs are so pretty. I love the variety and the bright colors.

Becky said...

wow, what colorful and beautiful ATC's.

Lizbethem said...

Wonderful original collage work. Love what you did with gelli plates (which I have yet to try).xx

Julie Gillespie said...

Love what you've done with your Gelli print pages...they are gorgeous!

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

Wonderful pieces with great design, love the gelli plate effects.

Fran said...

Fab, I love them all xxx

Tammy said...

Amazing ATC! Love the ones with the Asian influence! I love the color choices you used for each one!

Mrs O crafty blog said...

Fabulous ATC's I'm tempted to get a gelli plate Px

Wanda H said...

These are all Wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Julie Short said...

Oh Danie these are so pretty! I love them all but the undersea one is my favourite.
I can't wait to have a play with both the gelli plate and the Splash Inks.
Thank you for joining in at the Anything But A Card Challenge this time.

Lynn McAuley said...

Absolutely divine, Danie!! What remarkable beauty on these stunning ATCs!!

clare said...

i really love what you have done with your gelli plate prints.

Christy said...

These are beautiful!! :) Thanks for joining us at Anything But a Card this week!!! :) :)

Salla said...

Hi Danie, so nice to pop in to see your blog again! I really like all your ATCs with the gelli print backgrounds, The underwater one's my fave of them all -- I love the colorful fish postage stamp, the rubber stamped seaweed and everything about this card!

Paper rainbow said...

Love the combination of the stamps on top of your prints, very effective.

Dawn Mercedes said...

Danie! You're amazing! I love the idea of adding the postage stamps....

Do you need some for the US? I can save some and send some...

Carolyn Dube said...

Wonderful way to make ATC's- using up scraps and the stash. I always feel so good when I use up some of my stash! So glad you shared this with the Gelli Print Party!