Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Scribbly Woman ATC by Alison Hall



Hi, it's Alison here, with my first guest designer piece for June. I've a Stampbord ATC to share with you today.



Alcohol Inks - Stream, Butterscotch & Cranberry
Scrap Paper
Stampbord Scratch Tool




1. Apply the three alcohol ink colours to the Stampbord ATC, using a felt applicator until   you get your desired effect.

2. Add a drip of alcohol blending solution, where you want the Scribbly Woman's face to be. Allow to dry thoroughly.

3. Stamp the Dina Wakley Scribbly Woman, using Jet Black Archival ink, & heat set with a heat gun. Use the ink pad to ink the edges & sides of the ATC, & heat set this too.

4. Use a tool to scratch some highlights on the image.

5. Stamp the words on scrap paper, cut them out, & glue to the ATC.

6. Finish off by adding a crystal gem choker to the Scribbly Woman.


Thanks for dropping by, 

Alison x


  1. Fabulous Alison!!! Love the background colors!!! ~Sophia

  2. Great to see stampboard being used, i have lots of 2 inch square shapes to play with, your ATC isvery beautiful.

    Great colours, not seen the scribbly face stamps before, not sure if this one is a tad scary lol.

    Fabtastic June project:-) xxx

  3. Thats brilliant Alison!!

  4. Fantastic, Alison!! I've not used Stampbord for ages!!

  5. The scratching on the stampboard is just right for the scribbly style of the stamp, Fab Alison!

  6. Beautifully made, Alison, and I am fascinated by your techniques and materials.

  7. A great ATC Alison, love the image.
    xxx Hazel.

  8. Absolutely love this creation - great use of Stampbord.

  9. Wow, what a brilliant ATC - amazing colours and the stamp looks great. Congrats on a fab guest spot, Alison!
    Alison xx

  10. Better late than never Alison! Your ATC is fantastic and so colourful Love it!
    Fliss xx


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