Sunday, September 10, 2017

How to make ATC'S with bling the quick and easy way

Hello and welcome to the blog today. Linda Israel here to share How to make ATC'S with bling the quick and easy way. When creating art it should be easy to apply bling. Using ScraPerfect Embellie Gellie makes it a breeze.



This project came about because I'm making cards to go inside a junk journal. But I wanted some with bling to add some dimension. Picking up those little rhinestones and gems can be hard to do with fingers, but using the Embellie Gellie helps get the job done fast.

The foundation of the ATC (artist trading card) is white cardstock cut to 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches. Using ink I added color to the edges of both the foundation card and around the colorful image. The image is one from my stash.

After the ink was added I used my sewing machine to add a zig zag stitch around the card. Then I attached the metal tag with a pop dot after tying a little ribbon thorough the hole.

Let's add some bling, remove some of the Embellie Gellie from the package and roll it round the tip of the supplied stick. Now the tool it is ready to pick up your embellishment. In my case the tiny self adhesive bling.


Press the gem to your project, in my case the flower on the ATC.


Sit back and look how beautiful the bling is on your card.


Isn't that pretty and easy? Embellie Gellie is the quick pick-up tool for precisely placing small embellishments! Now that you know How to make ATC'S with bling the quick and easy way, what will you make?


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12 comments:

  1. This ATC is lovely! I adore the colors and your pin up image!

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    1. Thank you so very much. The image is from Calico Collage. Love her designs. :) Thanks for stopping by the blog today. :)

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  2. Coming over from Friendly Junk Journal People, but have to say that I use Embellie Gellie all the time for my tiny bling. It's indispensible!

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    1. Isn't this stuff awesome! I found it a few years ago and use it a lot. Thanks for stopping by the blog today. :)

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  3. Thanks Linda for the tip. Found about this from your post on Friendly Junk Journal People FB page.

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    1. You are very welcome. Thank you for stopping by the blog. :) Have an awesome rest of your day.

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  4. What a fun ATC! And I've never heard of Embellie Gellie, but I will definitely have to check it out. I like bling, but sometimes it's hard to do.

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    1. Thanks so much Julie. It's a handy product to have when working with tiny embellishments. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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    1. Thank you so very much Michelle. :) Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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  6. Thanks for sharing!...the ATC is beautiful!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Marianne. :) Thank you for your kind words as well. :)

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