Sunday, 20 July 2014

Sing a Song ATC Challenge

I'm a bit delicate today following a fabulous evening out at a wedding do. So taking advantage of not really feeling like doing anything, despite the lovely sunshine, I thought I'd catch up with a bit of blogging.
Following my first stampotique ATC swap run by Nikki Woodward over on Stampotique Facebook page I just had to sign up for another.
This months theme was "Sing a Song" so we had to make song inspired ATC's using of course fabulous Stampotique stamps. We only had to make one to send but I had so many idea's running around my mind that I made 2 each for the people I was sending to. They have now all been recieved and shared on Facebook so I can now show them on my blog.
First song was "Play that Funky Music" - Wild Cherry
and he even spins round on his record.
2nd title was "Girls on film" - Duran Duran
3rd Song "The Lady is a Tramp" - Frank Sinatra
and finally Song number 4 "Dancing Queen" - Abba
Lots of different techniques and mediums on each ATC but all featuring a winderful character from Stampotique.
I sent them out housed in a little card
Simple card using a previously made gelli print
Tape stamp - Viva Las Vegas Stamps
sentiment - Indigoblu.
That was a fabulous swap and I received some fab ones in return, roll on Augusts swap.
Thanks for stopping by and see you soon
Amanda X


  1. Such fun designs especially love the Duran Duran one. I wasn't sure about stampotique stamps before but they are growing on me now :)

    Donna xx

  2. Your ATC's are wonderful. I love them all ! Inspirational !
    Corrie x

  3. Fantastic ATC's, great takes on the songs you chose.

  4. wow great ATC's!
    Groetjes Karin

  5. What a great array of ATCs, Amanda! You have me singing some old songs now! Nicely choreographed!

  6. They are just brilliant, Amanda - great interpretations of each song... Dancing Queen made me laugh out loud! And a fab wallet card to hold them all... Fabulous!
    Alison xx


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