ATC Assistant Acetate Waterfall Card


Today i`m adding this waterfall card made using the

 ATC Assistant cd by Joanna Sheen

Although there are small atc waterfalls on the cd – the size of the atcs are prefect for larger waterfall cards

I love the green soft border design and used it as the base of each atc part and then printed the vase image on acetate and added using pinflair glue gel under the vase

The background paper was my first attempt at a backing paper using the MCS cd – which I made the image from Joanna`s cd into a JPeg then made the backing paper as a tile – copied it and made the second image faded to give a lighter effect

One thing I love about the ATC cd is the use of single images that you can make your own backing papers – this doesn`t need and graphics package can be done in just a word document

atc waterfall

To carry on the theme I added the acetate to the inside of the waterfall pulley – acetate has this clingy effect so with a little glue sits very well on the card

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Thanks for looking in today

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 your comments are always much appreciated – Suzanne

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10 thoughts on “ATC Assistant Acetate Waterfall Card

  1. Morning Suzanne-just love this one-it’s beautiful. I have MCS but don’t ever use it but this might just change my mind-TFS

  2. Absolutely stunning Suzanne, the colours are beautiful. I’ve so missed visiting your blog with being off line.

    Love Sheila xx

  3. Love your work. The layers & matting instruction really helped me understand getting it right. Mine always looked a bit off… Waterfalls are such great cards, Your idea of using atcs is really the greatest and you inspired me. Thanks ever so much.

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