Have you heard of Artist Trading Blocks? These ATB’s are full of possibilities that let you create 3D! This 15 blog hop will show you just some of the possibilities.
How’d I make that ATB? It’s a die designed by Eileen Hull for Sizzix that will released in January. You can see more ATB’s on their website here.
It was so easy to use StencilGirl stencils on it since it is wonderfully flat. I put a random assortment of stencils all over it, added a touch of rubber stamping, and then white washed it all with gesso. Just a bit of doubled sided tape and it was a perfect cube.
Once I had the box finished I attached the body parts. The legs were made with another Sizzix die, the Garden Fairy. The head and arms were doll parts I’ve had in a drawer for too long. The ATB character needs a name. Love to hear your ideas!
This blog hop has awesome giveaways. One lucky winner will receive a Sizzix square box die (3 1/4″ block) designed by Eileen Hull, a package of matboard, Mary Beth Shaw’s NEW book Stencil Girl and (4) 4″ x 4″ stencils! Best part, you get 1 entry for every blog in the hop that you comment on by Friday, December 13th at 11:59PM Central Time.
Then there are more giveaways…I’ve got four 4×4 stencils from StencilGirl that I am giving away. It’s a surprise which four. I’ll draw randomly some time on Sunday so get your comments in before then. There might be other bonus giveaways so be sure to check out all the blogs in the hop!