Sunday, January 11, 2015

Sunday Inspiration

 Good morning and welcome to a new day of Smudgy Inspiration and my first post as part of the DT.
I will warn you now this is an image heavy post and I hope you will indulge me. I decided to create a set of ATC's and a Booklet to house them in using Teri's fabulous new Digi  image set GrandMaster. The images are based on chess pieces, but skully just how I like them. I coloured up the images with my copics, scanned them into photoshop and added them to a background created with Rick St Dennis Morte Common Grave Digital Stamp. Printed them off and attached to an ATC base cut from mountboard as I find this a much sturdier substrate than cardstock.

                                                     Front and back Covers of Booklet.
The covers were created using mountboard and the same background design applied as the ATC's. A Spellbinders die cut in black 300gsm cardstock was used to adorn the covers back and front.
Skully King Piece.
                                                             Skully Queen Piece.
Skully Bishop Piece.
                                                                   Skully Pawn Piece.

                                                                    Skully Rook Piece.

                                                                  Skully Knight Piece.

                                                                  All Six ATC'S Grouped.
Thanks for hangin in there with me. Don't forget to keep those entries coming in for this months Anything Goes Challenge over at Smeared Ink.


  1. Oh wow! I love this set! Fabulous idea and love the new images! mo x

  2. Brilliant set! Great images - definitely on my wishlist!

  3. Really beautiful images, love your colors. The book is amazing. Thanks for the how-to.

  4. Congrats on the new DT. Great work as ever

  5. Congratulations on your new DT position. You will be an asset here as on others. Fab project xxx

  6. Hi, wow this is absolutely stunning. Love the atc set and the book to house them in.

    Hugs Erin xx

  7. A huge congrats, Fiona, but no suprise. Your projects are always amazing and this is no exception. LOVE that set and have already nabbed it. Great cover to your book, as well. xxD