Lucky Seven Project by Debbie Metti

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To begin, cut a piece of 140 lb.coldpress watercolor paper into 3-½" by 2-½" pieces for the base for each ATC. Paint ATC base with Lumiere paints and allow to dry. Stamp image (Stampers Anonymous) with black ink. The first card shows this base, which was created in multiples to be used as the base for an ATC series. The finished card shows a wash of Quinacridone Gold applied to part of this background to "age" the color and give added interest to the card surface. Apply the Quinacridone Gold to a plastic game piece, let dry, and glue to card using Regular Gel Matte as the glue. Weight this down to dry. Embellish card with letters and numbers from Copper Alphabet Tiles. Glue a faux gem to the game piece, and a type key sticker to the lower corner of the card. Cover the sticker with a Medium Circle Blank Page Pebble for added dimension.

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To begin, cut a piece of 140 lb.coldpress watercolor paper into 3-½" by 2-½" pieces for the base for each ATC. Paint ATC base with Lumiere paints and allow to dry. Stamp image (Stampers Anonymous) with black ink. The first card shows this base, which was created in multiples to be used as the base for an ATC series. The finished card shows a wash of Quinacridone Gold applied to part of this background to "age" the color and give added interest to the card surface. Apply the Quinacridone Gold to a plastic game piece, let dry, and glue to card using Regular Gel Matte as the glue. Weight this down to dry. Embellish card with letters and numbers from Copper Alphabet Tiles. Glue a faux gem to the game piece, and a type key sticker to the lower corner of the card. Cover the sticker with a Medium Circle Blank Page Pebble for added dimension.

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