Chunky wood ATC for DT Throwdown!

Hello Crafty Friends,

This month’s challenge for the DT Throwdown is Chunky ATC!

Smeared and Smudge hosts a challenge for different DT groups. Then people vote on the team they like most and one team wins. The prize is a killer looking badge created by Tori the co owner of Smeared Ink.

If you are a DT and would like your DTs entered into the challenge then CLICK ME!

The themes are chosen by the former winning team. Last month Haunted Design House won; and they chose Chunky ATCs.

I bought a wood ATC kit at Sparkle N Sprinkle when I was doing the Scrapbook store Hop w/ my step-mom a few months ago, so I was ready for this challenge. I did enjoy making my Chunky ATC!

Chunky-ATC-KitNow on with the show… here is my Chunky ATC:


Chunky-ATC-side-twoChunky-ATC-end-twoChunky-ATC-end-oneThe 2 charms (Bone saw and Eiffel Tower) in this photo, and the tiny light bulbs are from the Scrapbook store Hop, just don’t remember which store.

I first covered my wood block with an old pattern and Mod Podge.

I used the rubber stamp set “Quoth the Raven” by Smeared Ink’s Rubber Club.

I would love to know what you think of my Chunky ATC. Also please go and vote for your fav. team by going to this LINK! You do have to be a member of Smeared and Smudged to access the link.

Thank you for your visit and comments! Stay Crafty my Friends!







About KristyLee

Hi, my name is KristyLee, I live in sunny Florida. (Yes I do have alligators in my back yard.) I have a severe passion for all things crafty! I love to create and teach card/ craft making. I am a Founding Journey Coach #55 with a paper crafting company called "Fun Stampers Journey." I am also a distributor for "Young Living," I love using and informing others to the benefits of Essential Oils. I have just taken on a new path in my Life Journey. I have signed up to be an Independent Rep for "Agnes & Dora." I think adding fashion to my list of activities is right for me. I have always been interested in Fashion. I believe that fashion and trends coincide with my passion for crafting. I love to make other people feel good, and feel good about themselves. I served in the US Navy, and now a veteran. I have a degree in Medical coding and billing. My personality can be summed up as: funny, quirky, opinionated, creative, loving, stubborn, and loyal. My FSJ website is Check me out on Facebook here Thank you for your visit into my world, and looking at art and fashion through my eyes. May God Bless you and yours! Stay Healthy and Crafty my Friends! And always Enjoy the Journey!
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9 Responses to Chunky wood ATC for DT Throwdown!

  1. LOVE it! I didn’t realize they made chunky ATC kits! Cool! I just got a bunch of mixed crap from the garage next door (they’re getting ready to sell their house), and I got all kinds of diodes, and washers, and bulbs and stuff just like you used! I hope you enter this in the current HDH challenge as well. Hugs!

  2. Croms says:

    awesome work Kristy, Love the little electronics board on the side – just ready to turn on those lights. Mary Shelley comes to mind as well as The obvious Mr Poe when looking at this xxxx

  3. LOVE it, Kristy! Still drinking in all the fabulous details. My first thought was Poe, too. Your execution is just amazing. xxD

  4. susan salyer says:

    wow I am still staring at it but had to stop to comment. This is are so creative..wonderful! awesome Poe! awesome project!
    susan s

  5. Very Steampunky cool-love all the textures-amazing how far one can take that small piece of wood eh? Good LUck

  6. Sherry says:

    Love Love Love This Kristy You Rock Dark Lol. Love All Your Projects .. 🙂

  7. Monique says:

    Wow Kristy. It is so very awesome. Never knew they had these kind of kits
    Love whst you made out of it

  8. Laura B. says:

    This is so cool! I love all of your embellishments. It’s good to know that these kits exist.:)

  9. Matney says:

    WOW! What a great project. I did not even know what a Chunky ATC was, let alone that they sold kits! Each side is done so well and the details you did are amazing!

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