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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Stampotique Art Coins

Hi Everyone,

have you seen art coins yet? It the new thing to do - at least for me. I was not familiar with that until now...Stampotique has an art coin swap and mine went all the way to the Netherlands


I had so much fun making those. They are 2.5 inches in diameter - small, but hey pack a punch ;)
I used a background I made with my gelli plate. The little monsters are colored with Inktense and fussy cut. I also added some words to two of the coins.
All stamps are by Stampotique and the monsters are designed by Kira Nichols. The blah blah stamp you find HERE, the sentiment is  HERE.


Changed my background - which one do you like better?

Happy art coin making!

Linking up with:
Addicted to Stamps and More - anything goes
A Inky Mess - just for fun
Lost Coast to Designs - round and round

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11 comments:

Mac Mable said...

The recipient must have been thrilled with these fun coins. The white background makes the creations look like three coins...The blue background make them look like they have been stuck onto a blue card (which would look great sent as a card, I might add)....if that makes sense?? x

conil said...

Think the blue background makes the coins pop more and brings out all the details, which by the way, are incredible. As usual, the coloring is out of sight.

Sue said...

These are fabulous Cornelia, such fun, and I agree with MacMable, they would look great on a card. Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Lost Coast Designs, and have a very happy weekend, Sue xx

Ink Stained Roni said...

What darling little art coins - perfect for the Circles Challenge, thanks for joining in on the fun at Lost Coast Designs!

Aileen said...

They are fabulous, you always know how to draw our attention. Those monsters look so cool, exchange coins, what next. I love love them. Which background ,well for the coins the darker background looks better but who knows with the next, next thing you know it will be different colours for each card, then pearls and blooms and lamps and accessories lol. xx Aileen

ionabunny said...

I actually can't choose a favourite. They are just adorable. I love art coins and these are so cute. Thanks for joining the fun at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity. Hugz

papierelle said...

Sehr cool und süüüüß!!!

Laurie said...

these are so cute! love the bright colors and your monsters! thanks for joining the lost coast designs challenge!

Anita in France said...

Such cute monsters, Cornelia ... and so fun ... the detailing on these tiny works of art is brilliant! My first viewing of Art Coins ... and a super one! Think I prefer the first background ... the colours seem to pop off it better ... though I do like the drama of the deep blue! Hugs, Anita :)

Lori Warren said...

Love these monsters, Cornelia! The colors are fabulous! Thank you for participating in The Lost Coast Designs Portal to Creativity "Round and Round" Challenge!

Cathy said...

Thanks for joining the Lost Coast challenge. I love these Coins you made.