Here I am, sliding in to the Haunted Design House Macabre Monday Challenge just as they close the doors...
It's Chunky ATC time, and I have to admit it's something I've never tried before. For other CATC newbies, the idea is that your ATC is normal size (2.5 by 3.5 inches) but is 1.5 inches thick. It can be a solid chunk of wood, layers of card or other surface, or an open box, and it's the open box format I've used.
I made my ATC from chipboard that I'd applied a weathered wood technique (learned from Andy Skinner's Timeworn Techniques workshop). ATC's, even chunky ones, are great for using up scraps left over from other projects. The outside of the box I covered with some black card that I'd coated with Viva Ferro paints, again left over from another item.
And there, at the 11th hour, is my entry. Hope you like it. Thanks for visiting - please call again!