As I needed to stay out of his way, I made some ATCs from the ice cream tub that has bits and pieces in it that didn't quite work for another project or weren't quite right. Also, I have bought images from http://www.lisasalteredart.com/ and will sit and cut them out when I'm watching TV and add them to the tub.
So, in no particular order, we have:
It Was Her Destiny - leftover piece of Glimmer Misted paper that I decided to emboss with a Cuttlebug paisley folder. I added a painted Bella image that I bought in a batch of images from Ebay, mounted it on a scrap of cardstock and added left-over flowers punched from scraps. Message was from a page of one-liners from Lisa's Altered Art.
Hoot - background was a reject experiment: Glimmer Misted background with a Clarity Stamp from stamp of the month stamped on it, repeatedly clear embossed to make a thick, cracked glaze. Owl was clear embossed using assorted pigment inks to give him shading, he was a try-out for Mum's birthday card. Leftover Hallowe'en ribbon and some brads finished this off.
Autumn - a spare Willow with hot chocolate (Whiff of Joy) painted image was mounted in front of an oval I cut from a Glimmer Misted tree scene that didn't quite work (Elusive Images stamp). Buttons were bought nearly a year ago, ribbon from my stamping "sister" Janet.
Odd Man Out - experimenting with the Paper Artsy stamps I got for renewing my Craft Stamper subscription. French script gold-embossed on bronze paper, image of man and pen decoupaged on beige cardstock, torn around the edges. The ribbon that doesn't show up well is Laura Ashley, the other is from Janet again. Sentiment from Lisa, as before.
Chocolat - same background as Destiny. The oval image is from an Obsession Impression stamp set, I spent ages colouring and glittering it to decided I didn't like the colours I used! The Hotel Chocolat ribbon is from Christmas chocolates, the flower ribbon behind I bought on sale in the US last summer and the little flowers came from my DH for Christmas.
In the bag - I spent ages last year masking off a white margin and brayering over Versamarked handbags (Hero Arts stamp) only to reject it for whatever project I had in mind. I think the Clarity stamp handbag was from the same project. I combined them with the image and message from Lisa and at last they worked! Used Stickles around the margin.
Lesson learned: sometimes a part-made, reject project needs to mature. When in doubt, put it away for another day :). Until of course you are disappearing under a landslide of paper!