There's the frankly malevolent-looking Phineas Pinchbeck, offering up his clocks to the satirically appropriate clients.
Master Squaretoe's Continuous Lunch sounds just the ticket for a queasy stomach (in the sense of you ending up with one, rather than it being a cure!).
The ATCs themselves are pretty simple, as I think these advertising images pretty much sell themselves. I started with some ink on the craft mat - Pumice Stone, a hint of Vintage Photo and a few spritzes of Heirloom Gold Perfect Pearls spray, which adds a lovely metallic touch.
I stamped the images in Jet Black Archival, and used a blending tool to add plenty more Vintage Photo. I also stamped the Artistic Stamper Mini Polka Dot Background in Sepia Archival.
There are some Tim Holtz Remnant Rub flourishes around the edges, and a dusting of gesso for some extra highlighting and texture.
And finally each of our tempters got his own little bit of metal embellishing: a clock for the Professor...
... some gears to keep the digestive system churning for the duration of the Continuous Lunch...
... and Mr Pinchbeck clearly deserves to be labelled Unique with an Idea-ology Muse Token.
So that's my historical advertising trio for you today. Hope you don't get tempted into anything unwise! Mind you, there's still a week to join our In The Garden challenge and while you don't have to use Artistic Stamper stamps to join in, if you do you get two entries into the draw... so you might want to go stamp shopping!! Thanks so much for stopping by, and I'll see you again soon.
Artistic Stamper stamps - Phineas Pinchbeck, Squaretoe's Continuous Lunch, Goose Grease, Mini Polka Dot Background
Idea-ology Remnant Rubs Elements
Idea-ology Muse Tokens
Distress Inks - Pumice Stone, Vintage Photo
Perfect Pearls Mist - Heirloom Gold