ATC Blog Hop!
Welcome back to the blog, crafty friends! Its Wednesday, which means that it is time for another INSPIRATION TEAM BLOG HOP! We have a list of links at the end of this post that will take you to each team member's blog posts for today. Make sure you visit each one to see what they have created!
Today's theme is ATCs! ATC stands for "Artist Trading Card". An artist trading card is a little 2.5"x3.5" card that you create on in your own style. Once finished, you can swap these cards with other artists, or simply give them away. Many artists choose to sign, date, and title the back of their cards, so the recipient can then collect ATCs from other artist friends and look back through them to remember where and when they got them! ATCs can be stored in baseball card binders, spinner racks, pocket pages, and any other creative way you think of! Here's a few examples of ATCs created with some Brutus Monroe items!
This ATC was created using the past Steampunk Inspiration Box. The edges were distressed and then some detail stitching added around the edges!
These last ATCs have a vintage Paris flair to them, and the Eiffel tower was stamped out from a now retired set from Brutus Monroe. The butterfly embellishments were stamped with BUTTERFLY 2.0 SET, and embossed in GILDED.
So now that we've given an idea of how fun ATCs can be, let's start hopping! Just click on the names below to visit the team's blog posts and see what they have created. Don't forget to leave them some love! Happy hopping!