How to Make Two Quick ATC's
Linda here to share How to Make Two Quick ATC's. Using the bicycle from Terry's Trains and the coordinating die set. Will also use Premium Chalk Ink to create a background.
If you haven't a clue what an ATC is I'll tell you. An ATC or Artist Trading Card is a 2.5 in. x 3.5 in. card that is traded or given away. The idea is to share art with others. Artists decided back in the 90's to make small works of art to share for free. These ATC's have become a great way to share artwork all around the world.
For today's project the following items were used:
Terry's Trains and Coordinating die set - Bicycle and Phrase
Detail Ink - Raven
Monster Stamp Club set - Star
Summer Mini Premium Chalk Ink Set - Terracotta, Zest, Sage
Liquid Elements - Copper
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist - Turquoise Blue, Dijon
Black card stock
White card stock
Die cutting machine - Vagabond by Tim Holtz
For my cards I like to cut the paper and create a stack. If I'm going to get the Misty out I might as well make several cards at once.
The video shows how I made the cards.
These are supper fun and easy to make. Now that you know How to Make Two Quick ATC's how many will you make? Who would you give your ATC's to?
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Thanks for stopping by the blog today.
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- Linda Israel