This week we would like you to do something different with your ATC. Although Artist Trading Cards are meant to be traded, sometimes we make them for a blog challenge and end up with a pile in a box, so this week we hope to give you some ideas for using them on 'Something Different'. You can choose your own design, just remember to use one of the cute faced stamps such as Magnolia, Hanglar, Cuddly Buddly etc. You can show us before and after pictures or just the finished project, and it would help us a lot if you could include a direct link to your creation on your blog. If you don't have a blog and would like to join in the fun with us please send your pictures to one of the Design Team members to load at the end of this post. Here are some ideas for your inspiration:
We are happy to share our designs here in the hope that they inspire you to develop your own ideas. However, please respect our right not to have our designs copied or "lifted". Direct copying of any design shown on this blog or any of our personal blogs is an infringement of copyright.
ATC Facts and Figures
ATC is short for Artist Trading Card. These little works of art should be traded with fellow artists or given away, but never sold. The size must be 2.5 inches x 3.5 inches, or in metric 64mm x 89mm, and can be made in landscape or portrait.
Here at Tilda and Friends we like to use our ATCs as toppers for other projects, as well as swapping them with friends. We now allow you to use any kind of art work on your ATC as long as the overall feel is 'CUTE' - that includes downloaded images, decoupage, stamping, and anything else that fits with the weekly themes!
We hope you will come and join in the fun with us.