Good morning crafty friends,
Suzanne of Cricut Crafting Grammy. We are back on Thursdays to explore different themes, elements, techniques or embellishments. This week we are using Plant Life on our tags and ATC's. There is no restriction on what tools are used to create these tags or ATC's. It could be a die cut machine, punches, stamps, etc. The sky is the limit. However if the Design Team uses Digis or SVG's they will be from Paper Crafting World. As a side note, if you don't know what an ATC card is, we have a definition at the bottom of our post.
I hope you will join us each Thursday here at My Paper Crafting for
Totally Tags n' ATC's.
So let's see what all the designers have in store for you today
as we use Plants on our tags and ATC's.
I hope you are like me and look forward to this post each week.
Remember to click on the links to see more info about each tag or ATC.
Cartridges Used: Create a Critter and Winter Frolic
Brenda used: Dies and Punches.
Chris used: Ink, Overlay, Copics and Embossing.
Suzanne used: Graphic 45 paper, seam binding, burlap, punch and gems.
PCW File Used: Tulip Flourish 5 Set
Details Post (Coming Soon)
PCW Files Used: Tag 425-Cherry Blossom (Coming Soon)
This Week's Free Vintage Graphic
Please note: The Price will say $1, but when you add it to the cart and checkout, there will be no cost during the next week.
We hope you were inspired to share your Tags and ATC'S!!!!
Below is a link up for you to show us your creations!
Guidelines are real simple....
* Must be a new tag or ATC...please no back dated projects
* Your Tag or ATC must include our theme (Glitter).
* Please link directly to your post and not just your blog
* Your post must include a link back to us....let's share the love
* You may enter up to 2 times
* You may combine your project with any other challenges or link ups..we love to pile it on too!
* Have FUN!!
NEW Starting April 1st NEW
All Link Ups and Challenges will be “monthly”
Read the details: HERE
Here is the Wikipedia definition of ATC's.
Artist trading cards (or ATCs) are miniature works of art about the same size as modern trading cards baseball cards, or 21⁄2 by 31⁄2 inches (63 mm × 89 mm),[small enough to fit inside standard card-collector pockets, sleeves or sheets.[The ATC movement developed out of the mail art movement and has its origins in Switzerland. Cards are produced in various media, including dry media (pencils, pens, markers, etc.), wet media (watercolor, acrylic paints, etc.), paper media (in the form of collage, papercuts, found objects, etc.) or even metals or cloth. The cards are usually traded or exchanged.
Be sure to come back tomorrow for another
Digi Desserts Fridaze Link Up and another FREE Digi!
-Suzanne and the MPC Designers