If you have never made an ATC before, here are a few details:
They always measure 2.5 x 3.5".
They were started by imitating baseball, other sports cards and playing cards, thus the size.
They are often traded but are not supposed to be sold. An ATC created for sale is usually called an ACEO, 'Art Cards, Editions and Originals'. If you are interested in trading, email me by clicking on my photo on my sidebar and I'll send you the info.
Traditionally, they were stored in pockets or divided page protectors with little extra room for thickness or bits extending off the edges. Now there are lots of ways to store and display them so feel free to allow bits to hang off the edges or use thick embellishements.
Feel free to incorporate your ATC into a card, scrapbook page or larger project. Please use the challenge colours for the entire project. Several of our designers have done this.
A set of three ATCs whether connected or not is called a triptych. Feel free to make one if 2.5" x 3.5" seems too small. You can also join 2 if you wish.
I can't wait to see what you create! I hope you have fun!
We have a Guest Designer this week. Please welcome:
Chupa - Random Acts of Creativity
Rebecca Ednie Eclectic Endeavours
This is one of 4 I made for this challenge, visit my blog to see the other 3.
Diane Gilbert - My Little Stampin' Spot!
Kristin K Tierney - LilyBeth Boutique
Wendy Janson - It's All About Stamping
Lori Rider - The Diva Stamper
Jen Rzasa - Our Change of Art
Vicki Burdick Its a Stamp Thing
Linda Coughlin - The Funkie Junkie
WOW! Girls, thanks for embracing this challenge and creating such AMAZING samples! If you upload to an online gallery, please use the keyword OCCC. You must link to a project created after the start date of the challenge. Please include a link to our blog in your post. Thanks for reading and I hope you can participate.