I recently became a new design team member with Canvas Corp Brands. A team building activity was to make ATC's. There were 12 people in my group. Each ATC I have received have been beautiful and everyone of them very unique. Today I am going to share my ATC.
I think of all the ATC's I received mine was the only painted/stamped one. I guess I had a hard time leaving my card making skills behind me.
Here are the supplies I started with. The base of my ATC was Canvas Corp ATC Artist Trading Cards (White). There were 25 ATC's in the package. They have the basic ATC cards in many different bases - ie black, kraft, cream, burlap.....
I used all these paints from the Tattered Angels line at Canvas Corp to achieve my watercolor look on my ATC.
The flower stamp is from Penny Black and the sentiment is from Paper Smooches.
Here are pictures of the process of making the ATC's.
Yes the color of those poppies started out with yellow with pink on top.
See what a beautiful orangey color I achieved.
I then watered down my paints and colored the background of the cards.
I decided my cards needed just something a little extra on the left side. I found my trusty Cardstock Pad and carefully cut a single row of black with ivory dots.
They were adhered to the side of the ATC. After this step was done, I am sure I went and placed all the ATC's in the press. The press is four books. It is amazing what a good heavy press will do to flatten out painted paper.
I sent my ATC's to 12 people and I believe half of them were outside the United States. It is nice knowing that a small piece of my creative soul is now all over the world.
If you have not tried ATC's, you really should. It is fun but sometimes difficult to work in such a tiny space. It is always good to stretch our creative souls.
Here is a look at the finished ATC.
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