Monday, April 12, 2010

ATC (& my FIRST giveaway!)

Is everyone familiar with the term "ATC?" The letters are the abbreviation for "artist trading card." The cards are only to be gifted or traded, never sold. They are the same size as a playing card. You can buy the stock pre-cut or cut it yourself. You can also get stamps for the back in order to record your name and various information. Because I love dragonflies, my info stamp on the back has a dragonfly on it.
The ATC them at Papertrix this month is "Alice in Wonderland." I'm posting photos of a few of mine. I've never participated in the ATC theme at the shop, but a new goal for me this year is to participate every month. I will try to keep you informed as to what the theme is.
I bought each of the stamps that I've used at the shop. (As for my previous post and my reference to Graphic 45 paper, Cindy carries it in the shop, as well.)
Don't forget: this Friday is classes with Jen Starr. I am so excited. As of last Saturday, there were still a few spots open. Come and join us! I will be there! Alice
Mad Hatter
the ultimate question
Let me hear from you! For one entry, simply respond via comments to this question: "when is a raven like a writing desk?" For a double entry, site this entry on your blog. Be certain to let me know and give me your email if I don't already have it!
I can't wait to hear what you have to say!
I'll let you know on Monday evening who the lucky winner is.


Chatty Crone said...

I guess you could make up answers - but I think the real answer is there is no answer. The joke is the joke sort of speaking.


ClassyChassy said...

No answer, but enjoyed the cards - very different indeed!

Al said...

An orange, because a vest has no sleeves.

No wait.... that's the answer to "What is the difference between a bicycle?"


Great cards. Outstanding, actually. Never had heard the term ATC, but as an amateur silversmith I like it. :)

^..^Corgidogmama said...

These are so, so cool Cheryl!
Oh man, I wish I could fill one of those open slots in class!
Never knew what the term meant either, I've just always enjoyed looking at them.
Thanks for the info.
Cool beans!

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