Saturday, May 2, 2009

ATC Challenges

This is a first for me, designing an ATC (Artist Trading Card). They are to be 2.5 x 3.5. Let me tell you, this was really tough for me due to the size. I am so used to being able to decorate and add embellies to a 4.5 x 6 or so card. You wouldn't think it would be that hard to decorate. This really took me outside of my comfort zone -- LOL.

Here is my take - the challenge over at Tilda and Friends is 'torn'. I used a Tilda, of course, for my image and colored her with Copics and SU! watercolor pens (nice combo huh??). I used a SU! stamp for the sentiment and a little gold heart from my stash. I also had some little flat gems that I added to the corners and also to the center of the heart.


Hazel (Didos) said...

Hi Stephanie,
I love the ATC, Well Done, I prefer to do ATC's thay are so addictive. Really love the colours you have used. Feel free to pop over to my blog to enter the candy for the 5 Design Team ATC's I have done for April. Hazelxo

Leanne said...

I love your ATC! I have several that I've got to make for a swap. They are out of my comfront zone too!! But you did great!! TFS!!

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