The Cracker Jack Stamp Club recently hosted their first ATC swap and here are the results!
Aren't they great! And don't they look nice in a 7 Gypsies Printers Tray!
Here they are individually although the ATCs look even better in person:
Cathy's ATC has a sewing theme with ribbon trim and a gorgeous vintage button.
Karen's ATC is handpainted, with lots of layering, on corrugated cardboard.
Lynn's ATC looks and feels very textured and is also one of my favorite colors.
Lynn showed me some other ATCs she had made and said she was going to toss this one because she didn't like it so I quickly asked if I could have it because I loved it!
Ruth Ann hand painted her ATC. The more I look at it the more I see.
Barbara's ATC reminds me of Barbara not only because of the "B" but because she also used some of her favorite colors and a little bling.
Sandy's ATC has lots of details and many layers and embellishments.
Chris's ATC uses one of my favorite stamps, Tim Holtz's Umbrella Man, and one of my favorite techniques, stamping with water.
Lori's ATC has several shimmery layers that I just couldn't capture in this photo.
Linda's ATC has many techniques and reminds me of Linda because she's the one who taught me to blend with distress inks.
Tami's ATC is handpainted and so creative.
And this is the first ATC that I have completely finished.
Great job, Cracker Jacks!
And I'm sure that we all had inky and painty fingers!!!