Wednesday, February 4, 2009

ATC Swap

In December I posted pictures of my first ATCs that I had done for a swap. Well, the swap is complete and following are pictures of the seven great ATCs that I received. What a great way to learn new techniques and expand your art collection. This swap was organized by the Surface Design Yahoo Group. I had so much fun creating and receiving these that I just signed up for another swap.

This ATC made by Michelle Bonds. She used UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel) on upostery fabric and pressed rubber stamps into it while it was still warm. She then painted it. Thank you Michelle.

This ATC was made by Jan Ziebol. Jan created this card using wool, silk & soluble bonding and stitched over that to hold everything in place. She then dissolved the bonding. Thanks so much, Jan!!

This ATC was made by Debbie Baker. Debbi painted crinkled tissue paper and then machine stitched it. She then sprayed it with spray webbing and added the copper swirl. I will have to get some of the spray webbing. Thank you Debbie.

This ATC was made by Aynsley McKay . Aynsley fused sheets of plastic bags together and then printed them with a rubber stamp. Great colors! Thanks Aynsley.

This ATC and the beautiful envelope were created by Marga Korioth. The envelope is painted and stitched shirt interfacing. The ATC is untreated canvas, paper & watercolors. The colors are just so beautiful, thanks Marga!

This ATC was created by Mags Roberts. Mags painted paper towels and then machine stitched them and rubbed a little Treasure Gold onto them to highlight some of the surfaces. Great effect and can't wait to give this a try. Thanks.

This ATC was created by Tracey Borders. Tracey wove stripes of ugly fabric together and then fused them to Peltex. She then painted them with white laytex paint and finally painted them with multilple colors of Golden's acrylics. Thanks Tracey.


pcoxdesign said...

Wow! Fun pieces. Thanks for sharing

Vivien said...

Wow, did you get great pieces! All very cool!