Chunky ATC

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The very first ATC I saw on YouTube intrigued me so much that I knew I needed to learn more about them.  They weren't quite as popular then and there were fewer videos to watch about them, but I set out to learn all that I could.  I learned 3 basic things:
1. Size Matters - ATC's are 2.5" X 3.5" only
2. They should never be sold
3. The rest is up to you
I was hooked from the 1st one I ever made.  I altered a 7Gypsies ATC library drawer and began swapping as well as creating my own.


Recently, I was challenged to make a "Chunky ATC".  I jumped into the challenge with both feet and created this one-of-a-kind ATC.  It will be included in a swap that I have coming up.


Supplies:
Gameboard cut into an ATC
Garage Sale lace find (white)
3 Girl JAM white ribbon
Gold button - from my stash
Folk Art Metallic Amethyst Paint and homemade spray
Pale green paper from my stash
Scor-Tape and Glossy Accents
Vintage typewriter

You can find full details in the video below.


Thanks for stopping by today.  Remember to take some time to enjoy the little things.

Comments

Lisa said…
It's beautiful!! The flower is gorgeous!! I have a hard time with ATC's because of the small size...I love layers and bling!! Happy Wednesday :)

Lisa
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