Saturday 28 October 2017

Post 316: Artist Trading Card (Owl)

Hi friends :)

I'd like to share a simple ATC/Artist Trading Card I made recently. This was part of a set. I made these for a Guest Design post for Madras Bazaar. All the details can be found here.

Artist Trading Cards or ATCs are miniature pieces of art. These are 2.5 by 3.5 inches in size and they are swapped between artists & crafters. These can be created in a set around a certain theme. For example, in the set of ATCs I have made, there are 3 in it and they are all made using the same colors and style. I wanted these to be simple, flat & easy to re-create.

Supplies used:

Rubber Dance Stamp- Mama Owl
Tim Holtz Dot Fade Stencil
Zig Clean Color Real brush Markers
White acrylic paint
Tim Holtz Chit-Chat Stickers
Madras Bazaar Pearl Ink Sprays- Vibrant Green and Shock Blue
Ranger's Archival Inkpad- Jet Black

Here is a photo of the ATC:

Here is the set it came from:

I am playing along with the following challenges:

Thanks for your time :)
Love reading your sweet comments.
Stay Blessed. 


  1. That is one sweet little owl! I think its my favorite of your ATC's!

  2. hello! the awesome, fun colors and set! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

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  3. Such a awesome ATC! This mama owl is so cool.
    Thank you so much for joining the Rubber Dance Challenge.
    Hugs, Anita

  4. Brilliant work! Thank you for using our mama owl stamp on your gorgeous ATC! I love the colours you've picked. Thank you for joining the Rubber Dance challenge! xx Susanne.

  5. Your ATCs are so brilliant!!! Thank you for joining the STAMPlorations Mixed Media Challenge this month. xx Susanne.

  6. I love that owl. One of my fave in your ATC set. Thank you for joining us at STAMPlorations October Mixed Media Challenge ...see you again :)
    Hugs and smiles,
    STAMPlorations Mixed Media Design Team
    Qinaahana Arts & Crafts {My Personal Blog}

  7. another fab ATC set - thanks for sharing your project at the STAMPlorations Mixed Media Challenge