Monday, December 15, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Here is the link to the tins: http://youratcstore.com/gypsies-products-holder-c-55.html?osCsid=0c3f5a1e2cef2e08329bd9ef5e256142
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Here is the link to the 7 Gypsies Bluebird ATC Tin: http://youratcstore.com/brand-gypsies-bluebird-p-1618.html
Here is the link to the 7 Gypsies Alterable Naked Silver ATC Tin: http://youratcstore.com/brand-gypsies-naked-silver-p-1620.html
Here is the link to the 7 Gypsies Measurement ATC Tin: http://youratcstore.com/brand-gypsies-measurement-p-1619.html
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Prima Artful Pieces Mullberry Collage Sheets
Prima 12 x 12 Collage Sheet Transparencies - Book Pages
Here is the link to the store to find these and many more new Prima Marketing products: http://youratcstore.com/prima-flowers-stamps-trans-c-88.html
Friday, September 12, 2008
Saturday, September 6, 2008
I thought I would put these stamps on sale for you! Their stamps are cling mounted rubber stamps with the red rubber and grey foam padding already attached. They are ready to place on an acrylic block. You can also stamp by just holding onto the sides of the thick clear transparency card that the stamp comes on. I've tried this, and it does work. There are a total of 43 of their different stamps to choose from, so have fun.
Friday, September 5, 2008
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Monday, August 25, 2008
Below is a photo taken from Tim's blog showing him using the Color Wash. Here is the link for Tim's July Challenge: http://timholtz.typepad.com/my_weblog/7_july_technique_challenge/
We also have Tim's August Challenge products in stock. Here is a link to all the products at yourATCstore : http://youratcstore.com/index.php?cPath=84 His stamps are also available at the store, so don't miss those.
Below is another photo taken from Tim's Blog showing his August Challenge. Here is the link for his August Challenge: http://timholtz.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/08/page/2/
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Here are the ones I made. I made a different one at his booth each day I was there. Looking for these products? Here is the link to them at the store. I'll try and keep them in stock for you. They would make amazing gifts.
Here's the link: http://youratcstore.com/index.php?cPath=26&osCsid=92bfa21cc2928f6cdbfa2ae15ee4ba10
Sunday, August 17, 2008
20 - White Glossy Blank Artist Trading Cards ONLY $1.67
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Here's a free copyright free image for you to use in your artwork. Just copy and save it. Enjoy!
Monday, July 28, 2008
Here is a new technique you can try. I call it Mosaic Background ATCs. I started with some colorful cardstock. This is a great technique to use up those paper scraps you have laying around. I cut the cardstock into 1 inch strips and then cut the strips into 1 inch squares. Now take a 2 1/2 in. x 3 1/2 in. blank ATC; this can be an old playing card or another piece of cut scrap. You will need to spread craft glue, glue stick, crafting medium etc. onto the whole card. I do it this way so I'm not gluing on one square at a time which takes a lot of time. I put my ATC into my Xyron 500 Create A Sticker (Let me know if you want me to order you one of these sticker makers; they fit a trading card perfectly.), then peel it off the paper. The sticker maker has now added sticker adhesive to one whole side. Now with glue on your whole card.......
Start at the top corner and arrange your cut 1 in. squares onto the ATC. Let the first one hang over a bit. Arrange the rest of them into the color scheme that you want, but remember this is your background, so just have fun placing them in any color order. Once you have placed your last square, turn your ATC over. Next, take your scissors and trim off the paper that is hanging over the edge of your ATC card. You can now stamp on an image, add some doodles or rub-ons. I just stamped on the words, "Live, Laugh, Love"
Now that you have an amazing mosaic background, you can now create your ATC. I added some stacked Prima Flowers and attached it with a white brad. I then cut and attached some poke-a-dot sheer green ribbon under the flower. I stamped the butterfly (stamp by Whipper Snapper) with Stazon ink, colored it with colorful markers to match my background, cut it out, and added a touch of glitter to make it sparkle. I then put a Pop-dot under the butterfly to make it stand out.
I drew my doodles on after I had attached my flower and butterfly. It was an afterthought, and it should have been done before I added the other things. Well, it shows I'm not perfect.
There you go. Give it a try. Post the ATC that you made using the Mosaic Background Technique into the store gallery, or send it to me by email (yourATCstore@comcast.net - mark the email "Mosaic Background", along with your snail mail addy. I will then send you a bunch of the mosaic 1 in. squares that I used in creating this artist trading card. I'll even post a copy of it into the blog; with your permission, of course.
Here is a new product by Karen Foster. This blank calendar was altered into an Advent Calendar.
This is the new Distress Crackle Paint shades. Now available in Silver, Gold, Copper, and Pearl. I have these on order and I can't wait until they come in.
ATC Acrylic Album
Now is this cool, or what?? Picture this ATC's acrylic album with the protective film taken off. Can you imagine how amazing this would be if it was clear and altered with your ATCs inside. I was a little leary to order this, since it would be a special request. If you're interested, please comment on this post or email me and let me know. If I get enough interest in this ATC acrylic album, I can see about carrying these.
Friday, July 25, 2008
Here I am talking to Tim about his new ATC stamps. I asked if he could do a monthly challenge with his ATC Stamps for us ATC addicts. He said he would see what he could do. I have my fingers crossed!Here is a picture of Tim and I at his Idea-ology booth. We created necklaces with his embellishment line. After making a few of these I placed an order for his necklaces, rings etc. Once I have them in stock I will post the photos of the necklaces I made, as well as other samples of what you can make with this product line. You will be able to make your own jewelry, or make them to give to friends and family as gifts or Christmas presents.
Here is an ATC that was made with one of Tim's new ATC stamps. And here they are......his 8 NEW ATC STAMPS!!! They are still being made, but as soon as are available I will have them in stock. I'll post the blog once I have them at the store for purchase.