Wednesday, June 25, 2008

ATCs I made with 7 Gypsies ATC Transparencies for Holder called Photo Edges

ATC Card #1
ATC Card #2
ATC Card #3
ATC Card #4
I decided to play around with these new photo edge transparencies, by 7 Gypsies, which are for their Revolving ATC holder. These colorful tranparencies look so amazing layered over ATCs for the holder, so I thought, "I wonder if I could use these colorful transparencies to make regular ATCs?" Soooo, if you don't have one of 7 Gypsies holders, then take a look at what I made. You might want to purchase a package when you see what I've done with four of them.
I covered the two rolodex notches on the left side of the ATC #1 and #2. On ATC #3 and #4, I cut off the left side of the transparency where the rolodex notches were. It gives you just a bit a room to put some extras embellishments, (I used tiny black rick rack on #3), but you can come up with so many other ideas. Or you can center the cut transparency like I did on ATC #4. I really didn't have to come up with too many things to put under the transparency either. Since the transparency decorates your ATCs with its brilliant colors, beautiful borders, words, and amazing designs. I simply added photos from the Leisure Arts Ephemera ATC Card Collections, Funny Quotes and the Military & USA pack, and added the extras to complete all 4 cards.
So, what do you think?? If you would like to purchase a set of the 7 Gypsies Photo Edge Transparencies, I have provided a link to that product at the yourATCstore site. There are 2 of each of the 10 different styles/colors, for a total of 20 transparencies. Not bad! Here's the link: Next I'll play around with the NEW 7 Gypsies ATC Refill Cards - Family Quotes. So be watching for that next week.

Here is an ATC inspired by the new German Foil Dresden Paper Scrap. The image is from a new collage sheet that I just created that I will be adding to the site, as well as some other new sheets. The German Foil comes in borders and objects in blue, light blue, red, pink, silver, gold, antique gold, copper, aqua, turquiose, green, light green, violet, black and white. Here is the link to the German Foil Dresden Paper Scrap:

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