Wednesday, May 1, 2013

May "Color me Silly" Zetti Artist Trading Card Kit

Here is the "Color me Silly" Zetti themed ATC Kit of the Month
This ATC kit will be included free with orders for May 2013

First of all, let me explain what Zetti Art, AKA Zettiology, is.  It is a term created by artist Teesha Moore, to describe her folk art type genre.  In Zetti art you will find humans mixed with animals, striped legs, a lot of bright colors, black and white patterns, doodling and outlining.  There are  mismatched faces and body parts with wings, party hats or crowns, and usually a lyrical or poetic phrase.  Basically, turning the ordinary into something whimsical  to make a new Zetti creature; somethng normal to fantasy.  Just wait, soon you will be clipping apart your magazines to create your own quirky Zetti ATC.

This is what is included in this month's ATC kit:

5 - different 1 1/4 in. x 4 in. pieces of brightly colored coordinating cardstock
1 - 1 1/2 in. x 4 in. piece of coordinating paper
1 - mini dress pattern (you will need to cut and trace the pattern onto your choice of paper)
2 - Collage paper pieces; 1 with legs and arms and 1 with eyes, lower face and crown (there are 4 different zetti faces and 2 types of striped legs that have been chosen for this kit.  One of the 4 sets will be included).
1 - zigzag yellow or peach ribbon to use on the dress or crown (one of the 2 colors will be included in your kit)
1 - a "Color me Silly" phrases that has been printed on red gemstone paper
1 - flat backed glass flower  button to make a Zetti flower on your ATC
2 - micro mini metallic brads (you can use these to make the arms or the legs move like a puppet)
2 - small googly eyes
1 - silver bow charms
1 - 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" cream canvas textured artist trading card and an ATC clear sleeve

Ok guys! Get your Zetti on!

Here is my Zetti girl ATC.  I will be making a few more using the different mismatched face pieces that are included in this kit.

Here is another Zetti Color me Silly ATC.  I didn't use the bow or the mini brads when creating this one.

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