Thursday, 18 May 2017

A Year of ATCs? - Day 138

If you have been reading my blog recently you will know I am offering a new Pocket Letter Giveaway...
If you would like the new pocket letter sent to you - comment below saying you would like it - I will draw a name out of the hat from any comments on these giveaway posts,
 at the beginning of next month.
 So far I have shown you 7 of the 9 ATCs that will be put together to make the Pocket Letter - and of course there will be surprises behind each ATC...

This is the 8th ATC and my 138th make for A year of ATCs?

This has white card, then part of Leigh's image Cleo the Egyptian cat 
(printed larger than the one I used on Day 129, and on a red background).

I coloured this with a number of markers and Zig pens (that's a Wink of Stella on the eye). and cut out. I then added a few embellishments.

I am also showing you the 9th ATC today - see it here in the picture which shows all the parts of the larger Egyptian cat.

And here is a picture of the 9 ATCs together:

And the pocket letter:

Happy Crafting!


  1. Oh WoW ! That is so cool with the cat spread over several of them - how amazing :-) I would definitely like to be considered for the Draw please :-D xxxxx

  2. Love your finished ATC.
    The cards - individually - were
    wonderful but together they
    are fantastic.
    thanks for sharing.

  3. That's a fabulous project :D

  4. Love your pocket letter....a great make!

  5. Absolutely PURRfectly gorgeous❤️. I love how you've used my Egyptian cats Susan❤️

  6. I just love your creative use of the ATC format. This entire "pocket letter" is stunning.


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