Saturday, 7 March 2020

Happy Little Stampers March ATC Challenge

The theme is 'Critters' when creating either Artist Trading Cards or Artist Trading Coins.

 Do pop over to the Happy Little Stampers blog to see the inspiration from my team-mates.

This picture shows my ATC.

I started with a piece of 'brick' card to cut the base and added scattered twigs distress ink round the edges. I used a Stampin Up stamp for the window frame. I coloured this with pencils. Having cut out the window I added a room scene behind it.
I then added the dog and cat die cuts (dies from my Create and Craft advent calendar)

Hope you will join the challenge!

I just noticed that the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity has an ATC Challenge so I will link this here too...

Happy Crafting!

1. You must create an ATC. We accept both cards and coins. You must follow the theme.
2. Link back to your blog post and not your entire blog
3. Provide a link to HLS in your blog post
4. You may enter as many times as you like but each entry must be different
5. You may enter as many other challenges as you like
6. Have fun!

• measure 2.5 x 3.5 inches (64 X 89 mm)
• be traded for other cards - not sold
• be flat enough to fit into a plastic trading card sleeve


• measure 2.5 inches in diameter using heavy cardstock
• be traded for other coins - not sold
• be flat enough to fit into a plastic trading card sleeve


  1. Adorable tiny scene you have created on that little rectangle. Awesome job.

  2. Lovely scene you created for your critters.

  3. Fantastic ATC...I adore the scene you've created, looks so warm & cozy!

  4. Cute silhouettes looking out the window!

  5. Awwww, that's so sweet! Love the little heart cut-outs. Thanks for joining in on the fun at Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Verand!

  6. What a sweet scene. Fab ATC. Thanks for joining in on the fun at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity. Hugz


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