My interest in creating ATCs continues unabated. I enjoy working small for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that you can complete an ATC in very little time. For anyone who has time constraints, ATCs can be a wonderful option when you want the satisfaction of creating AND finishing in the time you have available. If you have more than a little time, creating in a series where your ATCs are either the same (great for a round robin or group trade) or reasonably similar is fun too. Assembly-lining many of the steps means you can get more done in a shorter amount of time.
Of course I’m going to use stencils as part of my creative process and I’m really excited to announce that we have a new group of our Itty Bitty ATC Stencils debuting today – 13 of them – a baker’s dozen! In today’s video you’ll catch a glimpse of each of them as I work through a variety of techniques. I had fun designing the new stencils and even more creating with them.
You’ll also see some finished ATCs that I was able to complete as I worked through the pieces for the video. Remember, ATCs are quick to make up and enormously gratifying. With our Itty Bitty ATC Stencils you can add texture, pattern, and color with a simple application of a spray, a dab of paint, or even an Art Crayon!
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