Saturday, June 4, 2011

Punk Projects ATC Swap

Last year I made a few ACEOs (well, my version of an ACEO...I don't want to put myself in a category with the real artists) and really loved it.  I love the idea of making art that's so tiny.  :-)  I haven't made any in a while so I was very excited when I saw that Katie from Punk Projects was hosting an ATC swap in May.  I signed up as soon as she announced it.

I wanted to make another felt card (of course) and this is what I came up with.




I drew this simple little guy and cut him out of felt.  He looked like he wanted to say hi so I embroidered some letters.  Did you see the four french knots on this card?  I finally figured out how to do that a few weeks ago thanks to this awesome tutorial from Sublime Stitching!  I'm obsessed with them now!


I'm very excited about the ATC I got from my partner. 



It's actually TWO cards that go together as a set!  


Isn't that cool??  I love it so much!  I can't wait to find a fun way to display it.


Have you ever made an ATC?  What did it look like?

6 comments:

katiebug92 said...

Those both turned out really adorable!! So awesome! :)

kate said...

I LOVE the ATC you made! I've never made out of felt but I think I will have to now! He is so cute and your french knots look great!

I'm blogging about the latest two ATC's I've made tomorrow!

marci said...

Thanks you guys! :) I really loved participating in your swap, Katie! I hope you do it again.

Kate - When I make my felt cards I use and actual ACEO card and cut 1/4 inch off the length and width so I have room for an 1/8 inch seam around the edges. I usually blanket stitch it but this time I machine sewed it together. I'm excited to see your cards. :)

Ashley said...

Those are really fantastic! :]

rusty said...

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Owl and Squirrel

Pretty Things said...

this is just toooooo cute! that little guy is so adorable - great job!

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xxx