Monday, June 15, 2009

ATC book


This is my ATC (Artist Trading Card) book that I keep my ATCs in for trading. I have had the book for years, but have just finally finished the covers and the inside of the covers. Sometimes I just have to keep looking at something for a very long time to be able to figure out how to finish it. I am pleased with the end results, but I think I am more
pleased that it is finally completed. While this book has been functional it still bothered me that it wasn't completed. I truly dislike unfinished projects. This is a card board notebook (with a black canvas spine) that I bought off a clearance rack at Target several years ago for 60 cents each. I bought 3 at the time not knowing what to do with them, but now I wish I had bought them all. I just love working with the cardboard journals ... soooo many possibilities!

11 comments:

Gretz said...

Love the book, but love ehst'd inside even more!

stregata said...

So lovely! I just love your artwork!

Pattio said...

Cool Book! Your changing my mind about the plastic sleves. I have never liked the look. . . till now. :)

Cheers

Pat said...

Looking at your artwork always makes me happy. It's so warm, vibrant, and inviting. Thanks for sharing!

Sharon said...

WOW!! What a great book. The cards are beautiful. Thanx for sharing your talent with us. Sharon

Seth said...

Great way to store the ATCs and you have made the folder a work of art itself.

Jane said...

Lovely book, I keep my ATC's in an ordinary ringbinder file.....mmm not very arty of me :( I'll take a leaf out of your book (sorry) and decorate it as I know I should.

Megan Warren said...

Wow - I'd love to trade ATC's with you - what a great collection, do you create them using copies of your journal pages?

Ashlyn said...

This cover is AMAZING!!!!! If I send you a book, think you could do that for me?? ;)
Hugs, Ashlyn

Shelley said...

SO COOL! I love those chipboard binders too. Now I want to play with them again. Thanks for the inspiration!

Michele said...

Your attention to detail is magnificent! Bravo! You are officially in my favorites!

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