Monday, November 16, 2009

Believe


Believe
Originally uploaded by theresa_a
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My very first posted ATC - this one was made as a gift for my lovely niece, Kristina. The lettering, viewfinder and all the borders are from a Tumblefish Studio collage sheet. The card background was 'polka-dotted' using brush tip markers.

9 blog friends left a treasured comment:

MafiosaGrrl said...

Great first card! Hooked, yet?

Lynn said...

Yeahhhhhh I found out how to leave a comment, I think you have to check your settings, it should say "leave a comment".
Anyway, I wanted to say how great I think your very first Atc card is, you are going to love making these :)

Createology said...

I am glad you read my blog and left your comment so now I could find your blog. Aren't ATC's so much fun. Sometimes I make about 3 dozen and then donate them to a senior care facility here in our community. I also make them as tray favors for small independent care homes around here. They are also fun to just tuck inside a card to friends or family who live away from me. Keep making them!

Cindy Is Crafty said...

Thanks, again, for stopping by! I love the viewmaster ATC. Remember when we thought that was cutting edge technology! LOL!

House of Hullabaloo said...

I love it! I haven't made an ATC yet - Too scared I guess!

Julia said...

LOVE this piece!! Just discovered this style and I think its fantastic!

Terri Kahrs said...

Before you know it, you'll be making tons of these cuties! Beautiful, Theresa! I tried to leave a comment on your newest post - the one about your husband quitting cigarettes - but, for some reason, it didn't work! I've been an ex-smoker for 4 1/2 years. Very tough to quit - no one can do it for you. That's awesome, and I give him a LOT of credit! Have a blessed Thanksgiving! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Heather Jensen said...

Hey Girl! I tried to post a comment on the above blog post and it wouldnt let me. You dont have an email address either so I couldnt email you. Thanks fo visiting my blog and being a follower. I use to live in Ms. I graduated from Ocean Springs High School. Small world hu?

Tumble Fish Studio said...

I love it! Fun, fun, fun!