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1  Re: Callooh! Callay! Another Gallery in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 24, 2007 08:38:40 AM
Three more!



One of these has the top half of a lady from my previous post. Smiley
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2  Re: Callooh! Callay! Another Gallery in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 22, 2007 10:15:07 AM
A binder makes sense! Like a photo album or portfolio. I keep this set in a box, because they are for playing games with, but others I have done get stuck around the apartment in order to inform - like This Apartment Protected By Monsters, or House Rules. Here are three more, with a lot of the same elements as my other ones.

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3  Re: Fashionably late convertible dress in Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects by calloocallay on: February 22, 2007 08:58:32 AM
This is beautiful, and I love the print! And it will look good WITH black, which is often an issue in my wardrobe. I followed the links from people in this thread, but many of the patterns and sites are no longer available! Did you get a pattern online? Is there one available? And, is your fabric a jersey? You are totally rocking it.

Here's a virtual bouquet of congratulation!

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4  Re: Callooh! Callay! Another Gallery in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 21, 2007 01:34:14 PM
Yeah, it is weird trying to make 52 that all work as part of a set - but very freeing in a way, because they don't all have to be individual stand-alone masterpeices. Here are three more - I think the sofa one is one of my favorites out of the whole set.



And I have a question - what do other folks do with ATCs? Ie, do you send them as greeting cards? Display them? Play games with them? Use them as business cards?
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5  Re: Callooh! Callay! Another Gallery in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 18, 2007 07:38:11 AM
One of the things I was trying to do with these was maintain a no-right-side up policy like regular playing cards have. Some were more successful than others.



I also used the remnants from pages of postage stamps on a few of these.
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6  Re: Callooh! Callay! Another Gallery in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 17, 2007 07:47:40 AM
OriginalYouth - yeah, I also used some noodle-wrappers on those. Thanks for the compliments! Here are three more:



These may be the three most worrisome and the three most purple of the set! One of my materials was a wine magazine, and the little people walking away are from some He-Man-esque comic book.
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7  Re: Callooh! Callay! Another Gallery in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 14, 2007 09:33:51 PM
Thanks! I am definitely a stripe adder. One gets all these leftover bits from cutting out shapes, and wants to use them. Here are three more, reddish, though now 33 minutes too late to count as a Valentine's Day post.

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8  Callooh! Callay! Another Gallery in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 13, 2007 11:59:22 AM
I hope I'm doing this right, and this is where a new gallery goes! Here are three cards I made a while ago. I used old newspapers, wrapping paper, magazines, stamps, postage stamps, pens and catalogs for these.



These are part of a fifty-two card set. I'll try to get all of them up over the next couple of months.
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9  Re: FEBRUARY ATC GALLERY in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by calloocallay on: February 11, 2007 07:51:31 AM
Hi! I made a deck of collage cards before I had heard the term atc, but I guess that is what they are. Most of the work I've seen here seems to stand alone - I love looking at all your gorgeous cards! I hope I am posting this in the right place.


It is a full deck of 52 cards, which I have used to play modified games of set and go fish. This photo shows some of the cards displayed on a scarf. You can't really read most of the text, but I think posting 52 individually would not endear me to the board! I collaged regular old playing cards and stamped them and stuff and then went over them with some modge-podge-esque stuff. I have scanned the whole set and print them on cardstock to give the set as gifts.

And here's one currently on my fridge:
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10  yarnbot in CHALLENGE 15 ENTRIES by calloocallay on: October 04, 2006 08:57:17 PM
This was such a spectacular theme I delurked and logged in! Sorry about the links instead of embedded pictures. I'm new. I made this green guy in free-crochet and it has a lavendar sachet in its belly.

The feet are corks.


No arms, because clearly, those eyes are laser-shootin' eyes.


And here it is with two monsters I made a while ago guarding one of my 'M' shelves. The monsters are named Rocco and the Accountant.
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