Sunday, October 17, 2010

The challenge was to make as many (at least 4) different items using one 12 x 12 piece of printed paper. I also used cardstock for the foundations and embellishments. I made two ATCs, a joy fold card, a top fold card, a tag and a teabag holder.
The flower spray is cut using Cricut Bloom cartridge. The flower centers are buttons and/or bling.
I had never made an ATC and I don't really know what they are for, but it was easy enough. I also had never made a teabag holder, let alone, ever heard of them. I messed up a couple sheets of cardstock before I got the scoring measurements right on the teabag holder. I enjoyed doing this challenge.
Thank you for coming by and take care

12 comments:

Teressa Thompson said...

Great job!

ATCs are for trading with other artists. It's like your artistic calling card. They are collectible. When someone puts them up for sale (their own, you can never sell someone else's) they become ACEOs.

Tea bag holders are great gifts. Sorry it took you several tries, but you hung in there. Great job!

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

You did a great job getting so many different items from one piece of 12x12, love the colors.

sarahw said...

Wow, I am impressed with all of your creations. :)

Ronnie said...

They all look great. I have never made any ATC's, but I think they would make great thank you tags or cards to put into gifts or to brighten someones day.

Keva said...

Those are so cute. I don't know what the ATC's are for either, but they sure are cute! I love the colors you used here.

Genny said...

Clean, simple and stunning. Great job. I love the colors.

Anne Marie said...

Great job getting so many beautiful projects from one sheet of paper. Very pretty! :)

Pam said...

Very nice! Great colors. It's amazing what you can do with one sheet of paper :)

KER said...

wonderful work

Nancy said...

I think you did well with the challenge! I wouldn't have thought of the red with the shade of blue you used, but I love it!!

Jennipher Lowery said...

These look awesome Joyce!

HappyCrafter said...

Sounds like a fun challenge, may have to give this a try! I really like the cute collection, they'd make a good gifts set!