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thanks everybody for your suggestions re constructing an ATC. I can't wait to get started!....jacki
Just a quick message for the benefit of our new (or potentially new) ATC group members. Each month we select a theme for making a single ATC to swap with one other of the group members. The theme is posted in the ‘discussions’ and members are invited to take part in the swap and to sign up via the discussion. At the beginning of the month, swap partners are allocated and each person then makes one ATC (2.5 x 3.5 inch in size)… cross-stitch, quilted, felted, appliquéd, embroidered or whatever….. on the agreed theme. Swap partners then message each other for postal addresses (not using public forum for safety reasons), and pop their ATC’s in the mail. The aim is to get your card to your partner by the end of the month….enjoy the creative process , try out new techniques, meet like minded friends, have fun....!
What a gorgeous ATC to receive. Lucky you.
Oh that' a beautiful sun sets love the wool work!
This is the wonderful ATC I received yesterday from Kate Cooke. It is from the December 2013 ATC swap with the theme of happiness. Kate has titled it "Happiness is... Spanish Sunset, Sand, Sea and Sangria!!"
Thanks so much for this Kate... I love it! I like the cute charm on the back also.
Needle punching is a technique I would like to learn. Perhaps I will make it a goal of mine to give it a try later this year. You inspire me!!!
Love my beautiful card from Kim along with goodies too! Thank You this does make me happy!
Yes, Tahlia, I tried clicklng on that address you gave and it came up straightaway.
Yes, I was talking to you, I will do some more on my end and ask for help, then get back with you, I am not that great with computers.
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