Wednesday, May 13, 2009
ATCs for TRADE!
"Lyntangle Backed Cactus" Traded To MIM The first four cards are on firm ATC card stock Bristol paper with a smooth surface. They are done using a black Staedtler liquid point 7 pen and my micro colored pens. I made them while waiting to be released from Jury Duty. And I was, 3 hours into the process! Your won't forget that this one came from me: "Lynn" Still Available This one is called: "Friends" Goes to Cris who picked it because we are friends! A "Lynntangle" in red, blue, green and orange. Traded to Teri C. The fabric ATCs take the longest to make. This one is called: "An ATC is a Gift" and is cotton and re purposed dryer sheet dyed green, thread painted, fabric painted, embellished with ribbon, and a sequin. Traded To Teri C. Traded to TERI C. If you want to trade leave me your mailing address at: firstname.lastname@example.org and write ATC Trade in Subject of letter. Thanks. That helps me find you easier. Had I served on the jury it would have been a first experience as a Grand Jurer. I was glad to be released as I am self employed and it is not easy giving up a day or twos earnings to do my civic duty. Maybe if I ever get to retire I'll go more willingly. But it was fun making ATCs while I waited. On my way out I noticed a large photo of a judge on the wall who I had gone to elementary, Junior High and High School with. I could still see the little boy face in the man he is today. And it brought back memories of childhood parties at our home. Sweet. I'm not going to our 50th class reunion this year. I wonder if he is?