Artist Trading Cards (ATC) are a great way to exercise your creative juices on a small scale and to collect ah-mazing art too! They’re the size of baseball cards so perfect for trading through the mail. Isn’t it cute on the mini easel?
Today I take you through the steps of how I created this ATC with one of Jill Berry’s new stencils.
There are 15 stencils in Jill Berry’s new Map Art set. On the Sunny Compass Rose stencil are four small circular shapes that fit perfectly inside the center of the compass. Thus, allowing many combinations to ensue.
Awesome art materials used
pre-cut ATC paper
Jill Berry’s Sunny Compass Rose stencil
Circle Explosion stencil by The Crafters Workshop
Mix molding paste with acrylic paint or ink spray. Then remove the tape that was covering the tiny face. Place the center of the compass over the face. Use a palette knife or credit card to scrape the molding paste mix onto the paper. Let it dry. Last step, add washi tape!