Sunday, 9 November 2014

No Ironing Required....

Good morning everyone.

I hope you are all well.

Today I'd like to share the first of a batch ATC's I made for a little ATC swap that the lovely Jo and Rebecca set ourselves way back in the summer.....anyone is welcome to join in and we will be choosing new themes for next year soon...it will be a diifferent theme for each month.
If you are interested in joining us in the swap you can find details over on Jo's blog.

This was for the June swap and the theme was:~

Father's Day




I made this little shirt out of a scrap of paper....in fact at the time I made lots of little shirts and put them in a bag and totally forgot about them until I found them tucked away in a drawer while cleaning out the craft room. I can't remember where I got the instructions for making them but I'm sure there's a tutorial out there somewhere in blogland. Anyway I thought they would be perfect for the Father's Day theme....I made two of these ATC's,  one for Jo and one for Rebecca.....

I  struggle sometimes with these little pieces of art but they are a great way of using up scraps and it's lovely to receive a swap through the post and seeing what other crafter's have created using the same theme.


Thank you for taking the time to stop by.

I really do appreciate your visits and lovely, encouraging comments.

Have a lovely day. 


9 comments:

Jacee said...

What a great card , loving that shirt!
Hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Hi Debbie what a cute ATC! Susan x

Crafting Queen said...

Great little shirt, lovely ATC.

Doreen said...

This is gorgeous,love the shirt.xxx

catherine said...

Fabulous Debbie and now this is something I could be interested in. Will pop over and have a look.
Have a good day got to go to York shopping-however there is a hobbycrafts there too!!!
x catherine

Sandra H said...

Stunning card Debbie!

Donna Mosley said...

Great card Debbie, love the shirt.

Donna x

fabiola jaques said...

c'est super sympa, biz

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

I love that brilliant shirt! What a fantastic male design.
Rebecca.

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