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Sunday Special #5 Artist Trading Cards

Welcome to the fifth Sunday Chipboard Special episode today making two delightful Artist Trading Cards

Welcome to another Sunday Chipboard Special! Thanks for joining me today. Today I decided to step out of my comfort zone and make some Artist Trading Cards also known as ATCs.

These cute little creations turned out pretty nicely and I had so much fun making them.

Not only did I use recycled cardboard packaging, I also heat embossed my projects too.

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I hope you like today’s project.

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All products used are listed below for your perusal.

Instructions and Measurements for this chipboard special :

You will need:

x2 pieces of cardboard or chip board measuring 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″
x 2 pieces of blushing bride card stock measuring the same and
x2 pieces of DSP measuring the same

Adhere you card stock to the back of the chip board and the DSP layers to the front.

Burnish well to ensure it sticks good to that card board.

Decorate as you wish with stamped images, die cut elements or fussy cut pieces from matching DSP.

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Products Used:

Thank you so much for visiting me today. I hope that you enjoyed this project and can take something away from today to try at home.

Product List

Products used can be searched online in my online shop on January 3rd via this link

YouTube Tutorial – Sunday Special #5 Artist Trading Cards

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