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Artist Trading Cards or otherwise known as ATC’s are created in the size of 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches or 64 x 89 millimeters (6.4 x 8.9 centimeters). These are small and self-made miniature works of art. Other than the size, there are no particular rules to follow. Combine different materials and elements to create unique and one of a kind cards. Sign, number and date the backs of your cards. These cards are not meant to be sold but if you like, there are groups that trade and collect these cards. You can find them on the internet in different craft forums. Here you will find examples of artist trading cards for all seasons.




Romantic Spring ATC
This artist trading card has a soft romantic look to it. The motifs are die cut using Sizzix Originals Dies and the paper is from K&Company.

Gold Heart Artist Trading Card
This artist trading card is kept in shades of red, orange and gold.

Yellow Flower ATC
This artist trading card looks so spring like and friendly in the soft yellow and white colors.

Millefiori Artist Trading Card
Millefiori is an Italian word and means millions of flowers. An appropriate name for this artist trading card which is covered in blooms.

Valentine’s Day Craft - Love Artist Trading Card
This artist trading card in soft colors is quick and easy to make to add to your collection of cards or to trade with someone else.

Flower Power ATC in Orange
This artist trading card in orange is a bright modern design for those who like bright colors.

Vintage Love ATC
This artist trading card is perfect for the theme of love or for Valentine’s Day.

Green ATC with Flower
This olive green artist trading card uses a combination of scrapbooking supplies and decorative elements to give it a soft look.

Vintage Girl Artist Trading Card
This artist trading card has a classic feeling to it. The color is subtle and the motif is a copy of an old painting by E. Grasset.

Paper Craft for Halloween - Spooky Spiders Artist Trading Card
It is Halloween but these spooky spiders do not care. They are busy creating a complicated web to capture their next dinner.

Blue Travel Artist Trading Card
Ahoi! Stamps and labels have sometimes the most inspiring motifs. This particular stamp was found in a booklet full of such pictures.

Artist Trading Card - Cute Easter Duck ATC
This duck was found on a paper napkin and just seemed like a perfect small motive to decorate an artist trading card dedicated to spring and Easter.

Thinking of You Artist Trading Card
With all the scrapbook paper available, the crafting possibilities are unlimited for creating unique ATCs.

Jack o’ Lantern Artist Trading Card
This Halloween ATC is quickly created with left over card and fabric craft supplies from other craft projects.

Red Hearts Artist Trading Card
This artist trading card was crafted with the thought of love or Valentine’s Day in mind.




Hope ATC
Use leftover pieces from your scrapbooking and card crafts to create this artist trading card.

Paper Craft for Halloween - Halloween Trick or Treat Artist Trading Card
A little stamping, a little punching and a bit of gluing is all you need to do to create this collectable.

Paper Craft for Halloween - Creepy Halloween Bats Artist Trading Card
Bats are are more interested in capturing moths and other flying insects. Nevertheless, there is something creepy about them and therefore they make great Halloween motifs.

Fall Leaves ATC
This artist trading card was created using scrapbooking papers, matching textured cardstock and other embellishments.

Valentine Hearts ATC
This artist trading card is very easy and quick to make. It makes a perfect addition to the theme of love or Valentine’s Day. The fringe yarn gives the whole card a modern touch.




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