Saturday, October 14, 2006

ATC 40 - Page 4

Slots 1, 2, 3 are all from the lady who taught the Altered Book classes that I have taken. Slot 1 is the actual card. Slot 2 is the envelope that held the ATC, with the template found here. Slot 3 holds two stickers for labeling the backs of ATCs that she sent along for me to use. She used one herself, too.

Slots 4, 5, 6 are from a former homeschooling family. Daughter, Mom, Daughter. The Mom wrote on the back, Thank you for always bridging the gap" and says that this is the Duluth Ariel Bridge.

Slots 7, 8, 9 are from our minister's wife and her two grandsons. Grandson (4yo), Grandmother, Grandson (6yo). The Grandmother was reluctant to take a card, not knowing what to do, telling me that she was not an artist. I suggested that her older grandson could help her. As he was standing nearby, he overheard and eagerly agreed to help her. He also took cards for his brother, mom, and dad.

1 comment:

wendee said...

The ATCs were a great idea for your b'day. Thanks for including me. I started making and trading ATCs several years ago. I taught an ATC class at the stamp store this past year. Don't know how many ATCs I have - probably 200 or so. I've taken a break from teaching at the store.