theHouseAcrosstheBay is Papercraft Star's permanent sponsor and Rilly has given the design team some great digital sheets to work with. She will also be providing the prizes for the challenges and is graciously giving PCS followers freebies monthly. If you haven't checked out theHouseAcrosstheBay (THATB), you really should!
For my project this week I used book pages from an old dictionary and the vintage ad frames V2 from THATB to create little ATCs (artist trading cards) for each family member/group. I think they would look great on a handmade family tree, in a heritage book or as a fun ornament! They were super fun and easy to make!
I printed the vintage ad frames out, cut them out and inked the edges in tea dye and walnut stain distress inks. I stitched some book pages to the edges of the frames using my sewing machine and cut them with small scallop scissors to add a cleaner look.
After that I printed my photos in sepia small enough to fit on the card and decorated the cards with vintage buttons and other fun embellishments.
A fun family tree display....
I hope you were inspired by my project today and will join us for challenge 57 at Papercraft Star!
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Have a wonderful week!