Today’s project is a special collaborative project created by several members of an online stamping group that I participate in. Each of us designed an Artist Trading Card (ATC), which measures 2-1/2″ x 3-1/2″, and duplicated it 10 times. The cards were mailed all around the country and the project you see here is the result.
This project is similar to another grid project I participated in a few months ago. If you missed that one, you can view it here. Here are some close-ups of each individual card. Because I wanted to create a 3 x 4 grid to fit inside a 12″ x 12″ shadowbox, I ended up creating a few extra ATCs of my own.
I love doing these collaborative projects! It is so interesting to see how such different styles come together to create one unified piece. I would encourage you to give it a try with some of your friends. Or, if you are interested in having me host a grid project, just leave me a comment to let me know. If there is enough interest, I will organize one for you.
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You grid turned out beautifully! So many fantastic cards. 🙂
Your finished project is beautiful. Love the close ups of the individual pieces, even though I have the same project, you can really see the detail and the different techniques. This was so much fun! I hope we do another for the Holidays!