Since I have been making a few ATCs lately, and not wanting all the backs to be the same, I created another little set for myself. The PDF has 8 backs to print, 4 portrait and 4 landscape.
The image is the Hand holding Receipt from The Graphics Fairy. Love it. Some fairly intense editing to get it the way I wanted it. The font is called Connie.
As you can see, the printing and embossing on Washi Tape is not just for text! While I do love it for text, a also love the images. I might end up doing a whole set with the GF weird text snippets.
Now, I know I have asked about the rules for numbering ATC sets of thing before, and got answers by comment, but they seemed to be of the No Firm Answer sort. I have 4 ATCs, using fish. My inclination would be to make them a set. But they are not actually all that similar.
These are the two from yesterday, finished:
If you watched the video from yesterday you will now know about Barnes & Barnes. Half of B&B is Billy Mumy, of Lost In Space (the TV show), hence the Danger Will Robinson! comment. Arguably B&Bs most famous tune was Fish Heads. And I’m sure I read someplace, at some point, that it was the most requested song on the Dr. Demento radio show) but have no idea where that was. Be warned, that video has a LOT of images with no real sound until about the 2:20 point. As DH would say, it’s Challenge Level 9.
I wouldn’t call it a sing-along tune, but I have a great fondness for it. They don’t wear sweaters is a line from the song.
The other ones I am still working on, in my head. This one I know will be called …the one that got away (which I think works with the 1/2 fish)
With the ghostly Gelli print ladies, that sort of works for me. But you see what I mean. They are a set only using the most lenient definition.
I’ll probably dither about it for a while longer, and end up not really making a decision.
I also have to say I was really surprised that so many people commented on my frame thingie. I almost didn’t mention it cause I thought it was so obvious what it was for. Glad I did now.