Monday, September 19, 2011

atc cards--as in, they open . . .



Some silly Halloween atc mini cards--these are atc
size (2 1/2 by 3 1/2, except for the parts sticking over
the edges!) using Basic Grey papers, Altered Pages images,
some rich textured German Scrap, inks, crayons, tulle, and
silly jokes! Not sure where the Mr. Batty die cut flew in
from, but there he is . . . the riddle is on the outside,
and the atcs open to reveal the goofy answers! I'm thinking
these would be great to swap, or as little treat bag tags,
or as just a little Halloween greeting.

Trick-Or-Challenge:
Rogue Redhead Designs--Think Outside The ATC (going out
of bounds, so to speak!)
Getting Cricky--Halloween
Send A Smile For Kids--Fall or Halloween, kid friendly
Hmm, mine are goofy enough, but the pics are little creepy . . .
Sew Many Cards--Halloween
Crafty Purple Frog--Fall into Fall

Are you ready for this?


The Outlawz Challenges

20 comments:

Shar said...

These are awesome! I love Halloween. I also love what elements you picked to extend beyond your ATC borders. Well done!

Great way to play the RRD Outside the ATC Challenge!

Suze Bain said...

These are great Trisha, love the idea of the jokes. xx

Lynne Moncrieff said...

Trisha
These are quite fabulous!!!!
Wishes
Lynne

Danni said...

Very nice! Thank you for playing along with Send A Smile 4 Kids!

Karen Hasheck said...

What a great little cards for a child for Halloween! Kids love riddles! Thanks for sharing them with us at Send a Smile 4 Kids and come back soon!

auntbeespickles said...

How fun to make ATC. I didn't even think of that. Well, they are really more like joke trading cards. Cute idea! Thanks so much for joining us over at the Send A Smile 4 Kids challenge. Good luck and I hope you will joining in the fun again!
Hugs, Sarah

Netty said...

Loving your Halloween joke ATC's, great fun. x

Rush'd Lady said...

scary! You and Rhonda sure love that Halloween, don't you? LOL!
Would you believe I made notebooks today? Come take an eyeful! :)

trisha too said...

Nah, Halloween isn't a fave with me--unless we're talking candy!

JeanFB said...

Oooh, these are fabulous! Oh-so-spooky and wonderfully silly. Such a great idea to make them open to reveal the answers... which, by the way, I'm dying to know. I'm thinking the last one is "trom-"bones". Can we see the insides, LOL!!??

K Andrew said...

Love your collage type cards--I use to do a lot of these many years ago when I was into mixed media and altered art--vintage photos are such a great touch!
Thank you for joining us for the Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky!--your project was Boo-tiful!!!

Big Cricky Hugs,
K Andrew
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scrapperbecka said...

Great cards, I love how you used the vintage photos.
Thank you for playing with us this week
Becka
Getting Cricky DTM
Creations With Becka

trisha too said...

Jean, you are right for the skellie riddle!

The insides are pretty plain, just the answer and a Happy Halloween, with a little crayon.
:-)

Janis said...

Great ATC cards! I love the photos and lace on these. Great job!
:) Janis
Getting Cricky DTM
http://PauseDreamEnjoy.blogspot.com/

Lisa said...

I love these! The vintage pics are such a great look! The embellishments you used are fabulous! Great cards! Thanks so much for linking up with our Getting Cricky Simply Sunday Challenge :)

Lisa
Getting Cricky DTM
http://indymermaid.blogspot.com

Shawn Mosch said...

Great cards! The lace is wonderful!

Shawn ~ Getting Cricky Design Team Member
Crafty Chics Blog
and
MyCutSearch.com ~ Find your Cricut images FAST!

Dilsaver Designs said...

So cute, love the riddles! Thanks for joining us this week @ SAS 4 Kids, hope to see you next challenge :)

Shelly Schmidt said...

Thanks for the chuckle- how fun are these? I love the images and all of the embellishments you used- adding the riddles is a very cute idea!

2amscrapper said...

I love the riddle idea!

Kathy said...

Great cards, love them all. Such cool idea's. Good luck!
Thank you for playing our Simply Sunday Challenge at Getting Cricky.
Hugs :),
Kathy - Getting Cricky DTM
http://the3esblog.blogspot.com