Sunday, May 4, 2008

ATC workshop ... Lesson 13 ...My ATC Shrine


The next three lessons are Ultra Cards. You can choose from Journaled, Folded, Diptych & Triptych's, Pen & Ink, Digital or special for children, I choose folded for this lesson. I am so pleased with how mine came out. Well you all know me and fold-out, pop-out or dimensional paper :)) I had to make it my own …lol. I just was not satisfied with doors that opened to reveal the image so I created this little ATC shrine. I have drawn a pattern and written a tutorial, just in case you might want to make one :) There is a free online workshop available for this project. Just click on the link on the right sidebar

12 comments:

Danielle said...

Oh I just love this little shrine - how unique and very creative. Can't wait to see the tutorial.

juliekintaiwan said...

Trying again, most of my comments on your blog never make it through cyber space. Very strange!

Anyway, your shrine looks fabulous and I hope you'll be able to share a tutorial. Thanks in advance (because who knows if I'll be able to post again! lol)

Gayle Page-Robak said...

This is so beautiful, Inka...look forward to your tutorial when you get it posted. TFS.

Lyn S said...

Wow! This is just stunning!

Anonymous said...

Another great piece. I love it.

mavis

Mieke said...

SUPER!!!

Anonymous said...

I Love this shrine ATC idea you came up with! I went to your link for the tutorial & pattern. Thanks so much for sharing!
Vicki in OH

The Paris Salon said...

Inka this is wonderful - so unique. Thank you for your continued generosity.
Gaye

tami r. said...

WOW-Inka, your shrine ATC is SO cool!! Thank you so much for the tutorial-you are sweet!

Tami R.

Anna said...

Very cool and creative. Great tutorial - thanks for sharing! Anna

Carolyn said...

Ohhhhhhhhh...this is precious, Inka. You make it look so easy but for those of us with all thumbs, it may take a bit of folding and unfolding to come up with a card the size of an ATC that is also a tiny shrine. Love your design, too.

Carolyn

Moniqui said...

Thank you for sharing this! I love it!
Monique