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Music ATC Swap

Hello there, These are some ATC's I made for a Music ATC swap over at Alilscrapofheaven. I've been wanting to make ATC's and it was a great excuse to participate, and also use some different techniques on a small scale. I enjoy working with different mediums, with my favorite being Acrylic paints. I realize this doesn't pertain to scrapbooking, but since I prefer painting, I decided to include these on this blog as well. It's impossible to reproduce the same exact pattern on each ATC due to the way I paint, but I tried to keep these as similar as possible for the challenge, and also used Prismacolor pencils and India ink. Let me know what you think!
The challenge only required 4 ATC's-easy peasy!

I tried to make it very colorful-since it was a request that they be "music & dimension". I decided to add dimension through color contrast.

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  1. oh my word. this is gorgeous!!! seriously omgosh. i love what you did. i cant wait!!! ill PM you on alilscrapofheaven my info. thanks for joining!!

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    stephanie collin
    stephanoid69@msn.com

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  2. Thank you for visiting and joining my blog! I loved your comments and you do amazing work! I'm following you too. You made my day too!

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