More Transfers: ATC’s Themed “Sewed”

These are two more ATC’s using the gesso transfers I had been doing on fabric. Their theme was “Sewed”, and I sewed the fabric pieces on with tiny rocaille beads. Both are for a swap via ArtMix for Johanna. Embellishments are diecut photo corners and a vintage metallic lace. Stamps are my own and Paperbag Studios.

With the lace, thread and beads it also qualifies for the haberdashery department challenge at Daring Cardmakers.



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  1. aaaah, was seh ich da, was seh ich da? die sind ja toll geworden, sigrid! das ist auch genau die art von bildern, die ich liebe – und dieser verwitterte look, einfach super!! was freu ich mich:)))

  2. hello sigrid,

    what a couple of beautifull atc .

    i have a question for you would you like to trade a atc with us ?below some more intformation

    On the first and second of September, my friends and I, together with our Hobbyclub Retro, organise an exposition in the theme of ‘Travel around the world’.

    But to make it a real ‘Travel around the world’, we ask your help. In our exposition we want to create a huge wall of ATC-cards. This is why we ask you: Who wants to trade ATC-cards with us?

    The technique is completely free and if it’s possible, it would be nice if you would take your own country/region as your theme. It is not obliged to do this. We are happy with a little trade 🙂 The amount of ATC-cards can be chosen by yourself, and you will get the same amount in return.

    If you want to help us, you can contact us on the following e-mailadresses: or

    Hopefully we recieve some positive reactions and a wall of ATC-cards, wich we thank you for in advance.

    With pleasant greetings, ilse

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