Have you ever made an art card?
Art cards or ACEO ( Art Card Editions and Originals) are a 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" piece of art work. They are collectible and many artists trade them online. Just wondering if you have used this medium before.
No. Never did, but now I know what they are, thanks to your post.
Oh, I've seen them called Artist Trading Cards, but no have not made one. Looks like fun though. I enjoy making greeting cards and scrapbooking. I also make handmade leather and ring bound journals. Might try the ATC's.
Yes. I've got a couple of ACEOs on ebay at the mo, one has a bid.
Yes! It's incredibly fun and challenging and great trying to come up with small subjects. I never did get into the trading part, but I think I should take it back up...
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