Wednesday, 21 January 2009

ATC Waterfall

I made this Waterfall ATC for my dear buddy Elaine who I regularly swop ATC's and cards with. The background is handmade with spritzing inks which is great fun to do even if it's a bit messy! It would be a great file to use when you get all those 'inchies' in the swop on the Cricut MB. I used the square on the Plantin Schoolbook cart but if you do not have that cart you could replace the shapes using the cart you do have. For the folds you need to crease as follows :- measuring from the T shape end at 1.25" - 1.75" - 2.25" If you have any problems assembling the waterfall please leave a message and I will go through it with you.
I have also included a cut file for a waterfall to fit an A6 card.
To get the file just click the title. I would love to see what you do with it.


Kate said...

Thank you for posting this and providing information about it. I am looking forward to giving this a go when I get my Inchies!

Linda said...

I forgot to ask when I sent a comment. What does ATC mean?


Enfys said...

Lovely card, I have never tried one of these waterfall cards, you have inspired me to have a go
Enfys x

craftaddict said...

Linda, ATC's were started
by an artist who wanted to promote his work, so he made his business cards into small copies of his art.

Susie Sugar said...

Oh this looks complicated, you are clever , I don't think I would have the patience for this
Love Susie xx