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For today’s last Artist Trading Card post I have gone a little off-the-wall and headed down the mixed media experimental road.

It’s a road I veer down every now and again. Come with me if you like :)

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Dreams are a common thing among humans – but do electronic sheep dream?

I’m pretty sure that this is a quote from a book that was made into a film at some point, but I can’t guarantee it – in either case, it’s possibly got nothing to do with this Artist Trading Card Daily creation.

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I’ve been counting down to Christmas – there are only five Monday’s before Christmas!!!

Which inevitably means that I have much to do on the web before the end of the year – so here goes!

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I couldn’t resist the Color Burst/Creative stamping combo – so here is another!

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A more refined design for today’s ATC365 creation. This one started with a Charles Rennie Mackintosh style floral stamp that I had received free with the July 2014 issue of Craft Stamper magazine.

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Hello again! Today’s Artist Trading Card again features a stamp from Creative Stamping magazine combined with some Colorburst however this time I decided to work with hot pinks!

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Hello my lovely bloggy chums! I’m very excited as I managed to get some time in the craft room this weekend!

Would you like to see what I made…?

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A big hello to you all. The artist trading card daily challenge continues today with number 104.

This mini make features a wonderful stamp design from issue 25 of Creative Stamping magazine.

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It feels like an absolute age since I last sat down and documented a complete creation from start to finish, so that is exactly what I did! Sort of.

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Hello again and welcome to the last in my mini cardstock challenge, and the 99th Artist Trading Card!

Phew, didn’t think that I would make it this far but I’m glad that I have.

Anyway, for today’s creation I chose to use the Inktense water soluble pencils as the medium of choice to try out on the Paper Milk cardstock.

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