28
Aug
08

There are fairies at the bottom of my garden…

One of the things I love about Swap-bot is the sheer variety of swaps on offer. It can be ATCs, fabric, postcards, letters, mobiles, magnets and so many other types. The list is endless, let alone the themes! One I just finished is for two fairy ATCs. These are the resulting ATCs. I did an extra which is just butterflies, but matched! They are great fun to do.

            

        

Even more fun was a swap I did about a month ago which was themed Gnomes, owls and fairies. This was a matchbox decorated in this theme, and containing miniature ATCs. I loved this, once I had got used to how fiddly it could be. These are some of the results…

 As you can see, I got carried away and did more than the required six mini ATCs! This was the matchbox I decorated and sent them in.

 

 

 

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