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Artist Trading Cards: fall exchange complete, winter/spring exchange due March 15!

It’s that time again! Thanks to all who participated in the fall artist trading cards exchange! I had the most ever participants from across the US, Canada, and internationally. As the organizer, I usually try to get one of my cards into everyone’s envelope, so I make one card per participant–that means that I made over 50 cards! Here are some images of my cards that I made for the exchange, in process and finished:

Such variety of cards!Here are a few to pique your interest, but the full set of images can be found on the flickr album located here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsjzbqVsq

So now it’s time to announce the winter/spring card exchange!

Wanted: Artists to participate in an artist trading card exchange. Seeking artists to participate in an artist trading card exchange with other artists. Artist trading cards are small works of art that can be traded with other artists as a way to get creative, connect with other artists, and collect great art! Make 9 handmade cards and get 9 back by mail after deadline. Topic, subject matter, and materials for cards are open, as long as they implement something handmade and fit on the card and into a plastic sleeve. No entry fee to participate. Website has complete entry details and instructions. Exchanges happen 2-3 times a year. The next deadlines are March 15, 2017 and August 15, 2017.

I’ve also slightly updated the rules on the website, so for complete entry details, please see the instructions on my Artist Trading Cards page.

Plenty of time to get creative folks–hope to see the biggest turnout again in March.

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