Swap-bot Time: May 21, 2022 1:42 am

Matryoshka (Russian Nesting Doll) ATC Series #2

Launch gallery slideshow

Swap Coordinator:Hezzie (contact)
Swap categories: Art  Artist Trading Card (ATC) 
Number of people in swap:20
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Rating requirement:4.98 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:August 18, 2014
Date items must be sent by:September 1, 2014
Number of swap partners:1

Make sure the full swap name is written somewhere. Either on the ATC itself or in a note. This is an international swap. 1 partner each.

This will be a series.

1 Pink

2 Blue

3 Gold

4 Red

5 Purple

6 Teal

7 lavender

8 Green

9 Yellow

The color should be prominent for which ever swap # it is, but you can use other colors as well. Any medium.

ATC RULES: ATC must be 2.5"x3.5". Must have a sturdy backing and be in some sort of plastic sleeve or protective envelope. Any medium is acceptable. And remember to make an effort! No sticker slapping. Limit 1 sticker per ATC.

REQUIREMENTS: At least at 4.98 rating. I will open this up for newbies. I will angel if necessary but I know I won't have to because no one is going to flake :) No recent 1's or 3's.


LNS1995 08/ 3/2014 #

what does ATC mean, im assuming its some type of cardstock/paper card

Hezzie 08/13/2014 #

ATC = artist trading card

TerryF 08/18/2014 #

ATC – Artist trading cards (ATCs) are miniature pieces of art that are traded around the world. Artists create, trade and collect art at organized “swap” events or through the mail, in person or online. The only official rule for ATCs is the size: 2.5″ x 3.5″. As a general rule, swaps are open to any media, materials or techniques as long as the card fits into a standard trading card sleeve. ATCs are traded, not sold. You may find that individual swaps on Swap Bot have rules as to how the ATC should be created for that particular swap. Each one is different, so make sure you read the swap description carefully before signing up. There are some artists who choose to sell cards. Cards that are sold are called Art Card Editions and Originals (ACEO) and are often found directly on the artist’s site or on EBay.

Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Click here to log in.

I received the item
I sent the item

Received from:
For multiple members, separate names with spaces