How to Make a Digital ATC

This layout shows a digital ATC and how easy it is to make your own!

Text: Start with a basic template and a ‘made by’ stamp for the back. On the front, add a background paper, a frame stamp, and three images. Size the images to fit inside the sections of the frame. Color the frame to compliment your images and place the layer above the image layers. With the frame layer selected, run a glitter action on it and place the resulting glitter frame on a layer above the original frame. With the paper layer selected, clip it to the card shape and merge the layers. Run a printed cardboard action on the layer and place the resulting cardboard shape on a layer above the original. You can delete the original or not…it’s up to you. Add the text and apply a metallic or embossed style. Save the file as a transparent .png and you’re done!

It uses digital art from Club Scrap and actions from Atomic Cupcake.
Fonts: (on the ATC) Chinese Takeaway, (on the LO) SF Comic Script and Tekton Pro

“Gung Hay Fat Choy” is the greeting you say for Chinese New Year. Haggis is what you eat at a Robert Burns dinner. The two holidays frequently occur at the same time of year. We go to a dinner party extravaganza each year with 200 of our best friends (LOL!) to celebrate the two and it’s called “Gung HAGGIS Fat Choy!”
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