Artist Trading Cards

Artists trading cards

from left to right, top to bottom are: Pam Smith, Alice Sharie-Revelski, Wendy Ayotte, Linda Greenwood and Lynn Hand.

WCANH Artist Trading Cards Taking a Break

Due to low participation, our ATC coordinator has decided to suspend the trade until there is more interest.

If you are interested in trading ATC’s in the future, contact Sue at

If she can get a commitment from enough traders she will start it back up again.

What are ATC’s?

If you are unfamiliar with Artist Trading Cards, they are little pieces of art are traded, much like kids used to trade baseball cards back in the day.  There is really only one necessary guideline, and that is that they measure 2 ½” x 3 ½”. ATCs can be made of any material you think of. Many people cut watercolor paper to size and base their work on that, but we have ATCs in our archives made entirely of fiber, glass and acetate, to name a few. Be creative! Polymer clay, metal, thin sheets of wood, quilting – what is your specialty? ATCs can be dimensional or flat, painted or collaged, have moving pieces, tags, folds, embellishments or anything you can dream up. They just must stay within the 2 ½” x 3 ½” format.